High-performance and versatile: The platform-, device- and solution-independent solution allows any application with HTML5 support, eg. as mobile apps, websites, digital signage platforms or room booking systems, to quickly and easily expand with an appealing building map with extensive navigation capabilities.
You, your colleagues and your visitors do not need a specific knowledge to understand the location and directions: our maps are not only beautiful, but also cartographically useful.
Your business can be anywhere, anything: We offer a scalable solution that works regardless of industry, location or building type.
Your company is and will remain independent: you can continue to leverage or flexibly change existing vendors (e.g. apps, room booking systems, positioning infrastructure).
Your company does not need “more” resources: the integration of our maps is easy for web developers to integrate.
ROOM BOOKING SYSTEMS & RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The easyGuide maps engine integrates indoor maps and navigation features to make web-based resource management, room booking and workspace management more efficient for everyone. Especially large corporates with multiple locations benefit from the interoperable, secure and technically scalable solution.
Your website needs a simple and appealing map to directly display the location of a room / shop? Our maps are created according to your corporate design specifications, they adapt dynamically to your website (liquid design) and are very easy to integrate.
You have the app? We have the map with build-in wayfinding: The mobile optimized map convinces with short loading time and high performance. Geo coordinates are transferred into route IDs, allowing indoor positioning and routing.
DIGITAL SIGNAGE PLATFORMS
You would like to extend your kiosk systems (frontend) and/or your CMS (backend) with an appealing map with wayfinding function? The easyGuide maps engine allows you to combine data and campaigns with a visually appealing map.
MAPS & NAVIGATION
3d-berlin creates high-performance interactive maps with three-dimensional route networks of buildings and areas.
The design is created in 2D or 3D optics according to customer specifications. Key Features: short loading time, signage size (logo and room number) adjust to zoom level (level-of-detail), you-are-here-marker marks set position, markers and highlighters target destination points.
More visualizations possible:
> Asset tracking: finding goods or devices
> Resource availability: visual display of occupied and unoccupied conference rooms or workstations
> Device management: location and status display of devices (hardware such as nodes, kiosk systems)
> Geo-Analyzes: display of any additional information (eg. visitor frequency)
The navigation principle is illustrated here using our mobile application. The route is displayed as a directional path from the start point to the destination point. The route is divided into logical route sections and displayed as a step-by-step navigation. In doing so, the respective route section is zoomed into.
Options: Activating and deactivating the accessible routing (via API control) and exiting navigation
The navigation can be ad on all common positioning solutions: WLAN, beacons, GPS, RFID, QR codes
All functions of the easyGuide maps engine can be adjusted by you. Properties can be queried or set. For example, destination points (IDs) can be displayed, multiple IDs selected, as well as the route started.
The engine includes a set of “built-in” controls for common functions, which can be individually displayed or hidden. Alternatively, all functions can also be executed by means of self-designed external controls via API.
FIVE CENTRAL METHODS
.set Setting of current map states: zoom level, degree of rotation, level, start ID, end ID, route section
.highlight Areas can be highlighted singly or as a group (multi-highlighting)
.popup Info balloons can display any HTML content
.route Setting a route from starting point to destination point as a regular or accessible route
.retrieveClosestElementsByCoordinates Geo-coordinates are transferred to the next routing points (IDs)