Display Navigo Directory Information and Wayfinding Maps on Individual Smartphones

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Navigo's software to display maps and information is now viewable on individual smartphones giving users a location specific hand-held navigation system.

The Navigo directory information and wayfinding maps may now be accessed from end-user’s smartphones.

Information provided on the Navigo Active Signage, Directory or Wayfinding solutions are easily viewed on individual smartphones turning any phone into a handheld GPS. Location specific maps with animated paths to requested destinations and step-by-step text directions are instantly displayed on smarthphones.

Now users have the choice to view information and maps from their home computer, at the kiosk with option to print or to be downloaded to their Smartphone.

Any information may be made available to download such as coupon codes, event schedules, biographical information, etc. “If Navigo is installed at a shopping center, they may want to feature special discounts or coupons,” said Natalie Bobila, vice president of sales and marketing. “If the Navigo System is installed at a college campus, they may want to provide links to the calendar of events for the month. Commercial office property managers can advertise space for lease and government or public buildings can provide links to additional information about specific agencies. No matter the industry, QR Codes allow more exposure to specific information with the push of a button.”

Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. provides touchscreen directories and digital signage for Corporate Buildings, Hospitals, Government & Private Facilities, Universities, Museums and other Public Buildings. Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. product line, Navigo includes solutions for Wayfinding, Digital Signage and Visitor Badging/Processing. For more information on recent installations and general product information, please contact Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc at (800) 652-4830.

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