During recent winter months, StellaSpark has upgraded Nexus Webviewer with high-performance 3D rendering capabilities. Not only does it look amazing, but it also allows for a whole range of new data visualizations. The 3D renderer uses GPU-acceleration (WebGL) which reduces loading time and renders data even more smoothly than before.

The 3D rendering capability is automatically released to all current users. Along with this new feature, the new release also brings several smaller visual updates and general improvements to the Webviewer, new transformations for the data harvesting engine and three new dataconnections specifically for the Netherlands: 3D buildings (3D BAG – TU Delft), detailed neighbourhood-level trends over the past 8 years (CBS), and Dutch water utility boundaries (RIVM).

Nexus is a cloud-based open digital twin platform used by governments, consultants and utilities to support decision making. StellaSpark works together with consultancy & engineering firms, domain experts from universities and research institutes to turn data about the natural and built environment into useful information for decision makers, by making existing calculation models available as cloud-based services. Curious to see Nexus in action, or interested to explore a potential partnership with StellaSpark to supercharge your calculations in the cloud? Contact us or request a demo at info@stellaspark.com.

3D rendering in Nexus