Map Tiles are the base view of your map when it loads on the front end. Custom-built renderings can be placed on top of the tiles for a lush, visual experience. Base map tiles can come from OpenStreetMap or Google (price varies). Map tiles can be viewed in base map view, or satellite view.
Users/Roles can be created to manage map content. The base package includes unlimited users and roles.
Categories live on the sidebar of information. There is no limit to the number of categories that can be created, within reason for performance. Categories are customizable and can be marked as private or public to allow for your desired information to be displayed at the appropriate times. There are many more settings on the category to help define the best view and experience for your individual use cases.
Locations live in the sidebar of information under categories. Like categories, there is no limit to the number of locations that can be created, within reason for performance. Locations are customizable and have the ability to be marked as public or private. Content and media is added per location. Locations have the ability to be shared via URL and on social media platforms.
Publishing System allows the map managers to prepare content prior to it being visible on the live map.
Directions are generated from a start to an end point on top of the base map tiles. Turn by turn steps as well as a visual path can be seen. The directions engine is based on base map platform.
Map Tours give map visitors a full virtual experience representing the reality of your physical location. There is no limit on how many map tours can be created, within reason for performance. Tours can include photosphere images at different locations. In addition, audio files can be uploaded and played at each stop. You can upload any media to be displayed throughout the tour, or simply transfer the location information over to the virtual tour stop.
Share / Get this View functionality allows specific locations or map views to be shared externally with a URL.
Scheduler content within a category, location or tour can be displayed based on automated set times and dates managed by map administrators via the CMS.
API Access can be acquired to share your content and base map tiles in other third party or homegrown applications. The API options are Content API, Tiles as a Service, and Wayfinding as a Service.
Forms is a lead generation product that displays at your desired time throughout a Virtual Tour to request the map visitor's contact information.
Print Map Generator allows for unlimited, customizable print maps to be created highlighting any one particular view of the map.
Wayfinding allows for a custom route, both interior and exterior, to aid individuals on most efficient and safest way to get from point A to B.
Pop-Ups can be added to the base map view, individual locations, and categories to provide end-users with a snippet of information at a designated time.
Custom Map Tiles can be added to your map to allow you to define the look and feel of the base map. For example, items like label sizes and placement or the color of roads and parks can be customized.
Add on Full Service Map CMS Setup to take a hands off approach to adding initial content to your map. This package includes a working session on your vision for the interactive map, category and location creation, as well as setting up the map for all style and options best practices. Want to stay hands off long term? Take a look at the Managed Updates package below as well.
Managed Updates allows you to change your map visuals or data without tedious SOWs, quotes and funding approval. It is billed as an annual recurring fee that covers changes every month, with the added benefit of expediting some of the updates. There are three tiers to help you find the option that best fits your needs.
Restricted Maps allow individual maps to become password protected and only accessible with a username and password. Today, this requires ALL map content to be behind the login.
Full-page Location Details allows for room specifications/features and 3D models to be highlighted within the map. The information displays in a full page view of information that includes a chart of room specifications.
360º Tours Base Package
Tour Builder CMS allows for the creation and display of 360º Virtual Tours. All content can be created and updated directly within the Tour Builder platform in real-time.
Tour Stops are how content is organized to help guide users through your space virtually. Each stop is complete with the main media, a point on the map, and stop title. 360º Photospheres are suggested, but static images are also supported.
Descriptions can be added to individual tour stops for added context to the stop.
Supporting Media including images, YouTube, and Vimeo videos and audio files can be added to individual tour stops.
Custom Styles including a logo and primary color can be altered to allow for the tour to match branding standards.
Media Library is used to store and manage all media associated with your tours.
Customizable Map Tiles & Renderings can be associated with tours. You can select from a default base map tile and/or add your custom map tile renderings on top.
Buttons can be added to tours to link out to additional content or link tours and maps together.
Publish / Share feature allows edits to be made prior to impacting your public tour. Once published, tours can be shared via URL or social media as well as embedded within other webpages.
360º Tours Advanced Package
360º Video allows for immersive 360º video content to be used as a tour stop’s main media.
Hotspots are Interactive elements within the main tour stop that can be selected to engage in other content or activity. Currently supported hotspot types include images, videos, external links, links to additional stops, audio files, and general text.
The Form Embed feature allows existing forms created in your general CRM, or even from a simple Google Form, to be embedded and triggered within an individual tour stop.
Multi Language Supportallows 360 tours in Chinese, French, and Spanish. Users can create, edit, and revert any changes made to the 360° Tours as usual with a new side-by-side editor to translate content in. Once enabled, visitors will be able to easily select which language they prefer when visiting the tour.
Restricted Tours allow individual tours to become password protected and only accessible with a username and password.
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