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How our 3D Tours are helping to keep people safe

The COVID-19 Pandemic has meant we have all had to make significant adjustments to the way we live our lives. Our 3D virtual tours have taken on a unique role during the pandemic helping businesses, retailers, employers to keep their venues, shops or places of work open and safe – 24/7. By offering virtual tours and 3D walkthroughs to customers, visitors and staff, businesses have been able to show people around, embed important information, provide web links to products and services or even embed videos to give a very personal touch and help explain things further. 

Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you with your Covid-19 planning.

Virtual visits

Many businesses are struggling because they physically can't allow prospective customers inside their premises. A virtual tour can enable you to invite people in. A virtual tour allows online viewers to see inside, download information helping with remote sales and bookings.

Shops, care homes, wedding venues etc are all able to virtually ‘open their doors’ helping to generate interest and sales leads - despite customers not being able to physically visit the venue or premises.

Return to work safely

As businesses start to bring staff back to the office, a virtual tour is a great way to give your staff (and any visitors) relevant information about what they will need to be aware of before they arrive back in the office. Explaining social distancing requirements, providing risk assessments, showing new desk arrangements or embedding a video from the boss welcoming the team back are all possible with our cutting edge 3D tours.

Keeping staff & customers safe

Keeping your staff and customers safe is your number one priority. Our virtual tours can be used to show visitors/staff what to expect in advance of their arrival. Unique 'tags' can give clear instructions and downloadable information and within our tours we can highlight important areas such as hand sanitising areas, social distancing requirements as well as entrance and exit routes etc.