Leica JetStream Enterprise
Rapid management, viewing and unlimited points, all the time
Leica JetStream Enterprise brings speed, scale and simplicity to working with point clouds in CAD systems.
The JetStream Enterprise server is an easy to manage data repository that accepts point clouds directly from Cyclone and makes them available directly to CAD users via the CloudWorx plugin. JetStream’s centralised data storage and access streamlines a team-work approach by removing wasteful and error prone duplication, simplifying back up workflows and bringing efficiency to data management to save you time and money.
Scale for big data and small storage
Leica JetStream Enterprise has been designed with big data users in mind. JetStream Enterprise overcomes the biggest productivity challenge in using point clouds inside of CAD systems: the ever-increasing size of point cloud data. With file sizes 5x to 10x smaller than traditional storage, JetStream Enterprise lowers your storage costs.
The server is robust and configurable on the backend but near transparent on the front end so productive users don’t have to think about data management and transfers.
JetStream Enterprise enables ultra-high-speed rendering of all your points all the time to let you work with even your largest point cloud data sets seamlessly within your preferred CAD system to reduce the learning curve and headaches of working with point cloud data.
Simple workflows, collaboration and backup
JetStream Enterprise’s’ streamlined project management insulates users from the need for detailed point cloud expertise by allowing them to work directly within their preferred CAD systems through intuitive Leica CloudWorx plugins. Centralised data storage and access streamlines a team-work approach by removing wasteful and error prone duplication, simplifying back up workflows and brining efficiency to data management to save you time and money.
Speed and seamless rendering
Leica Geosystems’ exclusive JetStream Technology enables ultra-high-speed rendering of your point cloud data to instantly open and display an unlimited number of points all the time as you navigate your data set. By eliminating frustrating rendering lag times between zooms, pans and clips, JetStream helps to remove confusion and improves the users’ comprehension and productivity.
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