Easily ingest data in-parallel, while optimizing processing for high speed and low cost. Manage data and securely share it within, and outside of, your organization.
Run pipelines at scale, without complex infrastructure hassles. Use PDAL and parallelize operations like LiDAR point classification (e.g., SMRF) and more.
Explore LiDAR data interactively. Power web dashboards that can easily extend 3D visualizations with tools like Babylon.js. Run deeper analysis with a 3D tile server.
No more files. Use TileDB to combine thousands of LAS files into one 3D array, even if it’s larger than memory. Manage data in a cloud-native format, and easily time-travel on every point stored.
Avoid expensive ingestion tasks for joining datasets. Quickly ingest in bulk with parallel, lock-free TileDB write support. Then use serverless functions to parallelize compute over a specific area of interest (AOI).
Automatically catalog assets and easily share them. Make data and code instantly discoverable through TileDB Cloud search, and quickly collaborate with secure permissions management and sharing options on all of your assets.
Slice arrays using native coordinates across multiple dimensions. TileDB operates directly on cloud object storage, scaling gracefully to many TBs of data with a small memory footprint.
Take advantage of built-in support for point cloud time-series analysis. Index data using precise real numbers and datetime objects.
Scale way beyond the capabilities of PostGIS. TileDB integrates with existing tools at every stage of your research — from PDAL and QGIS to R & Python Jupyter notebooks and leading 3D visualization tools.
Easily define access policies on your data and code, so you can scale collaboration within your organization or across the world. Data governance controls also provide the option to monetize derived products at no extra cost.
Centrally manage ML models with plugins for PyTorch, TensorFlow and other ML frameworks. Quickly scale operations, like object detection, using serverless task graphs, no clusters required.
Take 3D visualizations from your notebooks and expose them directly to the web as interactive dashboards using Babylon.js and other libraries. TileDB Cloud comes with a built-in 3D point cloud tile server that conforms with OGC interoperability specifications.
Have a technical question? Check out our comprehensive documentation and dig into API reference materials for Python, R, and many other languages.
Watch the replay! Norman Barker, VP of Geospatial, showed several ways to work with large arrays: from parallel ingest to slicing and colorizing 15 million points at scale.
Ready to get started? Jump right in with the TileDB LiDAR Quickstart tutorial on TileDB Cloud using Jupyter notebooks directly through its console.