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3D Visual Intelligence: About

From the start

From The Start

From the start

3D Visual Intelligence UK was founded in 1998 as The GeoInformation Group by Dr Seppe Cassettari and Dr Alun Jones. The Geoinformation Group was acquired by Verisk in November 2016, was rebranded to Geomni in May 2019, and is now Verisk 3D Visual Intelligence UK.

The company initially supplied aerial photography under the CitiesRevealed brand but diversified to supply a range of geographic land and property data products and services, often created from imagery sources.

Today we provide spatial database and API services that include the following: 




All 3D Visual Intelligence UK career opportunities will be advertised on the Verisk careers website.

Where are 3D Visual Intelligence based?

3D Visual Intelligence UK is based in the old railway station at Linton, near Cambridge. You can find us using the map opposite and get directions to visit us.

If you have a requirement that you feel that 3D Visual Intelligence UK can help with, please get in touch either by visiting our enquiry form or calling us on 01223 891 700.

Supporting the Community

3dvi Supporting The Community

Supporting the Community

3D Visual Intelligence UK proudly supports the geospatial community through our membership in The Association for Geographic InformationThe British Cartographic Society and through our partnership with the Ordnance Survey.

3D Visual Intelligence UK is also one of the lead sponsors for Missing Maps. Cambridge, part of an open, collaborative project in which people volunteer to help map areas where humanitarian organisations are trying to meet the needs of vulnerable people.

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Students and academics

Access our data for academic or research purposes

3D Visual Intelligence data is now freely available, to those who require it for academic purposes, via EDINA's Digimap portal - the University of Edinburgh's map and data delivery service.

Digimap is free at the point of use for staff and students at subscribing higher and further education institutions and research councils.