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UT Knoxville Launches Interactive Campus Map

August 1, 2018 by Sam Slater

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Concept3D is proud to announce that The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the latest major university to launch on our platform.

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UT Knoxville is big on tradition, and is proud of its humble beginnings as the first public university chartered west of the Appalachian Divide. They serve over 28,000 students, located in the center of the state right on the Tennessee River. Successfully implementing our GIS data, the 600 acre campus is beautifully mapped with immersive 3D technology.

UT went in a new direction with our software, where they combined both the CMS and feed data to create an interactive campus map for its users. Some of the features on the map include, wayfinding, an extensive transit option, and a GIS feed.

University of Tennesee, Knoxville's New Interactive Campus Map Powered by Concept3D

The university’s custom map icons highlight not only where its building are located but also a variety of different tools for its students, faculty and staff. These include the schools sustainability efforts, available technology and comprehensive safety resources around campus.

Explore UT Knoxville’s new interactive campus map at https://maps.utk.edu/.

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