• SLOPE Project

    Integrated proceSsing and controL systems fOr sustainable forest Production in mountain arEas
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Mid-term review meeting

The SLOPE project mid-term review meeting will be held on 2 July 2015 in Brussels (Belgium).

During the meeting will be presented the overall project progress and the progress of each work package and task.  

The release of the first version of 3D Modeling for harvesting planning

The first version of the 3D Modeling for harvesting planning has been internally released and will soon be followed by a new version integrated with the new SLOPE services developed for the SLOPE forest information system.

It includes:

     - Advanced data management of multi-dimensional GIS and satellite data;

     - Visualization and management of raster information from web mapping and tiling services and vector cartographic data;

     - Loading and visualization of terrain data from DSM and DTM at multiple resolution;

     - Planning and collaborative tools like distances and areas measurements, terrain profiling, moving objects tracking and advanced tools for what-if analysis;

     - Massive 3D object rendering;

     - OGC Compliance: Support for the open geospatial consortium standards: WMS, WFS, WFS-T, OpenLS, SOS, CityGML;

     - Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN) generation and rendering support from multiresolution elevation.  

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SLOPE @ Web3D 2015

GraphiTech is delighted to announce that the paper entitled “WebGL virtual globe for efficient forest production planning in mountainous area”, written by Federico Prandi, Giulio Panizzoni, Daniele Magliocchetti, Federico Devigili and Raffaele De Amicis has been accepted for the 20th International Conference on 3D Web Technology (Web3D 2015) that will be held from 18-21 June 2015 in Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

The paper presents the first results of the SLOPE project (Integrated proceSsing and controL systems fOr sustainable forest Production in mountain arEas). Its scope is to develop a web-based 3D real-time and realistic simulation system that supports geo-based spatial information of forest landscapes. For this purpose, authors developed GeoBrowser3D, a customized version of CesiumJS vitrual globe, that supports various computational and visual techniques. 

SLOPE @ SGEM 2015

GraphiTech is proud to announce that the paper entitled “GIS tools for forest production optimization in mountainous areas: the SLOPE project”, written by Daniele Magliocchetti, Giulio Panizzoni, Federico Prandi and Raffaele De Amicis has been accepted for the 15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference & Expo SGEM 2015 that will be held from 16-25 June 2015 in Albena (Bulgaria).

The paper presents an integrated forest information system (FIS), developed in the context of the SLOPE project, for the optimization of forest production.