Mappedin’s exports take highly accurate indoor map data and format it for a variety of use cases. Along with a direct API to the Mappedin CMS, these GeoJSON based exports provide complete flexibility to build any indoor mapping experience.
Mappedin’s GeoJSON based format provides customers with geometry and location data associated with a venue that is directly connected to the Mappedin CMS. Along with the data required for Apple's IMDF, this export includes nodes and paths allowing you to easily build wayfinding capabilities.
This format can be used to build 2D mapping experiences or converted with a variety of 3D renderers, including Mappedin’s.
A building is a collection of levels assembled into a structure, such as an office tower or a theatre. A building’s geometry is determined by the union of all geometry levels within the physical building.
A level represents the extent of the floor within a venue. Its boundaries are restricted by the defined building geometry.
A space represents a defined area. That defined area is associated with a level and may be public or restricted.
An obstruction is an object that acts as an obstruction to movement. It is not a structural asset and instead serves as a decorative or business function.
A connection object is a mechanism that facilitates traversal between spaces, such as a staircase or an elevator within a building. It associates two or more levels and defines how to move between them.
Locations are exported to represent all occupants in the building. This captures the geometry and associated metadata with all important services, retailers, and amenities.
A node is a point on a map that is used to path end-users from their starting location to their final destination.
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