Leverage Jakarto data in several ways
Shape, appearance and position
The value of the data captured by Jakarto is justified by the use of different sensors capable of obtaining the following three data sources
LiDARs capture 3D point clouds
360-degree cameras capture a series of colour images
Géopositionnement par GPS et données de correction de l’IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit)
Types of data produced
Jakarto data can be broken down into four main types, depending on whether they are intended to represent the territory or to extract inventory elements, in 2D and/or 3D
3D Mapping Data
The 3D cartographic data contains the maximum detail and precision offered by the sensors used in acquisition. This 3D data feeds the content of software that supports the 3D mode, such as GIS (Geographic Information Systems), CAD (Computer Aided Design) and BIM (Building Information Modeling) software.
2D Cartographic DataThe 2D map data provides the same high resolution as the original 3D source to support a plan view in CAD. This 2D map data can also be simplified and generalized to allow for smaller scale mapping in a GIS.
3D Inventory DataJakarto's 3D mapping data has the unique characteristic of being "absolute inventory capable", which is essential for the generation of inventory data.By using the power of AI, Jakarto can train and design processing chains specific to each type of inventory. The 3D data is thus analyzed to automatically identify and extract elements of the landscape and of the urban and road infrastructure. The 3D elements of an inventory theme can be isolated and stored in a database for full exploitation in specialized software and dedicated systems.
2D Inventory DataJakarto can generate an inventory that isolates elements and represents them in 2D. The result is a series of treatments on the data with absolute inventory capacity in order to identify the elements in a 3D universe, but where the extraction simply geolocates them and represents them in 2D, by a geometry in the form of a point, line or zone.