WAi2Go: Indoor/Outdoor Mapping for Complex Buildings and Sites
Processing CAD plans & geographical data; building sophisticated beautiful maps
WAi2Go converts plain CAD plans and geographical data into stylish maps that complement organisational identity and offer advanced wayfinding across multidimensional sites.
Our maps enable dynamic, location-specific data to be embedded and presented as interactive layers, ensuring immediate, current information at user fingertips (e.g. advising of hot desk and printer availability in office scenarios, or the colour-coding of room occupancy to denote free study areas for students).
Our solutions turn plain CAD plans into visually attractive, bespoke, dynamic maps for online use
Synchronise WAi2Go with existing, managed building CAD plans for up-to-date interactive maps
Reduce the 'clutter' of original CAD plans by removing unnecessary objects or replacing symbols
Stylise and modify your map to match your corporate branding
Our flexible map editor enables easy representation of live, changeable information
Edit and manage map content and pathway routing
Add location information (e.g. images, room/location aliases, links etc), annotations & informational notices.
Include additional information for users with impaired mobility
Edit walking paths in and outside of buildings
Schedule access to paths, entrances or facilities, in the event of e.g. open days, works, out-of-action lifts, weather conditions etc
Data-driven vector maps: one map, multiple layers of information
WAi2Go creates map applications that expose relevant data to users as interactive layers with information derived from multiple databases and other information sources.
Our maps can be easily configured to expose different levels of location and map information, based on the role of the users or the nature of the application, for example:
Provide less site information for visitors compared with administrative user applications
Emphasise locations of significance for particular users (e.g. reception points for visitors, or areas of historical significance for interactive tours)
Utilise options to view original CAD plans, rather than simplified or stylised floor plans, for site survey applications
Use layered maps based on historical periods to show how sites and campuses have developed over years.
Create different routing options for different users:
Use the most scenic route for your visitors, for example on open days
(not necessarily the shortest)
Use the administrative app to allow routing through doors that require pass codes or that are staff-only.
Add notifications about, or redirect routes to navigate around - obstacles to access for users with impaired mobility, such as uneven surfaces or high curbs.
Maps that offer different views & routing options for different types of users
Case Study: European Research Station (ESTEC)
The images below illustrate how the European Space Research Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Holland use the WAi2Go for their ESTEC Navigator. The staff-only app (left) is for sole use by the 2,500 employees when they are connected to the site WiFi or via the ESTEC VPN. The ESTEC Navigator gives room-to-room navigation and interfaces with the staff directory, the meeting booking system, and daily menus for the restaurants.
Using the same platform, an annual Open Day app (right) has a different outdoor map showing temporary marquises, portable toilets and food stands etc, whilst avoiding any indoor mapping for security reasons.
A separate Open Day team manage the events and location information shown within the app using the WAi2Go administration tools.
ESTEC Navigator for staff only
ESTEC Open Day App for the public
with limited information)
Flexible kiosk/totem interfaces enable users to change map starting point and orientation
For interactive kiosk/totem applications, the 'You are Here' point is easily configured from the administrative interface and the map can be rotated to give a 'heads-up' display rather than north-aligned.
All of our kiosk application are designed to provide easy accessibility for wheelchair users.
No network, no problem!
There are many occasions when a user does not have a network.
Our solutions support offline operation for searching, mapping and navigation and selected other sources of information. Real-time interactive layers are the only services that are affected.