Application. For the first time, conference organisers planning events at the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) can map out their use of the Stage One Centre expansion development as the ACC introduces new planning technology this month - iMap. The ACC’s existing and new facilities will be brought to life with the launch of the iMap Interactive Floor Plan application software.
The ACC is the first Australian venue using the innovative iMap software. Fully customised and designed specifically for the Adelaide Convention Centre, iMap is an easy-to-use interactive tool for planning, presentation and collaboration which quickly allows meeting and event planners to visualise the space. Event organisers will be able to identify the perfect space for their needs with information such as floor level descriptions, individual meeting room capacities and their set ups.
Communication tools are then built with iMap to conveniently allow users the ability to mark-up the floor plans, create planning notes, and present specific details about an event. These details can then be printed or directly emailed to colleagues and other stakeholders.
Adelaide Convention Centre chief executive Alex Gilbert says existing and potential clients using iMap will find it easier to visualise the Centre and make decisions when organising conferences and events. "As the first venue in Australia to use this innovative software, we are providing prospective clients with the best experience possible when planning their events,” explains Mr Gilbert.
“It will enable our clients to work out what space will be suitable for the number of expected delegates and really understand the layout of the Centre. This then helps the client to discuss the various options with our business development team before deciding upon a final solution. Additionally, as the Centre is committed to environmental sustainability, the iMap solution reduces the need for printed paper floor plans, brochures and marketing materials.”