An affordable licensing structure 2018-03-13T10:16:08+00:00

An affordable licensing structure

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£5,000 per city

The first annual licence for VU.CITY is just £5,000 per city and can be used across your organisation. Further licences allow for multiple people to work with VU.CITY at the same time. The 2nd to 5th licence cost £4,000 each, the 6th to 10th are £3,000 each. All further licences are £2,000 each.

Regular updates

Everyone taking a licence will have access to the entire city and like all great software VU.CITY will continue to develop. Licence holders will benefit from regular updates as further areas of the city are completed and new data layers are added.

Standalone PC application

VU.CITY works across all PC based digital platforms from touchscreen, to video wall, or desktop. Crucially, it is a standalone viewer that runs independently of any other software to allow for a smooth interaction with the entire model, even with a large number of the data overlays enabled. There is no need to already own licences for other software such as BIM, REVIT or CAD in order to run VU.CITY.

Fully supported

VU.CITY provides support to our clients to ensure they maximise its benefit and understand its full functionality. Our support function includes detailed user guides and an online Knowledge Base.

“The NLA has been calling for a 3D digital model of London ever since we revealed the scale of tall buildings planned for the city. VU.CITY’s virtual London would do the things we asked for to assist the Mayor, local planners, professionals and communities to better understand the impact of new development and to generate a more positive and collaborative attitude to growth.”

Peter Murray, Chairman – New London Architecture

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