Oasis 3D is an intuitive, interactive, 3D Site Design tool, that aims to replicate, with utmost accuracy, the real world. Our application allows site engineers from major telecoms providers instant access to any site they have stored with us, from the comfort of their own desks. From there, they're free to tweak an existing site configuration, add or remove Components such as antennas, masts, brackets, cabinets and more, or tear the whole thing down and start fresh.

Our traversable Digital Twin models, combined with our lifelike Components, offer an experience unparalleled in its immersion and accuracy. As of the creation of this page, we've over 700 registered sites scattered all over the world, and have helped telecoms organisations create a host of real sites, that have provided over 5% of the United Kingdom alone with access to the internet.

What is a 'Digital Twin'?

I'm glad you asked - a 'Digital Twin' is a virtual representation of a real-world location. Think of it as grabbing your house and dropping it into your computer. With a Digital Twin, you're able to roam around that house and see all of its little details, like your dining room table and chairs, your bedroom, even your loo!

Digital Twins aren't limited only to locations, though - the concept was originally dreamt up by NASA in 2010, in an attempt to improve their physical model simulations of spacecraft. Our application offers a comprehensive Digital Twin experience, with both life-accurate locations, and Components.

Let me show you.

Adjacent (below on mobile devices), you'll see an image of one of our life-like sites - the Barbican Conservatory, in London.

For this site, like all of our others, a full survey was carried out. This includes conducting a comprehensive laser scan of the immediate area, which allows us to accurately model what we call the 'core' of the site - in this case, it's the conservatory itself. You'll see it as the coloured building.

This 'core' is surrounded by contextual data - other models and scenery that provide the site with, well, context - what good is the Barbican as a site without the buildings that surround it? The surrounding terrain and buildings were provided by a company called AccuCities, who've modelled with incredible accuracy a number of high-profile cities across the UK.

The image adjacent (above on mobile devices) showcases a configuration on the Barbican's roof of what we call 'Components' - life-accurate models of real-world equipment. Here, you can see a number of antennas, supported by a corner mount, attached to concrete feet.

This is just one configuration present on the site, and you're only seeing a miniscule fraction of the Components in our Library - we've well over 1000 Components modelled and functional, each one an accurate 'Digital Twin' of a unique piece of real-life equipment.

Anyway, that's enough talk - why don't I show you some of our Components, up close? Below, you'll find some media, each one giving you a glimpse at what our Components, and the application as a whole, can do.


We don't only do urban areas - Oasis 3D allows the user to visit rural areas, too. Below, you'll see a few images of some of the rural areas we've visualised.

Adjacent (below on mobile devices), you'll find a cinematic video demonstrating how the Oasis 3D application allows users to visualise, in real time, how an antenna's ICNIRP radiation output can affect people close to the site.

Take a look!

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