CyberCity 3D, Inc.
An Entire World of Smart Cities Built From Your Browser
We deliver affordable, customizable, and mobile 3D models of cities with per-inch accuracy streamed on a globe — and all from your browser.
Our proprietary 3D modeling software provides flexible, high-resolution technology to designers, constructors, economic development organizations, cities, and world-class software companies alike.
What’s more, CyberCity 3D integrates seamlessly into new and legacy software stacks including the leading subscription applications from Autodesk, Trimble and Bentley, the leaders in infrastructure design/build software.
Our dynamic, data-packed thematic 3D scenes empower customers with an interactive virtual view of how their city portfolio strategies will physically transform the landscape before construction gets underway. These illuminating before and after scenarios are just one of a wide range of CyberCity 3D global applications.
We’ve already created over 80 cities and 1.5 million buildings, with many top-tier clients relying on the benefits of CyberCity 3D:
Discover how CyberCity 3D harnesses revolutionary 3D modeling technology to transform the way businesses bring smart city technology to the world to drive economic growth for our future.
3D mapping is an incredibly effective tool to “show and tell” the story of proposed city developments due to its visual and interactive nature. The maps have a unique way of capturing and communicating how proposed changes affect current cityscapes spatially, economically, and environmentally.
CyberCity 3D is at the forefront of this brave new world of smart city 3D geolocation platforms. Companies including Google, Apple, Amazon, Uber, and Facebook have proprietary mapping and related infrastructure; they are either already utilizing it or will be moving to it in coming years. CyberCity 3D is a first mover in this game-changing way of seeing the world.
The Smart Cities Market will be worth $1,134.84 Billion by 2019.
At the same time, major desktop-based 3D mapping providers are shifting to more consumer-facing models, and others like Google Earth are retiring their APIs to focus on maps and Android. As a result, many businesses which once relied on those solutions will effectively be left out in the cold, without a platform to host their 3D building data.
That’s where CyberCity 3D comes in. Our visually stunning, cloud-based 3D mapping technology offers businesses the most affordable, accurate, and highest-quality solution available.
With CyberCity 3D’s streaming map services, everything operates within the cloud, meaning no expensive software licensing or training is needed. Here’s a look at how CyberCity 3D provides the highest resolution and lightweight 3D building information files on the market.
Optimized performance on the web and industry-leading visual quality.
Highest 3D ROI from an internet business model (SaaS)
Our customers gain huge value at the lowest cost, and with little risk. From urban planning and smart city management to flood risk mitigation, our clients find multiple ways to maximize our 3D data to boost their projects. Leveraging open source software and your existing data, we can jump-start a typical city in 3D for under $5,000. That’s a significant first-to-market advantage in this multi-billion dollar industry.
Broad Reaching 3D Streaming Maps Technology
The internet is a vast frontier — the broader the net, the broader the reach. All mapping is contained in your internet browser, which means it’s easy to collaborate, distribute, and share with more people than ever before. The cloud allows for maximum big data integration and sharing.
Interoperable for Developers and Data Users
CyberCity 3D data works with all relevant 3D platforms, and there’s no need to purchase additional software to use our 3D building information files. We also deliver our buildings in most 3D file formats including Collada, Geodatabase, Shapefile, .dxf, .kml, .skp, .fbx & .obj. Seamlessly integrate CyberCity 3D models with your software and data for unlimited planning and design.
Ready For Immediate Use
Turnkey assembly of 3D content from established tools means map set-up is easy, with low stress, and little maintenance involved.
Our 3D smart maps AND streaming services work on tablets, cell phones, desktops and laptops. You’ve got extensive access to the tools you need to communicate effectively– in vivid, accurate 3D.
Miami Downtown Development Authority (MDDA)
Urban cities are going vertical. The Miami downtown skyline is at the center of this global trend.The MDDA harnessed our mapping technology to promote economic growth and development across the city, providing detailed information for each pipeline project. Over one million of its citizens and stakeholders accessed the MDDA website the first week it went up, nearly crashing the system!
City of Cambridge, MA GIS and Community Development
The City of Cambridge, home to both Harvard and MIT, is the clear front-runner in the use of state and local government communities using CyberCity 3D streaming 3D maps. With every conceivable urban design and planning software product being peer reviewed and scrutinized, the city and its prestigious university chose CyberCity 3D for its mapping and 3D planning future.
Downtown Sacramento Partnership (DSP)
CC3D generated a Streaming 3D Map of Sacramento’s downtown district. The DSP wanted a 3D map to take on its tours around town with potential investors as well as include it on its website to attract public interest and provide information on new development.
State of Hawaii
The State of Hawaii ordered over 30 square kilometers of Honolulu to be modeled for public use. Several local organizations now leverage this high resolution 3D data in their solutions, including a Hawaiian construction company and an online marketing tourism firm. Uses include textured 3D building models, visualization of hotel units, and neighborhood-based analysis.
CyberCity 3D is taking geographic information systems (GIS) to the next level. Our patent pending photogrammetric software generates 3D building information automatically as individual files, enabling clients to literally measure a wide variety of information that includes roof data, height data, volume, and more. And best of all, our models are up to six-inches accurate– delivering both top quality engineering and visualization. It’s perfectly suited for 3D visualization information systems.
Here’s an inside look at our how our proprietary software works:
Step 1: Stereo Imagery
The workflow begins with two overlapping aerial images called stereo pairs. This imagery is the starting point for our proprietary 3D modeling process.
Step 2: Data Extraction
Once we’ve acquired the stereo pairs, we extract the building features and create point clouds which provide the source data for our automatically generated CC-Modeler software process.
Step 3: Automated Modeling
With the building point clouds, we create the CyberCity 3D models. Our patent pending process is the core of our technology.
Step 4: Editing and Output
After the models are generated, they are reviewed and edited for quality control and then cut by terrain. Our native software can be converted into most commercial formats.
CyberCity 3D empowers customers by offering multiple ways to put the spotlight on their plans and proposals with our smart 3D buildings. We provide applications across a wide variety of different sectors, including:
Smart City Maps & Dashboards
Smart city deployments are fueling global economies and improving the way we live and interact. Maps and dashboards are critical to organizing and distributing this information. From deployment of smart city LED lights to monitoring energy benchmarks from every single building in a city, CyberCity 3D maps and dashboards will become essential tools for this enormous market.
AEC Project Management
Show the suitability of projects in relation to the existing cityscape with our state-of-the-art 3D building models. Visualizations are artfully presented in the surrounding environment. Construction management and tracking benefit greatly from 3D maps and dashboards. Additionally, texturing or facade imaging is available upon request– and can be optimized for use in Autodesk design software along with other leading software applications.
Economic Development (Urban Cores)
Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) and Economic Development Agencies (EDAs) showcase and share construction and revitalization projects utilizing our streaming 3D maps powered by CyberCity 3D. Visualizing and communicating changes in urban skylines and neighborhoods are critical to successful cities now and in the future. CC3D solutions solve this glaring need forall cities.
Rapid Energy Modeling (with Autodesk)
Rapid Energy Modeling (REM) reinvents the way we assess sustainability with 3D modeling. REM tools in Autodesk InfraWorks make energy assessments of existing buildings quick and easy for instant analysis of a variety of factors to find where buildings can save energy– all without stepping inside the structure.
Urban Planning & Analysis (Architects & Urban Planners)
CyberCity 3D buildings and 3D streaming solutions help urban planners, designers and builders determine the fiscal and spatial impacts for projects ranging from urban redevelopment to airport design. Our smart 3D buildings help determine the best outcomes for every project, from urban tree analysis to WiFi hotspot mapping.
Solar Energy & Smart Grid Deployments
Because CyberCity 3D measures and maps rooftops, precise solar energy deployments can be realized — enabling solar planners, installers, and property owners to realize solar potential of specific properties in the context of the outlying neighborhood. Smart grid energy management can also benefit from our unique rooftop measurements.
Storm Water Runoff & Flood Modeling
Compile hydrodynamics and rainwater data with our automated roof attributes. Determine the amount of runoff that can be gathered for re-use from measuring impervious surfaces. Capture different flood scenarios in realistic 3D to prepare your community, mitigate damage, and assist insurance companies in high risk areas.
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial real estate is now migrating towards real 3D, with companies turning to CyberCity 3D for solutions. There is pent-up demand for 3D due to the demise of Google Earth. At this time, only regional companies too small to scale are serving this business area.
Universities intensely plan and re-invent campus areas to compete for new students while serving the current campus population as well as alumni. 3D information maps invite the public to view all campus assets and allow for enhanced uses such as navigation and campus security. Enhance the effect with 3D and create greater cognitive awareness.
Motivate stakeholders with 3D content that clearly presents your vision, an ideal use for rail service, roadwork, highway modeling, and airport development.
View existing areas and virtually “see” planned changes with dynamic before/after scenarios. If a picture’s worth a thousand words, a top class 3D GIS model is priceless. Typically, our 3D buildings are licensed as OEM for this application.
Line-of-Sight & Right-to-Light
Assess current visibility and determine how new projects or proposed developments will affect views or access from one point to another in a stunning 3D map. It’s also a perfect solution for choosing security camera placements. In London and some other cities, right-to-light approvals and standards can benefit greatly from CyberCity 3D streaming 3D maps, especially as new shading and siteline vector functionality is developed in the large open app community.
Crush the competition with eye-catching 3D buildings in your advertisements, movies, games, and simulations. “Dress up” our models with textures and colors to suit your needs.
CyberCity 3D is fully developed, and has been operating since 2008. We’ve established some major traction and have worked with a number of world-class clients that have experienced the value of our proprietary technology first hand. Here’s a snapshot of just a few of our accomplishments:
Launched, Live, and Ready to Scale
We just launched our 3D streaming and web-based services in February of this year, and have already onboarded 31 accounts.
CC3D has provided 3D modeling services to over 100 clients since 2008. We started with Google Earth as an “architectural layer” data licensor. In 2014, we began working with Autodesk, and inked a partnership with Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) in 2015. We also have implemented solutions for other large technology companies such as Cisco, IBM and Esri. Since 2012, we have provided significant 3D and related technology services to Washington DC Planning, Harvard University Development and Planning, the Miami Downtown Development Authority, City of Cambridge, M.I.T, The State of Hawaii, and many others.
We have received more than $8M in direct private equity funding over the past 7 years and have acquired technology and legacy investments of $4 million since 2004.
CyberCity 3D, Inc. has embarked on some exciting alliances to expand the Company’s offerings and enhance our worth to clients and shareholders. We’ve partnered with Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) to provide our streaming 3D building services on AGI’s open source Cesium globe. We also enjoy an active partnership with Autodesk, supplying “Context as a Service” to this leading infrastructure design software company with a $13 billion market cap. CyberCity 3D is in the process of extending our current license agreement with the company. With our assistance, Autodesk will be providing solutions to their burgeoning user base (currently 28,000), paying CyberCity 3D each time their users download our buildings. We are also business partners with Esri and Google.
We have two production houses based outside the US., one in Zurich, Switzerland and another in Malaysia.
Patent Pending Technology
Our patent pending 3D modeling process, CC-Modeler, holds the intellectual property key for a method and system defined as “Computer-Generated and Automated 3D Photogrammetry Modeling”; it is specifically used, but not limited to, the creation of our smart 3D buildings and production of our lightweight 3D file formats found in our high performance web streaming. These files can be used in most software environments. The 3D GIS files are generated as individual buildings for integrated Building Information Modeling (BIM) and so much more, allowing us to convert data to most commercial software formats.
What’s Next for CyberCity 3D?
In order to scale our customer acquisitions, we plan to activate sales reps as well as local/regional geospatial and BIM professional organizations to make web-based presentations, enabling us to contact and represent over 200 customers by the end of 2017. This is a quantifiable; we know the cities, and we have transacted with many of them in the past.
Autodesk is planning a compelling marketing promotion for CyberCity 3D. Starting early this year, Autodesk began a significant restructuring focused on changing its business model from legacy “boxed” software to cloud-based, web-based subscriptions. CyberCity 3D is a key element of the “context” part of Autodesk’s new software platform, specifically Model Builder, the company’s cloud-based 3D delivery and transaction management site. We plan to expand the development of our cloud-based service infrastructure to support companies like Autodesk and IBM as they consume more and more 3D information.
Find out how you can help CyberCity 3D meet these goals by requesting access to the business plan side of our profile!
Kevin is the Founder, Executive Director, and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CyberCity 3D, Inc. A visionary, Mr. DeVito runs the Company’s domestic and international operations, always focused on the strategic positioning of 3D products. He oversees the CC3D team’s modeling and visualization efforts, and is co-author of the Company’s 3D modeling software suite. He manages close partnerships with geospatial leaders Autodesk and Esri, and is now teaming with AGI’s Cesium on groundbreaking 3D streaming technology. He’s often on the road to promote the Company’s state-of-the-art software as he maintains the needs of and strengthens relationships of new and current clients and partners. Mr. DeVito has more than 25 years experience in developing technologies—bringing several companies to successful exits through strategies including sales, mergers, and IPOs. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of California Los Angeles.
Scott is CyberCity 3D’s President and on the Board of Directors. As such, he lends his proficiencies in business and accounting to assist in the Company’s operations. Mr. Sullivan, an Australian Chartered Accountant, has worked in London as an investment banker and subsequently sold a successful consultancy firm. He now invests in disruptive innovative companies, at the same time providing financial and management advice to them. An accomplished entrepreneur, he’s behind the advancement of numerous companies, utilizing his knowledge of running and structuring them. Mr. Sullivan also acts as a Director for City Athletic Limited and the Dorking Lawn Tennis and Squash Club Limited.
Peter is CyberCity 3D’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), in charge of the Company’s modeling and visualization software development efforts. He consistently strives to improve the Company’s patented software suite, which he co-authored. Mr. Ding designs effective, time-saving solutions for cross platform data. A resourceful thinker, he works directly with business partners including Autodesk, Esri, and AGI’s Cesium– spearheading the development of both new and existing products. He tracks the trends of the 3D modeling market, working closely with the development team to stay ahead of the curve. Mr. Ding also supervises CyberCity 3D’s IT department. His 16-plus year career includes extensive experience in multi-tier application design and development, service-oriented architecture, and internet-based technologies and methodologies. Mr. Ding received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree from the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Andy is CyberCity 3D’s Production Manager, supervising the creation and implementation of the Company’s 3D workflow and technology. He is in charge of project planning, and pursues strong relationships with clients by providing technical feedback, production status reports, and 3D map production. Mr. Yang maintains the Company’s prime, reference, and catalogued aerial flights as well as continuous map collections. He verifies that aerial imagery meets CyberCity 3D’s strict requirements, and confirms its accuracy for production purposes. Mr. Yang performs GIS data creation and conversion in addition to database editing and management. A 13-year GIS veteran, Mr. Yang obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from the University of California Santa Barbara.
Scott is CyberCity 3D’s Manager of Quality Assurance and Order Fulfillment. Mr. Fujikawa oversees the quality assurance of new 3D model production, and manages in-house production of 3D modeling. He’s also responsible for editing and managing the Company’s 3D model database and providing technical assistance to client inquiries. Mr. Fujikawa is an expert in creating cross-platform data conversions from our raw 3D models into standard Esri and CAD file formats. He also possesses advanced knowledge of cartographic software including ArcInfo and ArcGIS 10.2. With nine years of experience in GIS and Esri software, he is well equipped to train new employees. Mr. Fujikawa is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.
Austin is our Technical Marketing Associate; he bridges the gap between technology and clients. Mr. Logie coordinates the sales cycle from client inquiry to delivery of product. He produces data, assembles layers, and coordinates production of Cesium streaming maps. He also manages the CC3D off-the-shelf city model library. Mr. Logie led the revamp of the Company website, and now updates all content maintenance in addition to co-managing social media, the CC3D blog, and marketing collateral. He assists in quality control and 3D data input. Mr. Logie is a graduate of the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and a minor in Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) & Technologies.
Bryan is Founder and Managing General Partner at Geneva, Switzerland-based Alta Berkley, which handles capital funds investing in early stage communications, information technology, and media and health care in Western Europe. Mr. Wood is experienced in all areas of business including fundraising, investor relations, law, taxes, and administration. He contributes added expertise in management, having served on the Board of Directors of 50 European, American, and Israeli companies. He has a Masters in Business Administration degree with an emphasis on Finance from Harvard University. He won his BSc in Industrial Engineering degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
The 7th Earl of Bradford and an accomplished website creator and experienced restauranteur, Lord Bradford has launched a series of websites including Virtual London and online restaurant guides in addition to those highlighting the UK’s historic properties. He owned Porters English Restaurant for decades and opened Covent Garden Restaurant next door to it, finally selling both leases back to the landlord in 2015. Lord Bradford has since opened Porters Restaurant in Berkhamsted. In addition, he has authored five books.