Indoor Reality Mobile Mapping Integrates with ArcGIS
The indoor mapping developer offers two wearable data acquisition hardware systems
Indoor Reality, recently featured in GeoDataPoint, has announced that its indoor 3D mobile mapping solution is being integrated with Esri ArcGIS Online. “Now, building management professionals who need to see the location of assets can do so with a seamless link directly from ArcGIS Online to Indoor Reality’s Web-viewer,” says Indoor Reality Founder and CEO, Avideh Zakhor.
The Indoor Reality 3D mobile mapping solution consists of two wearable hardware systems for data capture, which share a common SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) pipeline in order to:
- Create feature-rich point clouds, and 3D CAD (Revit) models for BIM (building information modeling)
- Interactively visualize and virtually navigate inside the photo-realistic 3D models via an intuitive Web interface, allowing for 3D tagging of assets and dimension measurements
- Automatically locate assets and people inside buildings (indoor GPS)
“The goal continues to be helping our clients make better decisions,” Zakhor says. “Whether you’re a maintenance engineer who needs to view the physical location of an asset, or a leasing agent interested in understanding the dimensions of a vacant unit, or a construction superintendent needing to monitor progress, you are now able to leverage this integrated solution to make better decisions that save money and time.”
ArcGIS Online from Esri is a cloud-based mapping platform. Users have access to ready-to-use maps, apps and templates that include company data. Maps can be created and shared throughout an organization. Critical location-based information is able to be accessed from any desktop, browser, tablet, or smartphone.
About Indoor Reality
Founded in 2015, Indoor Reality is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif. Indoor Reality’s patented hardware and software platforms provide a complete solution for fast, automated, visual building documentation and 3D mapping.