OnePlan launches new fully interactive event planning in 3D and 3D+

OnePlan, a sports event site planning platform, is launching a new product: fully interactive event planning in 3D and 3D+.
OnePlan, a sports event site planning platform, is launching a new product: fully interactive event planning in 3D and 3D+.

OnePlan, a sports event site planning platform, is launching a new product: fully interactive event planning in 3D and 3D+.

It enables venue and stadium planners to collaborate in full 3D, in real-time, moving objects and infrastructure as they wish, and with realistic views of how their stadiums, venues, and sites will actually look during their events.

OnePlan is already being used by FIBA (International Basketball Federation) and World Triathlon, as well as teams from the English Premier League, NBA, and MLB—plus Glastonbury Festival and many more using its innovative technology.

Users will now be able to customize any aspect of their event site in 3D+ for day or night; lighting on or off; in rain or shine; for flooding; and more.

The innovation includes:

  • World-first ability to place objects (stages, staff, barriers, lights, vehicles, marquees, and more) in 3D locations anywhere in real-time, including on different floor levels of a stadium or venue
  • Access aerial imagery up to 16x higher resolution than standard maps
  • Plan for any event scenario like never before – time of day, weather, flooding, evacuation and more

“Event site planning will never be the same again. Being able to plan and collaborate all aspects of your event site – barriers, marquees, stages, staff and so much more in 3D+ is an incredible jump forward for event planners,” said Paul Foster, OnePlan CEO. “OnePlan now lets you see how your event will look in any scenario—for indoor or outdoor venues, day or night, and for any weather or emergency conditions. This is truly the next generation of event and venue planning.”

OnePlan is an event site planning platform used for more than 1,000 events in over 50 countries.

Its CEO, Paul Foster, has planned event sites for six Olympic and Paralympic Games, two Commonwealth Games, World Athletics Championships, as well as Football and Rugby World Cups.