Let stakeholders explore the uniqueness and the achievements of your project.
Web-maps and virtual tours are the best tools to present your forest project. They integrates multimedia elements like photos, videos, texts and sounds in an interactive online presentation. These virtual presentations provide a rich and exciting user experience.
The comprehensive presentation and documentation of your project with visual information like panoramas, wildlife observations and also growth data creates transparency and trust. Using the following tools, the communication strategy will shift from costly marketing campaigns which always compete for attention, towards a strategy were project information is shared with an interested and curious community. The project quality will replace high marketing budgets.
Provide your stakeholders a unique perspective on your project. High resolution 360° aerial panoramas allow users to explore the landscape with a high level of details and understand the dimension, relevance and beauty of your venture.
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Virtual tours are composed by ground and aerial panoramas connected to each other. The user is able to interactively explore and navigate through your project. A map shows his position and orientation.
Present your projects using interactive online maps. No matter if forestry data, wildlife observations or any other type of multimedia content, our web maps allow the presentation of geo tagged content. Specially the integration of our 360° panoramas will allow the user to explore different sites of your project.
Listen to the sounds of the forest and transmit the feeling and ambiance.
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Upload field data directly into your project map.
360° ground panoramas provide interactive impressions from the site.
Give a voice to the local people and their needs.
Inform stakeholders about growth and health of their forest assets.