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Friday, March 24, 2017

Site Extractor from Flux Labs Gets a New Look

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Site Extractor

Geospatial context for your building design in minutes

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EXPLORE

How It Works

Select your site

Use the map to select a site area and toggle the data layers you would like to extract.


Save your data

Save your data to the cloud by selecting one of your Flux projects.


Jumpstart your design

Open your extraction in your favorite Flux-compatible design tool and start designing!


View your data in Flux

Use the Flux web viewer to preview your data and share it with colleagues.


SITE EXTRACTOR EXPLAINED

App Description

Use your favorite design tools

Site Extractor is a web application that allows you to send detailed topography, surrounding buildings, roads, parks and waterways to your favorite design tools, including: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Revit, and Rhino 3D.



Accelerate your building design

Flux interoperability takes care of time-consuming format conversions, automatically converting site context into meshes and polylines that are easy to work with in design tools.

Site context based on your needs

Whether you are creating context renderings in SketchUp, fill models in Rhino, or Design Development models in Revit, you can rely on the Site Extractor to provide site context based on your needs.


Flux Apps & Plugins

With Flux Apps, you can work seamlessly across any of the Flux supported plugins and design applications

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TRUSTED & CURATED

Data Sources

Site Extractor uses a mixture of reliable open source, commercial and government datasets, including data from NASA, US Geological Survey, OpenStreetMap, and DigitalGlobe.

Street, terrain, topography and places

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Start extracting

Search, select, extract, done. In minutes get site context of detailed topography, surrounding buildings, roads, parks and waterways.

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Feedback

Are there any data sources you would like to see in Site Extractor? Let us know on Flux Community Site





There's more information available on the Flux website.

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