A company that chooses to digitise its services has greater flexibility in offering customers a more personalised shopping experience. In addition, it allows customer data to be quickly obtained and analysed and can be a powerful marketing and communication tool.

Digital word of mouth

Digitisation starts from a very simple concept: the great success of social networks is based on personal relationships that until a few decades ago were called ‘word of mouth’, and give everyone the opportunity to create their own ‘world’ made up of relationships, interests and personal and professional choices. Digitisation, for us, does not equate to the creation of mere virtual tours, but aims to build an ecosystem of networked activities.

Connecting Dots

The creation of a digital twin provides the customer with a container to be filled with all kinds of content: depending on the type of business, an intelligent menu is designed that can guide the user through the products and services, making him or her want to visit the physical space as soon as they get the chance.

A menu that can be a digital concierge able to give information and suggestions as if we were at the reception of a hotel, a digital maitre d’ that accompanies us in the choice of dishes and their knowledge, a digital sommelier that offers us the possibility of entering the companies where the wine we are tasting is created, etc. Our idea of digitisation is therefore very simple: connecting dots.


Digital Twins

Ultra-high definition digital transpositions of the interior and exterior of any location.


Digital Territories

Navigable aerial spaces that are built by mapping the territory with drones shooting in 4K 360°.


Digital Ecosystems

Linking multiple 360° panoramas through hotspots placed at specific points within the aerial panoramas.