Surface to atmosphere. Any region. Fully scalable.
Earthcloned™, is a full scale digital twin of the planet earth complete with weather systems, accurate topography, one million cities, and more than 350 million buildings.
Earthcloned™ was Internal Research and Development (IRAD) designed and developed by Terasynth to provide an interactive map and geographic data application. This software product was intended to support military Virtual Training Programs (VTPs) and other commercial applications leveraging hardware, systems, software, analog input devices, and real-time simulations similar to those required in the Augmented Reality/Extended Reality Global Combat Simulation (AR/XR GCS) being deployed by Terasynth with the United States Department of Defense.
The software product was designed using Agile software development methodology and leverages Model Driven Architecture (MDA). Earthcloned technology makes use of Big Data Cloud applications to stream data from numerous sources, including satellite imagery, GPS, laser scanning, 3D cityscapes, global and local weather forecasts, and other user-defined data sets. The technology also uses distributed databases for data storage and access, allowing users to access data quickly and efficiently, streamlining and optimizing mission rehearsal training, and in-theater virtual synthetic training with a topographically accurate digital twin of the entire earth.
Home not so far away from home.
Every building, road, and pond in this interactive map is represented in Earthcloned™ as a digital twin.
The technology uses augmented reality, combining real-world images with the digital twins of Earthcloned’s objects. This allows the user to see a high-resolution, three-dimensional representation of their physical environment, including buildings, trees, and roads.
All 196 millions square miles of Earth are represented. Go ahead and find your house, or the street where you grew up, or just a favorite place of yours.
Full volumetric weather systems.
Real-time simulations are created by utilizing the Earthcloned data to simulate various weather conditions and scenarios.
The technology stack also supports meteorological data sets to provide global, regional, and local weather forecasts for the application’s users.
For example, End Users can view the projected path of a hurricane, or observe the real-time wind patterns of a storm overhead based on current Meteorological Aerodrome Report (METARs) and AIRMETs.
The volumetric weather simulations in Earthcloned™ are designed to affect decision making in virtual synthetic training scenarios.