The VMAP system employs a geodesic array of 11 video sensors that capture
video in all directions. The camera design allows VMAP’s advanced
stitching software to seamlessly tie together all 11 feeds into a single spherical
video. The viewer is then able to click and drag on the video screen to look
around in any direction, at any time while the video is playing. As a visual
intelligence tool, the system is unrivalled.
Learn more about how we address Nuclear Security concerns related to our Video Mapping Service
Live Streaming 360 Video
We are now offering a live streaming version of
the same technology we use for video maps. Perfect for site security.
VMAP - Video Maps - viewer controlled immersive video
VMAP Nuclear can capture imagery of your plant's buildings and facilities that
helps engineers, work planners, and maintenance workers see into the intricate
facility without risking unnecessary worker exposure.
VMAP sets the standard for 360ş Spherical
Imagery with the Dodeca® 2360. Using
11 video streams arranged according
to geodesic geometry, our cameras capture
complete spherical imagery:
high-resolution, 360º views that are
seamlessly stitched together. Completely
portable, the result is dynamic, viewer-controlled
video that can be used in many
applications such as outage service planning, resource management,
emergency response operations, and
ALARA Health Physics.
How could you use this?
Your engineers can now tour your facility before stepping foot inside the building.
Give better training to your contractors who are not familiar with the layout of your plant. Management
can now review the facility from external locations. More people can now have access to your facility
without the actual exposure.
- Dose Reduction
- Easily show navigation to critical components
- Map paths to work areas and virtually walk the path
- View work areas to supplement pre-job briefs and promote safety
- Make a 360º visual record of critical enclosures - ex: reactor building close-out
- Help in planning for refurbishing and repair of plant facilities