The National Autistic Society (NAS) awards Ocean 3D their ‘Autism Friendly Award'
Hot on the heels of winning New Civil Engineers ‘Future of Airports’ competition a few weeks ago, Ocean 3D believe they are the first recipient of the NAS award without a physical location (their clients don't visit them, they visit their clients).
“Rosalind Osborne – Non-Exec Director, Ocean 3D Ltd displays an exemplary level of knowledge of autism and Chris – Director, Ocean 3D Ltd … is developing (his) own level of knowledge of Autism."
"They have used the Future of Airports Innovation Gateway Award …… to improve the level of understanding among airports and, it should also be said that Ros’s own efforts to promote autism awareness through signing up people to do Understanding Autism training should be highly praised.” Leo Capella - Autism Access Specialist
“Ocean3D’s product addresses a community that hitherto have not been given a huge amount of support in a very innovative way and will have a real impact on the customers.” Jason Fowler - British Aviation Group Deputy Chair
Ocean3D have worked with several major names to create interactive 3D tours, including DoubleTree for Hilton, Marco Pierre White group and Queens-Award-Winning Weston College in Weston-Super-Mare.
Current projects includes producing tours for an academy group of schools in West Cornwall and working to make Bodmin the first autism friendly town of its kind.
Ocean3D has created a number of scans which are freely available for educational and non-commercial projects which can be viewed here www.ocean3d.co.uk/gallery
Ocean3D’s product addresses a community that hitherto have not been given a huge amount of support in a very innovative way and will have a real impact on the customers.