Wayfinding Kiosks

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Touch-Interactive Directions

Wayfinding is a type of touchscreen kiosk application that aids visitors in navigating through building structures likes malls, convention centers, and airports. Our wayfinding applications are custom made to your building and can allow your visitors to search via floor, category, or keyword.

Our Wayfinder/Directory Kiosks will provide an extremely helpful service to your attendees and businesses alike by providing a detailed and interactive map of your facilities. You can additionaly include sections for paid advertisements for an extra revenue stream!


Key Functions

• Custom made 3-D map of facilities + Directory

• Search via floor, category, or keyword

• Show best route from kiosk to chosen destination

• Include sections for paid advertisements

• Play promotional or advertisement videos on idle screen


Content Creation

Creating the content for digital signage solutions is the most time consuming and costly aspect of the project, often more so than the hardware itself.

Our team of diligent content builders will work with you to create the Wayfinder and Directory system of your specifications.


Customized User Interface

The user interface design is up to you - tell our Content Builders how you want your layout to look.


Custom Kiosk Designs

Our kiosks are fantastic with Wayfinding. They come as a complete hardware and software solution package that includes a Samsung panel with a touchscreen overlay, a built in PC with preinstalled Windows, and an outer frame with a backlit logo insert area. They can be customized to any shape and orientation, placed outdoors, and can be dual sided. Different components such as a webcam, credit card reader, bar code scanner, and thermal printer can be embedded into the outer frame.

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Signage Management

Our wayfinding application is run through Q-Sign, our signage management software. With Q-Sign, you can manage multiple kiosks through a remote PC; removing the requirement of being physically there. From your remote PC, you can also send instantaneous emergency alerts and broadcasts to all kiosks.

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