Virtalis Partners With The University Of Liverpool

Virtalis has partnered with the Virtual Engineering Centre, (VEC) the University of Liverpool’s digital innovation centre in London to create a 4k ActiveWall and adjacent ActiveDesk facility within the University’s Finsbury Square campus. “Our links to the University of Liverpool, both within its Engineering Department and through the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) at Daresbury, stretch … Continued

Luleå University Of Technology Invests In Virtalis VR Technology

With 90% of the iron ore in Europe contained within Northern Sweden, it’s not surprising the Luleå University of Technology is a hub of mining and geological expertise. With links to institutions around the globe, including Canada, Australia and the UK, the Luleå team had had plenty of opportunities to assess, not only the different … Continued

GeoVisionary Used to Visualise Flood Risk

Cardiff University has been successfully using GeoVisionary within the MAREN2 project to accurately visualise large LIDAR data sets of water levels, coastal land forms and bathymetry, so stakeholders can assess the impact of proposed renewable energy schemes. One of the focus areas of this Programme is the feasibility and impact of the development of Marine … Continued

Cranfield University Uses VR in Bid to Become Centre for Doctoral Training

Cranfield University researchers received NERC funding through the ‘Big Data Capital Call’ for GeoVisionary software plus a Virtalis ActiveMove portable Virtual Reality (VR) system. With various research projects underway, Cranfield heard earlier this year that it was successful in its bid to lead a consortium of four British universities as a Centre for Doctoral Training … Continued

GeoVisionary Brings Irish Environmental and Geological Data Together

Virtalis’ GeoVisionary software is being used by the Tellus Project – an airborne geophysical survey and ground-based soil survey currently in operation in the Irish North Midlands. “Essentially, GeoVisionary brings geology and GIS together in a 3D environment”, Shane Carey, GIS and Data Manager for the Tellus Project, Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), explained. Surveying … Continued

3D Feb 2012

For some years now, mainstream industries, such as automotive or aerospace, have invested many millions in visualising their CAD in 3D.

Geoforensics- Planet Earth 2011

Most people have heard of forensic science, made popular by TV dramas like CSI and Cold Case. But the contribution of organisations like the British GeologicalSurvey (BGS) – better known for responding to natural disasters – remains behind
the scenes.

Geomatics World May 2011

An advanced immersive virtual reality system has been opened by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and his wife, Leah at the University of Western Cape.