Many visitors to this web site find EventMapStudio by searching the term "interactive event map". EventMapStudio fits the term at many different levels. Let me explain.
The first interactive event map in EventMapStudio is a map event producers can produce to layout and manage their event. This complete map includes everything, that is it includes both the public facing items such as stages, or portalets and the backstage items such as staff parking, or artist trailers. It is to scale and fits the requirements of many regulatory requirements to produce a map. It is the definitive map of the event and includes everything that needs to be there. The uniqueness of this map is that it is targeted at the people producing the event, unlike many other maps usually targeted at people attending the event.
Filtered event maps
From this first map, one can filter the items by types. EventMapstudio will let you generate automatically a map with only the tents, or only the stages. There are many more categories that can be used to filter items, and these categories can be combined. You could for example produce a map with all the entrances and the public transportation around them. These filters are useful to make the event map less overwhelming, and to share information with certain stakeholders. For example you could decide to share a tent-only map with your tent vendor, or a restroom-only map for the person delivering the portable restroom to the event site.
It is useful for eventgoers to access a festival map to orient themselves once at the event. EventMapStudio lets you specify what items from THE map should be made visible to the eventgoers. The resulting public event map can be integrated to the event's web site and access from desktops prior to the event, or from phones while at the event. It can also be included as an external link in most festival app software , although another option is to altogether replace your often expensive and cumbersome apps with EventMapStudio. The public event map is responsive/phone friendly, and allows users to select what items they are interested in. Event organizers can include categories such a stage, beer, first aid, food,etc.. These categories can be used to filter items on the event map. The event map also offers geolocation so the user can see their current location with respect to the item they are looking for. Each item also has a popup window associated to it in order to display any useful information.
Eventmapstudio provides event producers with a 3D event map to better understand the layout and spatial relationships between layout items.
The one source of truth
The power of EventMapStudio is that all these maps are generated from the same data. Running a music festival on the banks of a river that is running high? Need to move some tents at the last minutes? If you move the tent on THE map, the public will automatically see the resulting change on the public map.
So.....looking for an interactive event map? Chances are EventMapStudio has the type of map you are looking for. Register for the free trial.