Urban Systems offers 360 Virtual Tour services that help our clients share their space with large groups of people remotely. Virtual Tour uses 360 reality capture technologies that allow viewers to walk through interiors, streetscape and wider landscapes, right from their computers or mobile devices.
Urban Systems applies extensive technologies on the 360 virtual tour services in order to meet the diverse requests of our clients, including communities, roads, shopping centres, hospitals, school campuses, museums, and so on. Our virtual tours provide visualization, audio, facility layout, and measurements right down to the last millimetre.
Our Specialized Services:
Google Business View
As a Google Trusted Photographer, we can publish 360 Virtual Tours directly on Google maps. Anyone can access the virtual tour via Google Maps, Google search and on your Google+ Local page. Virtual tours can also be embedded in your web pages and social media. For the construction industry, the updated Google Street View even provides geo-referenced site information.
97% of consumers search for local businesses online, making it very important to develop a strong online presence. Not only will it enhance the customer experience even before they visit your business, but it helps set you apart from the competition. Walking through your site becomes a few clicks at your fingertips.
The 360 Virtual Tour can create standalone virtual tours which can be embedded into any website. Floor plans and audio introduction can be integrated into the tour, providing enhanced navigation for your customers. In large facilities, such as shopping centres, schools, and hospitals, the enhanced virtual tour can also be beneficial for employee training and emergency preparedness. The 360 documentation will be an indispensable resource for the future of renovations.
3D Laser Scanning TruView Virtual Tour
Create server-based virtual tours by combining our high-definition laser scanner with the 360 camera. The laser scanner can overlay point cloud data on the 360 degree images, allowing viewers to extract 3D measurements with millimeter accuracy, just like standing onsite with a tape measure. The virtual tour is stored on the Urban Systems GIS server, and can be shared by the whole team for detailed designs, quality checks, and construction inspections.