Reliability, Scalability and Maintenance: The Benefits of Infrastructure-Free Solutions for Wayfinding.
Indoor wayfinding is key part of improving people’s experience in your building and campus by eliminating frustration from getting lost, interacting with visitors to increase commercial profitability, and improving accessibility.
Personal independence is a universal human desire, but it’s also something that most of us take for granted, particularly when it comes to our mobility and freedom to explore.
Poor mobility is a cause of severe social exclusion and poor life outcomes; reducing access to employment and negatively effecting health and social wellbeing. In addition to the impact on people with disabilities themselves, parents, adult children and carers can carry a high financial,
emotional and time consuming burden too; one that often continues into a disabled child’s adulthood and throughout old age.
Whilst a person’s environment can pose obstacles, the key insight from the profession of Orientation and Mobility is that a person’s perception and mobility are intertwined.