If a picture is worth a thousand words, a visualization may be the key to receiving government or public approval on a proposed project. Investors are more likely to supply your requested funding if they can see what your site will look like after the bulldozers have done their work. Show your site as it is now, as it was in the past or as it will be in the future.
VNS’s engineers have taken the hard work out of creating compelling visualizations but left the fun part for you to do. You don’t need an advanced degree to understand how to use VNS. Its users come from all walks of life. They include foresters, engineers, landscape architects, GIS professionals, historians, graphic artists and many, many others.