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The need

We are used to moving in larger buildings everyday, like enormous shopping centers, hospital cities, and huge airports.

What it is harder is taking the best way to our destiny in these large spaces.

People need a simple guidance tool to help them be more effective in their movements and avoid wandering around buildings.


The solution

Everpaths provides a very easy wayfinding tool. The user will simply use his smartphone and the everpaths app to get an interactive map with real time location, like the ones we use when driving, having indoor and outdoor guiding instructions.

The user can browse the destination exploring the map or through the search box. Searching supports free text, 2D codes and NFC tags.

To make this possible, the Everpaths platform uses bluetooth beacons placed strategically in the building so the platform can calculate user location and the best path to destiny.

The backend platform also includes analytic tools wich will help you learn from users by identifying the most requested routes so you can improve the signance of your building and visitor experiencies.

The mobile app supports both iOS and Android smartphones. The app provided can be customized with your corporate colours and logos.

Functionality provided is structured in three main blocks plus the configuration menu:

1. Interactive map. You can drag and click to explore the map, search, change floors, open multimedia contents and listen texto to audio contents. You can request instructions on how to get to an specific point in the map and you get either visual and audio instructions. Instructions are updated as soon as you change your location.

2. Digital building directory. You get a filter box and a list of categories where you search contents by categories. The filter admits NFC tag readings and 2D image codes such as QR.

3. Recomended routes. You get a list of suggested routes inside the space, structured as a list of ordered contents. Specific content can be attached to this suggested routes.

The app can receive push messages from the backend. This push message can be generated automatically when you enter or exit a given area, and also by push campaigns generated by the space administrator.