With a handful of new (or somewhat new) map products crossing my desk as of late, I’m giving five such bits of tech a chance to tell their story this week.
1) Map Product Name
FATMAP is reimagining outdoor mapping, starting by creating the most detailed ski maps ever made. We do this by showing you the terrain as it is in real life – a 1:1 map in ultra-high resolution virtual reality 3D. Our 3D map makes it easy to extract the terrain information skiers need to make better decisions on the slopes. In addition to the core map feature-set, FATMAP offers resorts a variety of industry standard functionality including behavioral based push notifications, e-commerce marketplaces, live data integration like lifts and trails, restaurants and other POIs, location sharing, and gamificaiton and social challenge frameworks.
3) How It’s Different
FATMAP shows the terrain in ultra-high resolution 3D at between 15-45x the resolution of Google Earth. It is the highest resolution 3D map available today paired with high quality content and a complete terrain intelligence toolkit We offer skiers an entirely new way to truly get the most from the resort, giving you all the insider information, whether that’s finding the best powder, knowing which runs are in the sun, where’s best for a day with the kids, checking out runs with Virtual Reality 3D fly-throughs or finding the best place for lunch.
4) Resort Clients
Chamonix, Verbier, Zermatt, Tignes/Val D’isere, Yellowstone Club.
5) Live Example
App Store – https://app.adjust.io/btx0yw?redirect=https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id934760071
Google Play – https://app.adjust.io/btx0yw?redirect=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terrascope.fatmapski
6) Screenshots / Videos
7) What to Do if Interested
Please visit www.fatmap.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries on bringing FATMAP to your resort.
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