VAM2 Visual Asset Management

The virtual tours were created with the VAM visual asset management database application and then published to the webserver. We can provide a test access to the database application. If you want to create your own VAM projects please contact us.

We recommend to first watch the   VAM introduction video to see all the capabilities.

Kaihuasi Temple, China


A very unique temple mostly original for more then 1000 years. The tour includes 3D models, pointclouds CAD plans and most important of all, the the original old buddhist paintings in super high resolution.

Captured with Civetta 360° and I-detic combined in VAM2. Courtesy of SEL Data Co China. 

Gas and oil (onshore warehouse)


A documentation with focus on 3D models of specific equipment.

mockup crime scene


 With the Civetta and VAM technology creating visual representations like this can be done in 2 hours from arrival at the scene to sharing the created presentation. In addition, the 360° Civetta images were used to create a detailed 3D pointcloud of the of the scene.

Construction site documentation


Cologne, maybe best know for the dome is undergoing severe reconstruction. Documentation is important not only since the crash of the cologne library. A reliable, quick and easy attempt (less then 2 hours on site) to keep track and even get a detailed 3D reconstruction.


Gas and Oil Documentation offshore


The complete documenting of an oil rig with e.g. 800 positions can be done in 3 days by one person.

Cultural heritage


explore the beautiful castle of Saarbruecken with historical Museum.

Documentation of traffic accidents


Included is a making of video, a 3D reconstruction and a document showing the workflow with timing.  Creating the tour including 3D modeling takes only 1 hour of work. 

oldtimer documentation

Documentation of an oldtimer car


Mercedes SE 280 with with multirow viewer of the exterior to pan and zoom.


cultural heritage documentation


A massive tour through different old chinese villages. In China these old areas are torn down and might have disappeared soon.