A long 3 days in London this week exhibiting at the Health & Safety Expo, but it was worth it. With over a 100 new leads to follow up, means I am an exceptionally happy man. It was great to talk to so many people about how P360M can help them in their business. Here are just a few takeouts:
P360M app is now available for Android. Allowing users with android phones or tablets to share annotated 360 images with their project teams. Ideal for the world of construction, where ruggedised Android phones are the norm for project teams.
Android users can now share visual project updates with their teams offsite, via using the P360M app and service . Offsite team members receive an email which links to a 360o annotated picture in a basic web view, which can be seen on a computer or via VR headsets. Now everyone can feel they are there onsite, allowing better and more effective project management.
Excellent tool for the world of construction, project audits and in health & safety applications.
Go to P360m.co.uk to sign up and install our app
See how P360M can work for you in this short video
Now you can see how P360M works out in the field:
This VR Brighton meetup takes place on 18 January 2018 and is the perfect opportunity to learn about new immersive technologies in the built environment and do some valuable networking.
This event will explore will explore how immersive technology is being used to explore, design, capture and collaborate around built environments. If you are from the construction or property development industry or just have an interest in AR/VR or BIM, then this event is for you. We have great speakers, ideas and networking opportunities with VR and AR innovators, and you will also have the chance to get your hands on the demos.
We will be proudly showcasing:
Ben Reed from First Base, who are developing the new Edward Street Amex site, will share their insight into the state of play and possibilities for immersive tech within the sector, as well as, how it is starting to disrupt design, community engagement, sales, marketing and construction.
Gareth Evans from LCE Architects, will describe how VR is being used in the early stages of a projects inception for design decisions and how this can be used for effective client/public engagement.
Head above the Cloud, will be demoing and talking about their interactive immersive "indoor Google street view" virtual environments, and how they enable you to share the spaces you design or manage.
Phillip Hunt from Mobikats will be demoing his VR telepresence app for Construction, Project Management and Health & Safety.
And finally, a Digital Catapult Brighton residents' collaboration involving LIDAR data capture and room reconstruction for VR.
To register to attend click here