Wayfinding

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Getting people where they need to be is no easy task in a large facility or on a vast campus. Interactive digital signage offers powerful solutions to relegate that awkwardly folded, printed map to the pages of history.

  • A hospital wayfinding system linked to the patient database prints a map to patients’ rooms
  • A convention hotel connects with a scheduling system and has a large meeting schedule display in the lobby plus smaller panels by meeting room doors displaying the events inside
  • Mall shoppers key in a brand name product to learn which stores carry the product and get directions to the stores
  • Air travelers enter a flight or destination, find the gate number and learn where they can buy coffee on the way there
  • Facility managers easily and instantly update the system when a tenant moves in or out, and the change doesn’t cost a penny

From a simple, non interactive way pointing solution through to a multilevel, dynamic path drawing solution, we have a solution that will match your budget and needs. Contact us to find out more.

Wayfinding options include:

  • Non-interactive wayfinding messaging
  • Integration with your meeting room event database and maps
  • Pathdrawing enables the user to see dynamic paths on how to get somewhere from where they currently are
  • A simple to use back-end GUI for dynamically changing your tenants/rooms etc. Unlike other solutions you do not have to outsource this service
  • Push to mobile – once you have your directions you can request to have them sent to your mobile device



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