GoodMaps Explore

Watch how blind users use GoodMaps Explore to navigate their surroundings.

Watch how blind users use GoodMaps Explore to navigate their surroundings.

user walking through airport

Dynamic Navigation

Imagine being in an airport and not knowing how to get to your flight gate or shopping at the mall and not knowing what stores are around. GoodMaps Explore helps everyone, whether they are visually impaired or not, navigate safely and efficiently.

Powered by GoodMaps Studio

GoodMaps Explore is built on GoodMaps Studio mapping data to provide the best indoor mapping data available.

Our seamless indoor to outdoor navigation experience allows users to have a hassle-free trip. Imagine having all the information you have outdoors brought to the indoors.

GoodMaps Studio allows venue owners to update and customize their indoor maps ensuring that POI data is always up to date.

Revolutionary Indoor Positioning

GoodMaps Explore, utilizes camera-based positioning (CPS), which uses geo-referenced images to determine a user's position.

It's accurate.

GoodMaps Explore locates where you are in a room within 2-inches to 1 meter of accuracy. This is a substantial improvement over the accuracy provided by GPS (which is 8-10M outdoors), Bluetooth trilateration (4-5M) and other approaches.

Minimal infrastructure.

Prior to GoodMaps, indoor positioning required the installation and maintenance of hardware, like Bluetooth beacons or Ultra-wide band beacons. This is costly and requires labor for installation and maintenance. The GoodMaps approach only requires a single beacon at building entrances.

“I think in terms of interface and simplicity, this one has it nailed.”
Steve

Hear from GoodMaps Explore Users

  • "Explore is awesome as it works with speech, a Braille Display, or both together.” -Bob

  • “The tutorials are very clear and the application has a very simple design.” -Jason

  • "You can use generic keywords in the search field and if needing a little help, connect with a remote volunteer at Be My Eyes. Lots of great features to make getting around easier and safer." - David

Explore is available now on iOS and coming soon to Android.