We bring spatial insight to your data.
If you are currently having trouble with your 3DBI visual, please read the following post.
DATA in its CONTEXT
3DBI is a custom visual we built for Microsoft® Power BI® that will allow us to visualize your data about your assets directly in its spatial context. Use cases range from Property Management, BIM (quantities, scheduling, …) to plotting IoT data (color and filter objects by temperature, humidity, co2-levels, occupancy, wear, …) as well as Logistics (stock management, order picking, …) and Energy (plotting yield of solar panels or windmill farms) or any other sector where you might have a need for visualizing data in a 3d environment.
We create 3D models for your data
Chances are that you already have lots of data about your assets, stored in Microsoft® Excel® workbooks or various databases and that you currently are consulting that data by using tables and charts. But, do you know exactly what is located where, when you are looking at those tables? By combining a 3D model with your data we bring spatial insight to your data, and that is what 3DBI is all about, no matter what that data is.
Demo of a custom 3d PowerBI visual, generated from a Trimble SketchUp model and showing a warehouse with product locations. Filtering is based on product suppliers and stock, but it could have been any data you have about your warehouse.
Material take-off breakdown by Level
Demo of an interactive BIM dashboard showing concrete (prefab vs in situ) take-off by level in an interactive 3D Power BI dashboard.
Port Containers Overview
With 3DBI we try to link any kind of data with any type of 3D model, so that spatial insight can be brought to those raw data fields. In this case we crafted an interactive dashboard out of both a 3D model and data of a port. In a single view you can filter and colorize containers by Carrier, Weight, Origin, Destination, … or just about any other data field you might have about your containers, and see the results in 3D.
Demo of a custom 3d PowerBI visual, generated from an Autodesk Revit model and showing a school with rooms located on 3 different stories. Filtering and colorization are based on the room’s level, area and perimeter.
Learn how to create these yourself
We provide tools to get just about any type of 3D model in Power BI so that you can link them with the data you already have.