Create 3D Spatial Cesium Models with FME
Cesium is a 3D platform used for visualizing various features around the globe. The platform uses techniques learned from graphics research, the movie industry and the gaming industry to create high-level visuals of your 3D spatial data. With FME as your data sidekick, you will be able to develop models with highly detailed objects, like buildings and trees, in your Cesium 3D Tiles.
Design Unique Displays
Take your CAD models, point clouds, vectors or raster data and use them to develop highly detailed Cesium models. FME supports 400+ formats which you can read in, use transformers to manipulate, and then write out as Cesium b3dm 3D Tiles. Transformers like the Extruder and AppearanceSetter make it easy for you to design your model precisely for your needs - no coding required!
Automate Your Workflows
Not only can you create custom workflows to transform your data, but you can also automate the running of your workflows based on a schedule or trigger. FME Server will help to save you time doing repeatable tasks so that you can spend more time working with your data. Don’t worry, be happy knowing everything is going to be alright!
Endless Data Viewing Solutions
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) Aviation Portal is a Cesium based resource for users to visualize and browse datasets. With FME, KDOT can convert a variety of different data formats into Cesium compatible files for viewing. Additionally, FME Server helps with handling KDOT user requests and updating data each night to ensure users always have access to the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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About Cesium 3D Tiles
Cesium 3D Tiles define a spatial data structure and a set of tile formats designed for streaming and rendering 3D geospatial content such as Photogrammetry, 3D Buildings, BIM/CAD, Instanced Features, and Point Clouds.
The table below outlines how Cesium 3D Tiles is supported by our different FME products, and on which platform(s) the reader and/or writer runs.
|FME Form||FME Flow||FME Flow Hosted||Windows 64-bit||Linux||Mac|
|Writer||Professional Edition & Up|