Stockholm is growing in 3D
Stockholm is growing in 3D

Just over a year ago Blom, commissioned by the City of Stockholm, was asked to produce a photo-realistic 3D city model of Stockholm. The model covers approximately 500 km2 and is now used by the municipality for a range of different purposes. Elisabeth Argus at the City of Stockholm tells us how the model is used today.


Use of Blom 3D models for visualisation of new residential project in Oslo

Blom has delivered an innovative 3D model to the large residential project, Grefsen Station, in Oslo through its partner Sightline. Grefsen Station is one of the largest new building project north of Oslo, where several hundred new apartments will be built.


Use of Blom 3D models for visualisation of new residential project in Oslo
Road condition assessment using BlomSTREET
Road condition assessment using BlomSTREET

BlomSTREET imagery provides numerous cost-efficient solutions when performing road asset inventories. Blom has over the years carried out various inventory projects, ranging from street lighting and road sign inventories, to road condition assessment studies.


BlomOBLIQUE provide cost-efficiency

Blom has captured oblique imagery since 2006. A vast number of municipalities are using BlomOBLIQUE to make their daily operations more cost-effective and to provide better customer service.


BlomOBLIQUE provide cost-efficiency
Position 2015
Position 2015
17-19 March 2015
Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm Sweden