The move towards the ‘internet of things’ is irreversible, overwhelming, and for those that harness its power and promise, an infinite well of opportunities to compete and succeed. Not too long ago, this meant collecting as much data from as many sources as you could. Organizations struggled with getting enough data. The goal was to capture every data point available. What’s important now is the ability to sift through that data quickly and efficiently. The difference between success and failure is knowing how to ORGANIZE that data, and share it with your clients.
With 3rd party data feeds, you can bring the real world into your interactive building map, making it even more indispensible. If the data exists, it can be incorporated into your map. We can layer event calendars to highlight what is happening and what is important for visitors to know.
This is the value of data feeds and integrations; if well-organized data displayed and organized to add value to your venue. The map is the framework onto which you can add all your different feeds to appeal to your audience. Hosting a convention for the upscale restaurant industry during the city’s Restaurant Week? You can layer that event data feed, that maps out all the participating restaurants. Need a way to help students get around on a college campus? We can incorporate a data feed that tracks buses and other campus transportation, and tells you when your bus will arrive.
3D maps with layered data feeds, interactive tour software, and wayfinding functionality all work together to make your venue a sophisticated, modern space. Clients see more than a building or structure, they see a system of user-friendly and customizable features that they can shape to fit their needs.
Your map is a living document that can be as rich with information or as simple as you need it to be. It’s under your control, but we’re here to help whenever you need us. Dedicated account managers are here to answer any questions and can walk you through exactly how to make an interactive map that suits your needs.
Data feeds blur the line between virtual and reality making user experience more seamless and complete.