The new Route Generator tool auto-generates routes, helping users to reduce time and improve the accuracy of routes such as pedestrian and vehicle routes.
Users can add customised remarks to a PDF export for improved insights.
This new feature allows users to add version information or other pertinent notes to PDF exports, which are displayed within the legend.
What3Words is now integrated into the Iventis Planner as an attribute type.
With What3Words, users can quickly pinpoint any 3 x 3 square in the world using a with a simple three-word phase. For instance, the central spot in Wembley stadium is represented by ‘years,spike.raced’. The integration provides users with the ability to:
To see the feature in action, brought to life by Matthew from the Iventis Development Team, click here.
This latest feature enables users to physically walk, drive or cycle a route, such as a marathon route, and import it directly into Iventis to help plan events.
Users can now group data in an attribute table, either by layer or attribute, to instantly see total quantities, costs, or any other specifics. This advanced feature also allows users to group data by more than one level, such as by both venue and layer.
Grouping attribute data makes it easier for planners to keep track of total resources and be able to monitor budgets in real-time. To watch a short explainer video of how to use this feature, click here.
Users can now access the latest global satellite and aerial imagery from Google! Google provides one of the most extensive and detailed sets of imagery across the world.
This latest addition complements the existing collection of imagery providers, enabling users to select the most suitable background for their location.
This new feature provides users with the capability to expand attribute lists with additional columns. For example, a furniture list can now be extended to include suppliers, colours, and prices for each item. This unlocks powerful new analysis opportunities, helping users to closely monitor quantities and costs.
List attributes allow users to select from a list when adding objects to a plan such as a venue, type of equipment, role, or anything else.
This new 3D planning feature allows users to dynamically and precisely resize 3D models. Users can edit the size of:
to plan more accurately. Attributes can also be used to set the type and size of 3D objects.
“The Iventis mapping software has been instrumental with plotting, measuring and storing the relay route on a secure platform. It allows relay planners to use the mapping software as a development tool, creating and amending the routes. Additionally, it allows for multiple user groups, with various access rights, to view or edit plans and see real-time route amendments. Plans can be shared via a link or exported in KML and PDFs files.”
"Iventis helped us to provide a solution-led, end to end service for organisers of The Game Fair from CAD drawings and live operational planning to a visual sales tool that helped mark out the site on the ground."