Kimap.Pro – The professional mapping application
Besides the Kimap navigator, Kinoa has also developed an application for mapping accessibility, architectural barriers, roads and tourist paths.
The application automatically detects the quality of the ground covered, classifying data with an innovative patented methodology. Kimap.pro is Kinoa’s main work instrument which enables the inclusion of various types of manual signals: photo geolocation, slopes, temporary worksites, landmarks and places of interest, text notes and oral comments
Mapping places of interest
One of the main tasks in mapping is to collect information on places of interest so as to generate the information and data necessary to create detailed maps and provide information for a tourist or user on accessibility in the area frequented.
Museums, churches, restaurants, stations, public toilets and many other facilities can be mapped and classified thanks to Kimap.pro technology with a series of detailed and constantly updated information on universal accessibility.
Identification of tourist itineraries in cities of art
nother application of Kimap.pro technology focuses on identifying – after careful mapping guided by the Kinoa team with especially formed local realities – the most attractive and globally accessible tourist itineraries, starting from an urban area’s key points.
These itineraries will become actual interactive routes included in dedicated web portals or smartphone applications which anyone can use. From the time he leaves the plane or parks his car the user, the tourist, will be guided along the most suggestive itineraries with information on the routes to follow; this information can then be enhanced with further data and will go towards updating existing maps.
Trails and trekking
With Kimap.Pro it is possible to map and identify accessibility of paths, trails and trekking routes for people with motor impairment or simply for those who prefer easy, hazard-free routes.
The quality of the ground, slopes, barriers and places of interest will be recorded. In addition, alternative routes to those proposed by tourist guide books will be identified for the purpose of signalling different itineraries to complete a route or a path.
The maps and itineraries produced will be visible in smartphone applications and web portals where the user will be able to programme every detail before his trip or even while moving along a pathway. The maps will be printable and consultable just like a real guide book in various formats depending on the level of detail.