Indoor Mapping Software Solutions
The Living Map Platform provides a Saas technology base for a range of indoor and outdoor mapping applications. Work with us to create a bespoke solution for your particular needs.
- Create and serve beautiful indoor (and outdoor) maps at scale.
- Generate, manage and edit maps easily with our intuitive Map Manager System (MMS) interface.
- Granular, search-enabled indoor mapping.
- Deliver a best-in-class indoor map through any device; mobile app, responsive website, digital kiosks and live screens.
- Seamless outdoor-indoor navigation that works anywhere!
- Indoor routing and wayfinding capabilities.
- Hardware agnostic indoor positioning and live location technology.
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Indoor Mapping Case Studies
Digital Mapping for the City of EdmontonSeeking to capture the dynamic and changing character of the city, Edmonton requested a digital map for residents and visitors that highlights the changing seasons…View case study
Indoor Mapping for the Metropolitan Museum of ArtMetropolitan Museum of Art requires a highly usable and impeccably designed mapping and wayfinding platform that can grow to incorporate…View case study
Indoor Mapping for the Royal United HospitalCurating the city’s businesses and amenities for the purpose of essential healthcare workers at the hospital…View case study
Digital Mapping for Waltham ForestLiving Map developed a customised digital map, with content curated by Waltham Forest’s council, for digital distribution…View case study
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Indoor Mapping?
The term “indoor mapping” refers to the process of creating a 3D map of an indoor environment using various sensors and technologies, such as cameras, lasers, GPS receivers, inertial measurement units (IMUs), etc. This technology can be used for many purposes: navigation, route planning, security, facility management, asset tracking, etc.
How Does Indoor Mapping Work?
An indoor map consists of a set of points that represent objects in the indoor space. These points are called landmarks or waypoints. The position of each landmark is stored in a database along with its properties, such as colour, shape, size, texture, etc. A camera or laser scanner captures images of the indoor space and sends them to a computer where they are processed by software algorithms.