Mag 3D

Virtual visualization Module

MAG 3D virtual Visualization Module is an advanced tool for 3D & 2D animation and visualization of ground/air mobiles (aircraft, helicopter, ground vehicles, etc…), based on real data extracted from telemetry, direct acquisition or replay. 3D Virtual Visualization Module perfectly recreates test flight scenes or ground manoeuvres and fully meets any user’s requirements.

The parameters from sources (altitude, longitude, latitude, speed, position, … ) are directly connected to the MAG 3D module for animation of the mobile on the 3D landscape.

The visualization can be easily switched between : 3D mode, 2D map mode, resume mode, camera point of view, zoom…

The 3D engine is internally strictly synchronized with the other visualization modules historical time and video.

The MAG 3D engine is optimized with “state of the art” algorithms for fluid and high resolution look, even on standard PC (3D graphic card recommended).


Terrain 3D

3D terrain data base is generated from standard geographic data : terrain digital models (altimetry), imaging solutions (orthophoto, high resolution, satellite image) and vector data (planimetry). The module 3D is provide with a full earth database. It can be customized and upgraded.

3D Mobile objects

3D objects as aircrafts, UAV, missile, helicopters, ground vehicles or others can be imported to enhance the realism of the application.


The point of visualization can be defined in the scene or in the 3D Dynamic objects, such as the aircraft cockpit, or any other points in the scene.

Data sources

The position and attitude of the mobiles are coming from telemetry parameters (after decommutation) or GPS data (embedded telemetry messages or independent acquisition).


The Real-Time 3D Visualization can be run during the mission (real-time) or in replay mode.

Synchronization with other parameters

The Real-Time 3D Visualization is displayed standalone or synchronized with other MAGALI visualization such as time-history parameter and videos. The videos are coming from embedded telemetry messages or other acquisition sources. They are generally coded with MPEG or JPEG formats.