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Get started with the Woosmap Indoor API. View simple examples, learn the concepts, and create custom indoor maps for your site.

  1. Overview
  2. Indoor Mapping
  3. Early Access

Woosmap Indoor APIs are in Early Access stage. See more details on Early Access here.

Overview

Guide your visitors intuitively through your private spaces with a navigation by Points of Interest (shop name, escalator…). Create a seamless mapping experience by connecting outdoor and indoor digital wayfinding maps.

Indoor Mapping

Indoor Map:

Woosmap Indoor Map for rendering plans of your private space.

The Map-Js library allows developers to render private maps on a world map: add the IndoorRenderer to use it in a web app.

The Woosmap Indoor JS Widget is an extension of the Map Js library that you can retrieve to simplify your integration.

Looking for a POI.

Similar to the Woosmap Store Search API, the Indoor Search API is a dedicated search engine for your own indoor data: search for the PoI of your venue by their characteristics or by autocompletion.

Indoor Distance:

The Indoor Distance API provides the computation of the shortest route between 2 indoor locations, the polyline and the roadbook. Instructions are contextualised to offer a better navigation experience. Indoor turn-by-turn navigation with Points of Interest

Apply as many routing profiles you need on your venue network (e.g. premium customer / staff / security / etc) and leverage them via the Indoor Distance API.

Early Access

Early Access products or features are ready for testing by customers. Publicly announced, Early Access features or products are feature-complete, covered by the Woosmap SLA and technical support, unless otherwise specified in product terms or the terms of a particular Early Access program. Early Access offerings are intended for feedbacks collection and to help Woosmap Teams finely tune product or feature based on those if necessary. The average Early Access stage lasts about six months. In some cases, accessing Early Access features or products may involve contacting our Support to get invitation or feature activation. If prices mentioned, they may be adjusted until the feature or product passes in General Availability stage.

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