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  • Speed Art Museum

    The Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J.B. Speed Memorial Museum, is the oldest, largest, and foremost museum of art in Kentucky. It is located in Louisville on Third Street next to the University of Louisville Belknap campus and receives around 180,000 visits per year.

    • Address
      2035 S 3rd St, Louisville, KY 40208
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      79911
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      2
  • American Printing House for the Blind

    APH employs over 350 employees, of which many are blind or visually impaired, and hosts many visitors each year to their museum. The facility is very complex and difficult to navigate. GoodMaps helps employees and visitors navigate the building.

    • Address
      1839 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY. 40206
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      340000
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      4
  • Actors Theatre

    Actors Theatre was founded in 1964 following the merging of two local companies, Actors, Inc. and Theatre Louisville, operated by Louisville natives Ewel Cornett and Richard Block. Designated as the "State Theater of Kentucky" in 1974, the theatre has been called one of America's most consistently innovative professional theatre companies, with an annual attendance of 150,000.

    • Address
      316 West Main St. Louisville, KY 40202
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      28046
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      2
  • ASDA Stevenage

    Stevenage is a part of the Asda brand, located at Monkswood Way, Stevenage, SG1 1LA. The store serves visitors coming from surrounding localities, namely North Stevenage. The shop provides 15 services like: Grocery Click & Collect, Home Shopping, Opticians, Photo Department, George, 24 Hour, Disabled Facilities, Petrol Station, Click & Collect, Travel Money and also Pharmacy. Visitors can benefit from 9 facilities such as Baby Changing, Car Park, Cafe, Cash Machine, Baby changing.

    • Address
      Monkswood Way, Stevenage SG1 1LA, United Kingdom
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      61000
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      1
  • Bessey Hall

    Ernst Bessey Hall is home to MSU academic classrooms, the Air Force ROTC, and campus resources such as the Undergraduate Research Office, the Writing Center, TRIO Student Support Services (SSS), the Bike Service Center, and the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD). Bessey Hall is a frequent “home” for countless students, staff, and faculty.

    • Address
      434 Farm Ln, East Lansing, MI 48824
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      36282
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      1
  • Cabell County Public Library

    The Cabell County Library began as a small room in downtown Huntington in 1902. However, within 2 years, Andrew Carnegie donated $25,000 for a new library building, which opened its doors in 1904. The impressive structure housed the library for the next 75 years before being replaced with a new modern facility in 1980. In 1982, the library became the first public library in the state to be automated with a computerized circulation system and online catalog. The Cabell County Library has 7 branches - in Barboursville, Cox Landing, Gallaher Village, Guyandotte, Milton, Salt Rock and West Huntington. The system now serves nearly 97,000 residents.

    • Address
      455 9th St, Huntington, WV 25701
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      54070
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      4
  • Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind, Inc.

    Office center in Huntington, West Virginia. Organization provides free door-to-door transportation for blind/visually impaired in cabell and wayne counties. Organization provides recreational services for the Blind/ visually impaired to further their experience in social settings. Organization provides consumer services that promote self- reliance and independence for the blind/visually impaired in cabell and wayne counties

    • Address
      38 Washington Ave, Huntington, WV 25701
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      4986
    • Floors
      1
  • Casey Eye Institute

    Ophthalmology clinic in Portland, Oregon

    • Address
      515 SW Campus Dr, Portland, OR 97239
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      83000
    • Floors
      6
  • Charles W. McDowell Center

    The McDowell Center is named for Charles W. McDowell, a former leader of the Office for the Blind and champion for services to blind and visually impaired Kentuckians. The McDowell Center is a 44,000 square foot facility located in Northeast Jefferson County, and includes a dormitory wing, classrooms, computer lab, cafeteria, auditorium, and recreation and exercise areas. The McDowell Center was formally part of the Office of the Blind, however in October 2018 the Office of the Blind merged with Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) and now the McDowell Center is part of OVR’s Blind Services Division.

    • Address
      8412 Westport Rd, Louisville, KY 40242
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      19392
    • Floors
      3
  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind

    Building for a non-profit organization in Toronto, Ontario

    • Address
      1929 Bayview Ave, East York, ON M4G 3E8, Canada
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      37974
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  • Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind Activity Center

    Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind Activity Center Building

    • Address
      63 3rd Ave, Huntington, WV 25701
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      5000
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      1
  • Elks Childrens Eye Clinic

    This new 60,000-square-foot facility provides additional space and resources to advance work in children’s eye care, macular degeneration research and patient care, gene therapy, community outreach and more. The building reflects the generosity of many donors, and is named in recognition of the Oregon State Elks Association, which generously gave $20 million for the eye clinic and has supported children’s eye care at the OHSU Casey Eye Institute for 70 years.

    • Address
      545 SW Campus Dr, Portland, OR 97239
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      53037
    • Floors
      5
  • Floyd County Public Library

    Public library in New Albany, Indiana

    • Address
      180 W Spring St, New Albany, IN 47150
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      41588
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      3
  • Kentucky School for the Blind

    The Kentucky School for the Blind is an educational facility for blind and visually impaired students from Kentucky who are aged up to 21. Bryce McLellan Patten founded the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind in 1839 in Louisville, Kentucky

    • Address
      1867 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      50000
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      3
  • KMAC Museum

    KMAC Museum is an American art museum that "connects people to Art and Creative Practice". The museum is a 501c3 organization located in the West Main District of downtown Louisville, Kentucky

    • Address
      715 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      14111
    • Floors
      3
  • National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute

    The national headquarters of the National Federation of the Blind is an extensive facility located in Baltimore, Maryland. The building, which encompasses an entire city block, was named the Jernigan Institute in 2004. Among its many features, it houses modern computer labs, training facilities, conference spaces, full-service dining facilities, the Jacobus tenBroek Library, the Independence Market, and the International Braille and Technology Center for the Blind.

    • Address
      200 East Wells Street Baltimore, Maryland 21230
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      250000
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      4
  • Perkins BTBL Administration Building

    Perkins School for the Blind, in Watertown, Massachusetts, was founded in 1829 and is the oldest school for the blind in the United States. It has also been known as the Perkins Institution for the Blind.[1] Perkins manufactures its own Perkins Brailler, which is used to print embossed, tactile books for the blind;[2] and the Perkins SMART Brailler, a braille teaching tool, at the Perkins Solutions division[3] housed within the Watertown campus's former Howe Press.

    • Address
      175 North Beacon Street Watertown, MA 02472
    • Sq. Ft. Scanned
      3452
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      1
  • Phil Cline Family YMCA

    The Phil Cline Family YMCA, located across the street from the May Building, provides a safe place for the youth of our community to congregate and participate in safe activities outside of school.

    • Address
      917 9th St, Huntington, WV 25701
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      38154
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      2
  • Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel

    Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel

    • Address
      2800 S Potomac Ave, Arlington, VA 22202
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      51253
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      2
  • Smith Memorial Student Union

    Smith Memorial Student Union is your couch on the Portland State University campus. Smith provides a place for the campus community to come together. It houses a diverse selection of programs, services, ideas, and engagement that enrich our social, cultural, and educational environment.

    • Address
      1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201
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      5
  • South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

    The South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a state-supported school located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, which provides services to meet the educational needs of children who are blind, visually impaired, or deaf-blind from birth through the age of 21.

    • Address
      605 14th Ave SE, Aberdeen SD 57401
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      14006
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      2
  • Thrive Center

    The Thrive Center was established to Spotlight Innovation and Promote Healthy Aging. Thrive Center is a non-profit 501c3. Visitors from all over the world have visited this unprecedented showcase to experience for themselves the products, multimedia experiences and programming built around the key theme of improving the quality of life. This exciting collaboration is proving that together we can build a community that thrives.

    • Address
      204 E Market St, Louisville, KY 40202
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      30000
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      1
  • UMass Boston Campus Center

    Here under one roof, students can find a cozy, well-lit place to study, someone to help them with academic and administrative issues, activites and events to enjoy wiht other students, or a place to eat and socialize with friends.

    • Address
      100 William T Morrissey Blvd, Boston, MA 02125
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      288687
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      6
  • Huddersfield Railway Station

    Designed by the architect James Pigott Pritchett and built by the firm of Joseph Kaye in 1846–50 using the neo-classical style, the station is well known in architectural circles for its classical-style facade, with a portico of the Corinthian order, consisting of six columns in width and two in depth, which dominates St George's Square. The station serves the town of Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, England. It is managed by TransPennine Express, which provides trains between Manchester and Liverpool in the North West and Newcastle and Middlesbrough in the North East and also to York, Scarborough and Hull via Leeds. It is also served by local Northern trains on the Huddersfield, Penistone and Caldervale lines, which between them provide service to Leeds, Wakefield Westgate, Manchester Victoria, Sheffield, Brighouse, Halifax and Bradford Interchange.

    • Address
      St George's Square, Huddersfield HD1 1JB, UK
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      150000
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      2
  • Hull Paragon Station

    is a transport interchange providing rail, bus and coach services located in the city centre of Kingston upon Hull, England. The G.T. Andrews-designed station was originally named Paragon Station, and together with the adjoining Station Hotel, it opened in 1847 as the new Hull terminus for the growing traffic of the York and North Midland (Y&NMR) leased to the Hull and Selby Railway (H&S). As well as trains to the west, the station was the terminus of the Y&NMR and H&S railway's Hull to Scarborough Line. From the 1860s the station also became the terminus of the Hull and Holderness and Hull and Hornsea railways. The station is currently operated by TransPennine Express, which provides train services along with Northern Trains, Hull Trains and London North Eastern Railway.

    • Address
      Paragon Station, Ferensway, Hull HU1 3QX, United Kingdom
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      350000
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      1
  • Manchester Airport The Station

    is a railway, tram, bus and coach station at Manchester Airport, England which opened at the same time as the second air terminal in 1993. The station is 9+3⁄4 miles (15.7 km) south of Manchester Piccadilly, at the end of a short branch from the Styal Line via a triangular junction between Heald Green and Styal stations. Manchester Metrolink tram services were extended to the airport in 2014 and operate to Manchester Victoria.

    • Address
      Manchester M90 3RR, United Kingdom
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      200000
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      3

When traveling cross country or just across a museum exhibit, independence is key for people who are blind or someone who is not familiar with your space. GoodMaps provides superior accessible indoor mapping and accurate positioning compared with other systems.

When your venue is mapped in GoodMaps Studio, your visitors can use the GoodMaps Explore app can easily understand their surroundings as they move through a city or through your venue. The GoodMaps Explore app verbally announces the distance and direction to nearby rooms, water fountains, and emergency exits in much the same way as sighted people see print signs. Visitors can also preview your venue for better navigation when they arrive.

Why Choose Us?​

Minimal Infrastructure.

Skip the high cost and the lengthy installation process associated with traditional indoor mapping. Camera-based positioning (CPS) requires monimal installation of any hardware or beacons. ​

Fantastic Accuracy.

Ensure your visitors can confidently travel, CPS provides accuracy as good as a few feet. ​

Intuitive & Simple.

Empower your visitors by allowing them to easily understand their surroundings as they move through your indoor venue.

Virtual Experience.

Allow your visitors to explore your venue from anywhere at anytime.

Promote Your Commitment to Accessibility

We want to make sure as a venue you have all the tools to market indoor navigation in your space. Our marketing toolbox includes:

  • Press release to local and national media, as well as national disability advocacy groups
  • Social media/blog posts featuring your venue
  • Plaque to display that you are a GoodMaps supported accessible venue
  • QR code you can post indefinitely so people can quickly download GoodMaps Explore
  • Flyers to promote downloading the app and exploring the venue
  • Additionally, we add your venue to our forthcoming supported building list on this website.

Learn About Your Space and Measure Success

We make it easy to see how people are using your building and the app. In the monthly analytics report we will create for you, you'll see:

  • Number of users in your venue
  • Most popular exhibits and points of interests
  • Most traveled routes and destinations
  • When is the app being used
  • How often is the app being used

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