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City/county building departments and their component organizations:

  • Public schools

  • Private & religious schools

  • School administrators and support personnel

  • Athletic directors

  • Universities

  • Campus facility management offices 


  • Comply with government mandates and funded programs/bills: all of which can be delivered and/or verified using Arcadus’ 3D digital twins

    • Adhere or follow in the footsteps of various state bills and mandates

      • Florida: Public K-12 school districts are eligible for school mapping data funds under Florida House Bill 301.

      • Illinois: Public K-12 school districts are eligible for crisis response mapping data funds under Illinois Section 50 legislation.

      • Michigan: Public, intermediate, and nonpublic K-12 school districts are eligible for crisis response mapping data funds under Michigan 97d legislation; Michigan Universities are eligible for critical incident mapping funds under Michigan SB173.

      • Texas: All K-12 School districts and open-enrollment charter schools are required to provide DPS with accurate emergency response maps under Texas House Bill 3.

      • Wisconsin: Every public and private school is required to submit blueprints to local law enforcement. All schools are eligible for crisis response mapping data funds under Wisconsin Act 109.

      • Virginia: House Bill 741 provides $6.5 million in state funding to help school districts create digital floor plans for public safety. 

      • Tennessee - HB0322 Requirements - specifies the following requirements for public schools and school districts

        • Schools must share safety plans, floor plans, and security systems access with state and local law enforcement annually

        • All newly built public school facilities must install classroom door locks and secure visitor entry vestibules

  • Comply with and provide evidence of recommended security guidance and practices – including public safety measures (smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, AED defibrillators, etc.)

  • Share models with public safety organizations and systems 

    • Incorporate within 911 CAD applications, onboard vehicle displays, etc.

    • Prepare and plan for emergencies and disasters with a more complete visual basis 

      • Prepare and plan for active shooter situations (ASHER & ALICE)

      • Plan for COVID-like situations re: compartmentalization

  • Present school building attributes via a “virtual tour” (available to authorized/approved users); 

    • Facilitate new student and teacher orientation

    • Present handicapped accessibility features

    • Present school building for “Back to School” night

    • Promote non-academic school facility functions – Voting, community performances, civic meetings and activities

    • Present university housing and available student facilities (gyms, common areas, libraries, etc.)

  • Enhance learning curriculum – Incorporate digital education and training, immersive training (with AR/VR), and leverage more advanced remote learning

  • Benefit from other (broad public sector) scenarios and use cases – link here: Representative Use Cases – Applicable for Most Public Sector Organizations


  • Proactive emergency preparedness and planning as well as health and safety - Our solutions are agile and can be a valuable part of planning exercises to help schools protect their students from harm

  • Need for modernized approaches – Our solutions help organizations achieve greater velocity and efficiencies in saving lives and protecting property

  • Execute with ease and affordability – Our solutions provide fast, easy, and cost-effective tools to scan and produce interactive 3D models, which can be produced by teachers, students, or other non-technical personnel

  • Constrained budgets – Our solutions are delivered at a fraction of the cost of current hardware and software environments, and have ease of use where they can be used “right out of the box”

  • Personnel constraints – Our solutions help schools streamline operations, and single models can be used multiple times for different objectives (One model – multiple missions.)

  • Speed to desired outcomes – Our solutions can scan whole buildings in minutes, and deliver full-featured 3D models the same day. We have scanned entire school districts within a single month (during summer vacation, etc..)

  • Keep pace with technological change – Our solution capabilities offered by 3D digital twins enable schools to remain competitive and differentiated in how students are educated and supported


  • Include as part of existing workflows and processes – Add scanning/capture of a building or space as part of normal activities; a hyperlink to the model can easily be added to existing forms or digital workflows

  • Combine with other data sets re: visual overlays as to where injuries have occurred, where facility maintenance is pending, and other KPIs for staff and contractors

  • Use 3D models for digital space design and planning and site-reconfiguration/optimization design (COVID, increased student populations, etc.) Picture example at right: 

  • Interface with existing systems and workflows – 3D models can be included within facility management systems, building department task management, and other school and education systems to improve context and documentation amongst all stakeholders


What Next?

Arcadus understands the local government building agency operations and how 3D models can help improve your school/organization. <Click here> to connect with us, join one of our recurring complimentary “Workout Sessions” or schedule a 1:1 discussion re: your situation and objectives.

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