Laboratory 3D Virtual Tours
EPA Laboratories - Forensic Labs - FDA Labs - Bio-hazard Chemical Labs - CDC Labs - Analytical Laboratories
Want to bring customers, clients, and peers into your lab without disrupting the scientific process? Now you can with our interactive 3D Virtual Tours!
In a time where transparency in the scientific process is extremely critical, virtual tours are providing laboratories with the necessary tools to help clients, customers, and consumers visualize their facility and its laboratory processes. Quite often, third party entities have a need to learn about the inner workings of a laboratory environment, however, laboratory personnel know firsthand the problems involved with providing in-person tours. This is where an interactive 3D Virtual Tour of the work-space provides incredible benefit to laboratory personnel and visitors.
3D VISUALIZATION FOR LABORATORIES
Matterport 3D Virtual Tours provide viewers an interactive step-by-step walk-through of your laboratory accessible anytime day or night right from their phone or tablet. 3D Virtual tours provide an interactive top down floor plan view of the entire space providing viewers a better perspective of your specialized testing instrumentation, laboratory prep space, storage accommodations, and the overall layout of your lab.
DECREASE WORKFLOW INTERRUPTIONS
Work disruption, privacy issues, and sample contamination are just a few of the issues facing labs when requested to give a tour of their facility. Having to put aside time sensitive work and confidential data preparing for lengthy laboratory tours are no longer necessary with the incorporation of a 3D Virtual Tour into your workflow. Laboratories can now provide future clients, upper management, regulatory agencies and other interested parties with the opportunity to see and understand your facility's design and workflow process in an immersive and interactive way, allowing them to become familiar with your full suite of services, and sampling capabilities. As your 3D virtual tour provider, we can create a 3D representation of your facility designed to deliver a comprehensive look into your testing or analytical facility freeing up you and your staff to conduct the important testing your lab was designed to do.
FORENSIC LABS USE 3D VIRTUAL TOURS TO CONNECT WITH THE OUTSIDE
Outside entities often need to see behind the scenes of the sample analysis work performed by forensic labs, however, allowing non-vetted personnel access into these areas can lead to all sorts of issues. Laboratory workers are forced to store sensitive data away out of the view of non-laboratory personnel and time-sensitive laboratory analysis must be put on hold until such lab tour is completed which can cause considerable amount of delays in work production. 3D Virtual Tours can overcome all of these obstacles by providing unrestricted 24/7 virtual access into these secure facilities anytime day or night. Non-laboratory employees including associated police personnel, court staff, partnering laboratories and anyone else needing a firsthand look into the crime lab instrumentation and associated processes can view the space anytime from their desktop or mobile device.
ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING LABORATORIES
Analytical and Environmental Testing Laboratories offer a wide range of analytical testing including the organic and inorganic analyses of water, groundwater, storm water, wastewater, soil and hazardous waste samples. Labs of this nature service a large variety of clients some of whom wish to gain a better perspective on the service capabilities of the laboratory. Photos and flyers don't always show the true capacity and abilities of the lab. 3D Virtual Tours however give prospective clients and customers a true to life, fully comprehensive view of the laboratory space.
MEDIA TAGS ENHANCING 3D VIRTUAL TOURS
Our 3D tours can also be customized with Media Tags. These are interactive hot spots containing video, images, hyperlinks, and text descriptions that can be linked to specific physical locations in your tour. They are an excellent way of communicating valuable information to your clients and customers such as specific analysis testing, specialized instrumentation, storage capacity, and overall design layout of the facility.