The Street SmartTM Widget for ArcGIS introduces high resolution street-level imagery to Web Apps that you build with the Web AppBuilder. The widget works with the Web AppBuilder Developer edition 2.0 and up, or, if your organization uses ArcGIS Enterprise, you can use the widget with Web AppBuilder integrated into Portal for ArcGIS.
Cyclomedia uses a unique, patented recording system that creates parallax-free 360° spherical images with high accuracy. Cyclomedia vehicles capture GeoCycloramas every 5 meters, which allows you to view buildings, objects, public green and roads from various angles. These GeoCycloramas enable precision measurements for asset inventories and convenient field checking for condition assessments from the office.
With theStreet SmartTM Widget integrated into your Web App, Cyclomedia’s imagery and many features of Street SmartTM become available:
- View both current and historical
- View detailed GeoCyclorama
- Display various overlays on top of GeoCycloramas, including user-defined overlays
- Perform different types of measurements in GeoCycloramas, such as point, distance, surface and height measurements
- Export your view to PNG images
18.1 - first version with viewing,overlay and measuring (no storage)
19.1 - second version with store measured features and more settings flexibility.
19.2 - with feature attribute window for ArcGIS
19.3 - small updates
20.3 - small updates
Cyclomedia is market and technology leader in large-scale systematic visualization of environments, creating 360° panoramic street-level images from public roads (GeoCycloramas). The in-house developed and patented technology allows the accurately positioned panoramic imagery to be produced on a nationwide scale in a highly automated production and quality control process.
Contact a Subject Matter Expert to learn more about Cyclomedia products and services: email@example.com
- Asset Tracking and Analysis
- Field Service Management
- Situational Awareness
- Electric and Gas Utilities
- ArcGIS Enterprise
- ArcGIS Online
June 15th, 2018