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A New Way to Define Wayfinding

Wayfinding is more than directions. It is the position, the path, destination, and means all coming together. Interactive maps allow for digital wayfinding to open the use and expansive possibilities of wayfinding. It expands wayfinding to connected devices or helping people navigate life events like commencement or a stay at the hospital or wedding.  Concept3D provides the tools and services you need to develop 3D navigation, support digital signage, display touch screen on-site direction kiosks, create custom-oriented printed maps and the communicate the best possible on-site mobile directions.

History of Wayfinding
Hospital wayfinding

Wayfinding as Part of Visitor Experience

Large facilities like hospitals, convention centers, retirement communities, resorts, theme parks, and other large buildings or campuses know all too well the confusion and frustration their many visitors experience. Seamlessly integrating outdoor and indoor navigation includes details like room numbers, stairs, restrooms, emergency exits, accessibility routes. Concept3D’s wayfinding features empower visitors to find an intuitive path for themselves through 3D indoor mapping and navigation.

Sample Map

Digital Wayfinding Software

Concept3D’s wayfinding system is defined by its flexibility.

Routes, best possible path, are customized for each implementation through Concept3D’s content management system. If for a resort the best possible route is the fastest route this can be set or if the best possible route changes best on timing altering is possible through the CMS. While managed through the CMS displaying or how end-users access the directions, path, route can be either through our 3D digital map or delivered via the Concept3D’s Wayfinding API.

Wayfinding through our interactive map is best for organizations that need an out-of-the-box turnkey wayfinding solution. If your navigation needs tend towards visitor experience including accessibility maps, custom public turn by turn directions for indoor navigation, or is mobile-centric then the platform is most likely the direction your company will want to go. If you need a complete customizable wayfinding and navigation solution then our Wayfinding API is the way to go.

The Wayfinding API is best for advanced customization. Some examples:

A warehouse that needs indoor navigation not just on the x and y-axes but z-axis to include the racks and shelves that integrates with indoor positioning for route optimization

Turn by turn driving directions based on parking lot occupancy, guiding a visitor from their door to an open parking spot

Navigation layered over an indoor map within a native mobile app

Is your organization short on development resources but still in search of robust wayfinding and navigation then the Concept3D platform with our one-to-one assistance and consulting will deliver a great experience for your guests leveraging the same proven platform.

Concept3D’s digital wayfinding features that eliminate “navigation frustration” include:

  • Drag-and-drop pins that let visitors customize routes and their experience through a simple user interface
  • Wheelchair Accessible Route separate from the standard best possible route, the best possible route for a wheelchair
  • Print-friendly customized indoor maps for printing in advance of a visit
  • Point-to-point directions sent in a text message or email, within mobile apps, through digital signage
  • Seamless integration from driving directions, linking from Google Maps to indoor navigation
Indoor navigation mobile
Case Study

Shell Point Retirement Community

Shell Point Retirement Community is the largest retirement community in the State of Florida and among the largest lifecare communities in the world. They tasked Concept3D to help them create a virtual map of their huge property.
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