Welcome back to the second half of our two-part article (see part one here!) on how to transform the airport experience using 3D interactive map apps. Accessible through a mobile app so that every passenger can find their way, last time we talked about driving directions, helping people get through check-in and security quickly, and creating a detailed map of the sky mall. But that was only the beginning. Let's pick up at the possibilities of a map that paths customers anywhere they want to go.
Flying Under The Radar - Airports are at The Cutting Edge of Business Technology
Staying on the cutting edge of customer service and business tech is almost an art form, especially for large companies that have to have to make constant changes and updates in order to remain agile. You might not think it at first, but no industry has worked harder or had more success at staying ahead of the curve on amenities and customer experience than the airort industry. Airports have moved the bar on programmable signs, automated bathrooms, streamlined transportation, and are bringing subtle luxury to the very utilitarian business of getting people from place to place.
Spatial visualization through vivid, realistic 3D modeling brings greater efficiency, transparency, and collaboration to organizations by making design-dependent projects accessible to everyone involved.
If you don’t live in a hole you certainly heard about the grand opening of the Shanghai Disney Resort - an impressive 963-acres pegged to be the future of the Disney theme parks franchise.
Today, CampusBird Interactive Maps and Tours recorded key milestones for its platform usage. The industry-leading map and tour platform proved to be more important than ever with significant increases in traffic and addressable customers during the past two weeks.
“CampusBird provides Hope [College] audiences with beautiful renderings of our campus, dedicated features like location-specific media, and plenty of control for our content editors.”