The Tygron Engine performs analysis on voluminous, complex and dynamic data that allows you to retrieve, combine, interact with, explore, and visualize data from the various sources.
When you create a new Project we have a worldwide coverage of Public Data Sources to get you started. These include elevation maps, buildings, roads and terrains. For specific regions like the Netherlands these also include information about traffic, crops, statistical data, etc.
You can also extend this process by adding Geo Plugins connecting to your own (private) data sources. Or import many different formats using the GEO Data Wizard from ArcGIS Online, a Catalog Service (CSW) or just local files.
Vector data (lines, polygons, etc) can be used to load in data about e.g. buildings or forests. We supports multiple file and web service formats:
- AutoCAD® DXF
- Web Feature Services (WFS)
- Esri Feature Services
Raster data (XY-grid) can be used to load in an elevation map but is also used for e.g. waterlevels or heat temperature values per gridcell. Several raster formats are supported:
3D model (XYZ-coordinates and textures) can be used to improve the visulization and simulation of buildings. Several 3D model formats are supported:
The GeoShare is a shared central repository for files and (geographical) data, hosted on the Tygron Engine.
A Public Share allows users to share contect with the entire Tygron Community.
The data mode represents all the elements that can be edited and simulated in the Tygron Engine. They can be manipulated in various ways, e.g. GIS, Tygron Client or API:
Current Situation: • Buildings • Terrains • Neighborhoods • Zoning • Plots • Areas • Networks • Overlays • Indicators • Panels • Globals
Future Design: • Actions • Measures • Parametric • Attribute Action • Levees • Upgrade Types • Events
Multi-Scenario • Scenarios • Stakeholders