concept3D, Inc., today announced that Rushton McGarr has joined the company as president and chief operating officer. With 17 years of experience in technology products and venture-backed software companies, McGarr’s background will allow the company to accelerate its growth trajectory with a major focus on scaling the business, product development and market expansion. McGarr will also join the company’s board of directors and serve as the acting chief financial officer.
McGarr assumes overall operating responsibilities for the Atlas and Campusbird map management lines of business within concept3D driving efficient and consistent delivery of high-quality software products and professional services to support rapid growth of the overall business.
Boulder, Colo. June 27, 2012 -- concept3D, a leading Google Maps developer, today announced that it will participate in the Google Maps Developer’s Sandbox at Google I/O on June 27 and 28 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. concept3D, which developed CampusBird interactive maps and its easy-to-use map management system, is the only Colorado company to present Google Maps at I/O.
BOULDER - Concept3D Inc. will receive a $1.3 million federal grant from the U.S.
Denver, Colorado - Oliver Davis, CEO and Co-founder of concept3D, Inc., met Energy Secretary Steven Chu at today's SunShot Conference. concept3D has been awarded approximately $1.3 million in funding as part of a cost-share program to develop and bring to market, simuwatt, a mobile application designed to reduce permitting costs for solar projects.
simuwatt is a mobile application that eases the soft-costs for solar projects by reducing time of on-site surveys, site costing, sales and marketing, system design, permitting, installation, and financing due dilligence.
Similar to other colleges we've shown you in the past, such as Northeastern University, Duke University has just unveiled their new 3D campus map and it's quite impressive.
With the help of concept3D, the map has become an excellent source of information for the school. Powered by the concept3D "CampusBird Atlas" CMS, Duke staff can edit the map and publish new information on their own. In addition, all data is mirrored between the Google Earth Plugin API and the Google Maps API on the site; it appears seamless to the end user, but it's a tricky piece of work on the back end.