Georeferenced high-resolution 360 Video that's project specific

VRM Group was born out of the need to improve project planning and design for all stakeholders - from inception to post construction. Site-specific imagery can be invaluable, but on most projects, team members end up searching through photos that have stacked up on a server only to find photos that aren’t in the right location. It can be even more frustrating to have a photo in the right location, but in the wrong direction. Aerials and drone footage can fill in some of the gaps, but a 360-view from the ground provides imagery in the right location and all directions. This is true for all phases of a project, including planning, permitting, design, bidding, construction, as-builts, and monitoring, which is essential for design and asset management.

Photos are great. Until they aren't.

In this increasingly digital world, everyone involved in a project relies on imagery. Unfortunately, most imagery is biased in aspect and/or discipline. If you ask people from different disciplines to take pictures of what they think is important, you will end up with very different sets of photos. How many times have you looked through a photo database, server-based or map based, to find that no one has captured what you are looking for? To capture the image needed you end up having someone in the field (or you) take a snapshot to communicate a specific issue, which is reactionary.

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Imagine having high-resolution imagery of the entire project that doesn’t have a bias. Sure, aerial and drone footage can fill in some gaps, but nothing replaces a “boots on the ground” view. VRM Group’s 360 imagery provides that view. It can be used by all team members, regardless of discipline. If you need to look at something from a different angle, just scroll forward or back in the video. Need to look up/down/left/right? Just drag your mouse. There are going to be instances where you need a different view than the video can provide, but VRM Group’s 360 video will greatly decrease those issues.

We have the tools

Creating georeferenced 360 video in up to 8K resolution requires cutting-edge hardware and computer processing. VRM Group is committed to stay on top of technology as it changes so you don’t have to.

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custom computers for 8K video processing

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client-friendly External Hardware for product delivery

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terabytes of capacity for processing & storage

Who We Serve

  • Restoration planning

    360 video of existing conditions can be used for design. Subsequent 360 video can provide an as-built baseline, which can be used for environmental compliance and monitoring.

  • Asset Management

    Conducting 360 video walkthroughs at regular intervals provide asset managers with a way to QA/QC asset tabulations.

  • Power & Energy Infrastructure

    VRM Group has worked closely with utilities to provide as-built documentation for virtual asset management while adhering to the cyber- security requirements.

  • Road & Transportation Design

    VRM Group can provide georeferenced ground level documentation of existing road conditions and post-construction as-builts.

  • As-Built Assessments

    Georeferenced ground level 360 video provides a "boots on the ground" virtual tour of any project.


  • Safety & Evacuation Plan Training

    360 video walk through of schools restricted facilities, government, or corporate buildings can provide an invaluable training tool for emergency services.

Field Example Videos

Move your mouse around the video to get a 360 degree viewpoint.

A large utility provider was already in the design approval process for a facility. The initial design was centered around utilizing an existing utility panel. During a scoping meeting, the project manager brought up VRM Group's 360 video of the location which showed that the panel had been removed.  If the design had proceeded based on the existing as-builts, it would have resulted in inaccurate bids, change orders, redesign, and a delay in the in-service timeline.