We need to navigate ourselves not only around cities but in many other places. We need to find our way all the time. All of us have seen traditional, static wayfinding signs, mazes of colors and lines, with”you-are-here” indications. These signs are not always effective especially if compared to digital sign displays for wayfinding purposes that can use both visual and auditory cues for navigation. Interactive digital maps can help visitors, patients and staff members experience no confusion and orient themselves easily in campuses, retail stores, hotels and many more.
In a building where there are 5 000 visitors, and each of them needs to be directed to the right office, the cost of giiving directions and explaining what is the right office for every one of them would be too high; implementing a digital wayfinding system brings huge savings, and even more important is the new ly increased convenience and time savings for both visitors and employees in the building.
Quietly and discreetly convey information to tourists or visitors, looking to find the fastest or the most convenient route to a location of interest without bothering staff who couldn’t always keep all available information handy. Wayfinding kiosks give relevant information and provide customers with the service and help they need, while creating a memorable interactive experience, which will make them coming back for more.
People do not want to waste time searching for a location they take for granted. Easier navigation means better guest experience, which is great for business: a digital map can save your customers and your business lots of trouble and unnecessary expenses.