Smart indoor navigation kiosk
The navigation kiosk is used to support navigation in buildings.
Visitor cards for turnstiles are replaced by smart cards that communicate with kiosks located at the corridor intersections, staircases and elevators in the building. When a visitor reports to the front desk the purpose of a visit to the building, the purpose is assigned to a specific visitor card in the system. If the visitor approaches the kiosk with it, a personalized navigation instruction is displayed (it disappears again when the visitor moves away). This allows the system to handle large numbers of visitors even though it has separate instructions for each one.
The navigation instructions are in the form of an arrow, a text instruction (for the blind it can be a voice instruction) and possibly also a video showing the section from the visitor's current position to the next kiosk (so the visitor does not need to know Czech and actually does not need to be able to read)
The kiosks allow the visitor to plan accessible routes and can react to dynamic constraints in the building (non-functioning elevator, closed corridor, etc.). Kiosks have support for mass events (no cards required) and for evacuation.
Other solutions are designed for buildings without controlled access, such as train stations, hospitals, campuses and other types of buildings.
- Product categorie: 08 Connectivity, communication system and digital services