This February, the Simplex 3D team embarked on an thrilling tour across New York City, marking a significant milestone in our journey to revolutionize the real estate and architectural landscape. From the 12th to the 15th, we engaged with industry professionals, showcased our cutting-edge technology, and fostered meaningful partnerships that promise to reshape the built world.

Workshops and Exclusive Launch Evening

Our journey began with targeted workshops for First American’s sales representatives, an initiative that deepened our collaboration and set the stage for what was to come. These sessions, held at First American’s offices, were instrumental in aligning our teams and showcasing the practical applications of Simplex 3D’s technology in real estate transactions.

Following the workshops, an exclusive evening hosted by our partners, First American, in their offices. This special event brought together VIPs from the real estate sector, setting a high note for the days that followed.

Avi Aflalo, simplex 3D founder at First American launch evening
(Avi Aflalo, Simplex 3D CEO and Founder at the First American launch evening)

The enthusiasm and positive feedback we received from our partners and guests were beyond encouraging. Executives from First American and SHoP Architects, along with other industry leaders, shared their excitement about the potential of Simplex 3D to transform the real estate and architectural landscape. Their insights not only validated our efforts but also highlighted the eagerness of professionals to embrace innovation.

New York Build Expo

Following the launch, we participated in the huge New York Build Expo at the Javits Center, where our booth attracted a wide array of professionals. The expo provided a fantastic platform to demonstrate our technology’s capabilities, engaging attendees with the possibilities of high-resolution 3D city modeling.

New York build expo - Simplex 3D booth

A highlight of our expo participation was the panel discussion, “Stakeholder Spotlight: Unique Perspectives of How Technology and Innovation Will Disrupt the Built World in 2024.
This discussion brought together diverse viewpoints on how technology is positively impacting the real estate ecosystem, offering valuable insights into the future of the industry.

Visit to SHoP Architects

The climax of our New York tour was a visit to SHoP Architects offices. We were hosted by Todd Sigaty and John Cerone, who provided an inspiring tour of their office, including the impressive 360-degree screen room. Displaying our New York model on their panoramic screen offered an immersive view of Manhattan, showcasing the unparalleled resolution of our 3D technology. This visit highlighted the synergy between Simplex 3D and SHoP Architects and the exciting potential of our collaboration.

SHop architect offices - the 360 degrees screen

Looking Forward

As we reflect on our successful launch and the series of events in New York, we are filled with gratitude and anticipation for the future. We extend our heartfelt thanks to First American, SHoP Architects, and all the professionals who engaged with us during this journey.

We invite New York’s real estate and architecture professionals to explore the possibilities with Simplex 3D.
Book a demo with Simplex 3D today and discover how our platform can elevate your projects to new heights.



Jordan Kastrinsky hosts Simplex 3D co-founder and CEO, Avi Aflalo, in his popular podcast “High Tech On The Low” to chat about entrepreneurship journey, 3D and AI.

In the podcast, Avi, describe how 3D modeling has changed the way that many stakeholders operate. From engineers to city planners to even everyday citizens on their way to work, 3D technology provides a much more comprehensive, updated view of an area than ever before. Avi Aflalo, CEO and co-founder of Simplex 3D has seen his company’s solution deployed over multiple industries, in multiple countries, with great success in redefining how 3D technology can drive greater efficiency and accuracy in real estate and urban planning. Now, with AI and other developments, Avi is looking to see how to integrate them into his platform to drive the new generation of 3D planning tools.


Google Earth, a platform visited by 30 million users monthly since its 2001 launch, now offers enhanced 3D modeling of over 2,500 cities globally. Its recent API launch allows for streaming these 3D city models to external systems, potentially eliminating the need for costly aerial photography and intricate 3D modeling processes for developers. This could revolutionize the gaming industry, enabling more realistic game maps, and could fast-track new AR/VR apps for tourism, property tech, and autonomous vehicles. However, there are challenges: the platform restricts detailed ground-level views, raising quality concerns, and Google’s current terms prohibit commercial deployment of the API, with substantial data limits. Moreover, concerns linger about future costs for developers and the frequency of model updates. Google’s potential impact on the 3D industry is immense, but its future plans, especially commercial aspects, remain uncertain.

The New Google Earth 3D release for developers and gamers: is this a real revolution or just a teaser?

Who hasn’t checked out Google Earth before booking a vacation abroad to see what the hotel or resort really looks like, plan your itinerary, or take a sneak peek at destinations you probably won’t visit anytime soon? Since its launch in 2001, the Google Earth service has become super popular, with an estimated 30 million visitors per month.

Google’s 3D modeling offers an impressive coverage of around 2,500 cities across the globe, where we can visit New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Moscow, Sydney, and more. But is it really a service whose entire purpose is free for would-be travelers and the curious at heart, or is there a far greater potential here?


Meeting the surge in demand for fiber optic networks – on time and on budget

To keep pace with the fast-growing adoption of fiber optic networks in Israel, and the vast number of consumers deploying fiber optics, Partner had to act fast, and quickly deploy networks in new areas throughout the country. This led to the company’s launch of its state-of-the-art Partner Fiber, and the critical need to expand its fiber optic infrastructure nationwide. “With Partner Fiber, fiber optic networks aimed at the mass market, we were able to go the ‘extra mile’ for our customers, and deliver consistent high-quality communications, at the best available speed,” said Pavel Kleiman,

Infrastructure Manager at Partner. “But, evaluating the feasibility of expanding our fiber optic networks, especially designing networks at remote sites across the country, is easier said than done.”


Partner Communications Powers Fiber Optic Network Planning with Simplex3D

Founded in 1997, and publicly-traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE: PTNR), Partner Communications Company (Partner), is a leading communications operator in Israel, providing a broad range of cellular communications. With 25% of the market share, and -3 million subscribers, services include internet, cellular, fixed-line, international telephony, OTT, and IPTV. As the first operator in Israel to deploy fiber optics, Partner currently holds 33% of this market.



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Partner Communications Powers Fiber Optic Network Planning With Simplex 3D

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The Maccabiah Games: Taking Event Management to New Heights with Simplex 3D

The Maccabiah Games streamlines, optimizes, and secures nationwide sporting event with
Simplex technologies, powered by an advanced web-based 3D management solution


The Maccabiah Games is the world’s third-largest sporting event after the Olympics, and the FIFA World Cup. Inaugurated in 1932, this international multi-sports event is held in Israel every four years, with the mission of facilitating a worldwide gathering of young Jewish athletes, staging the highest levels of sporting competitions. Held under the auspices of the Maccabi World Union, the organization spans more than 450 clubs in over 70 countries on 5 continents, with 500,000 members.



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