Citynomadi visualises interactivity on maps regardless of the area involved. Our SaaS-concept provides suitable solutions for both rural and urban environments, globally and multilingually. For achieving the interactive experience the maps are integrated with open source data, privatised information, crowdsourced data and IoT-feeds.
The redundant SaaS-service makes it possible to publish the interactive maps as web applications, on inforscreens and in native apps as well. Our flagship app, Nomadi, is available in Google Play and App Store for free. Users of our theme maps are able to locate them selves and discover their surroundings.
Our solution is targeted for companies, public sector and organizations who work with, share, gather or mash crucial information on maps and about position. The end users are individuals in their leisuretime or active working roles: visitors, inhabitants and employees.
For the smart city environment we create theme maps such as tours for tourists, Top 10 walks, event maps, air quality, noise level and traffic monitoring. Applications include guidance for the campus areas, local monitoring maps, theme maps for tourist attractions and cycling maps.
Our concept includes seamless outdoors and indoors location, or alternatively only indoors location. We build the indoors positioning with IndoorAtlas or beacons based technology and our concept is technology neutral. Automatic floor detection feature included. Use cases include IoT feed based monitoring for air quality, realtime information, presentations security and training.
Citynomadi cloud service enables flexible and scalable use of maps in every context. In rural and forest environments the nature map or local map with precision is crucial. This makes our concept unbeatable: the organization we are working with are able to choose the map.
In the Forest business segment we have created crowdsourcing applications for nature observations, activity maps and worked towards understanding the diversity of nature. Applications handle environmental issues, tourism and recreation in nature, wellbeing and activities, such as skiing, hiking and fishing.