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Our world is full of 3D objects. The objects that Webscape creates capture the rules that are embedded in them. These rules go much beyond the 3D shape of the objects, they include all other data that is part of the functionality of them.

Webscape GDL Studio

Creating Intelligent GDL Objects for the Building Industry

Webscape, a leader in working with the virtual building, now offers custom GDL and API creation services.

What we have been doing in-house for the past six years is now available as a service.

Webscape's background is in architecture and construction. We combine this with some of the best minds in GDL and programming. To create GDL objects that are intelligent both in function and overall concept, it is important to have a grasp of the requirements. Webscape offers the critical balance between programming, design and expertise in the built environment. The final product is a GDL object that is truly useful.

Information is the driving force in the building industry. Properly constructed GDL objects have the ability to organize this information. Webscape goes much beyond the 3D geometry of the object. The geometry becomes secondary in the overall scheme, and the information that is associated with the GDL object, both 3D and 2D is the key to tapping the power of GDL.

In addition to standard GDL development, we also can offer higher end API development and external database links to GDL objects. Webscape can work on individual objects or an entire catalog of GDL objects. The key is that we understand how to organize and create intelligent objects based on the requirements.

The analysis process is an important step of the construction of GDL objects especially on larger catalogs of objects. We are currently working on large catalogs of manufactured objects with exacting specifications. Brute force is not enough in building highly intelligent systems. Webscape offers this edge.

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