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Creating Smarter Spaces

Embrace the future of indoor navigation through GoodMaps’ innovative mapping technology. With its sustainable, infrastructure-free implementation, your venue can provide unparalleled access and a fully immersive journey.

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GoodMaps Is the Future With Intel

We’ve partnered with Intel to make a good thing even better. Enhancements to GoodMaps’ technology powered by Intel are designed to help us map venues faster than ever and make our products even more affordable, robust, and scalable.

GoodMaps + Intel case study

GoodMaps Is Proven With TPE

The benefits of GoodMaps are already being realized by travelers at GoodMaps-enabled TransPennine Express stations in the UK, providing users with safer, autonomous, and more confident journeys – regardless of their requirements.

GoodMaps + TPE case study

How It Works

By developing a comprehensive building information model (BIM), GoodMaps can offer secure and integrated mapping solutions that not only enhance the practicality and functionality of your venue but also increase its overall usability.

LiDAR Indoor Mapping

GoodMaps efficiently captures highly detailed maps of an indoor space utilizing LiDAR processing and image recognition. This scan provides a detailed 3D point cloud of the area, including key objects such as stairs, rooms, furniture, etc.

Next, GoodMaps extracts slices from every floor scan to produce an accurate (and to scale) 2D floor plan of the space. This 2D floor plan is accessible to the venue owners through the GoodMaps Studio mapping platform, allowing them to keep the information up-to-date as well as set permission levels for different organizational roles.

Camera-Based Positioning

Camera-based positioning is a revolutionary positioning system that relies on geo-referenced images and artificial intelligence (AI).

When a building is scanned, it produces both a LiDAR point cloud and a geo-referenced image library. Each image is then processed for identifiable characteristics (e.g., doors, ceiling structures, etc.). Then, when a user uses GoodMaps Explore, it periodically captures images and references those against the original image library of the building.

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Preference-Based User Experiences

GoodMaps has created a solution that enables users to choose their own preferences.

These options include step-free routing for people with mobility impairments, textual cues and compatibility with braille displays for people who are deaf or deaf-blind, as well as audio prompts for people with visual impairments.

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