concept3D is pleased to welcome Bob O'Melia to the team. O'Melia joins concept3D as Vice President of Business Development.
By: Chris Munz
The conference and meetings industries are in an exciting place right now. Technology is sweeping through every part of events - from the concept stage to automatically generated following-up messages to attendees - drastically changing how venues and organizers plan, set up, and execute. The overall goal is to get attendees engaged and excited long before they walk in the door. Create a memorable experience!
Convention centers can be at the forefront of tech changes on a large scale; changes that make conferences, trade shows, and other big events more interactive, flexible, and enjoyable. Because at the end of the day it’s all about improving the customer experience. The concept3D team did some thinking and here are five trends that we think will impact convention centers in 2017.
Florida’s Largest Retirement Community Taps atlas3D Platform to Improve Resident and Guest Experience with Interactive Media, 3D Models, Wayfinding and Virtual Tours
concept3D is excited to announce that Shell Point, the largest single-site continuing care retirement community in Florida and among the largest lifecare communities in the world, has launched our atlas3D platform.
By: Chris Munz
I recently returned from IAVM’s International Convention Center Conference (ICCC) in Pasadena. It was a great event, and I learned a lot from both the speakers and from the colleagues who I got to meet for the first time or get to know a little bit better. The convention center industry is vibrant and fun to be a part of!
Here are a few of my big take-aways from the event.
In Austin, Minnesota, a group of high school students, dressed in mountain biking gear, stand in in a semi-circle, gazing at a cell phone. While it may look like they are watching a YouTube video or checking social media, they’re actually using atlas3D’s map technology to scope out the terrain for their upcoming race.
Live Transit Tracker Now Available with atlas3D and CampusBird Interactive Map Platforms
Map Visitors Now Able to View Routes, Real-time Bus and Shuttle Locations, Estimated Times of Arrival, and more
concept3D, a leader in location-based software and 3D media, along with Ride Systems, LLC today announced the integration of a live transit tracking system into its CampusBird and atlas3D interactive map and media platforms.
The live transit tracker, provided by Ride Systems, a leader in GPS tracking, gives atlas3D and CampusBird map visitors the ability to view routes, see real-time bus location along with estimated times of arrival.
Photo by Ed Schipul via tendenci.com
By Chris Munz
I just returned from one of the most spectacular conferences I’ve had the pleasure to attend as part of the concept3D team.
IAVM’s Arena Management Conference in Tampa, Florida brought together not only the industry’s top players, but also provided the opportunity to interact with many of the vendors and platforms that are driving the arena management industry in the digital age.
A big thank you to IAVM and all of the people who welcomed us to Tampa and showed us some of the premier venues and entertainment facilities Tampa has to offer.
We're proud that our atlas3D platform has been recently featured in some notable media outlets. Here are a few of the latest:
For 2016 ASHE attendees, we're offering a complimentary, 3D building rendering for your facility. Up to five renderings will be given away at the concept3D booth #1070.
Booth 1070 is conveniently located near the food service area (map here - no, we didn't build that one :)).
Interactive Hospital Maps - Meeting the Unique Wayfinding and Visitor Needs at Health Centers
Interactive hospital maps and media - such as video, virtual tours, and 360-degree photospheres - can improve your visitor experience.
Finding one's way around a hospital or medical campus can be like finding your way through a labyrinth. But - aside from the everyday navigational challenges - health care facilities also have a high quantity of first-time patients and visitors arriving every day.