Transforming navigation: Living Map's Digital Wayfinding in Action

Experience seamless and exceptional customer journeys with Living Map's digital mapping and wayfinding solutions. Whether it's a hospital, shopping centre, or university campus, our products redefine navigation in today's fast-paced world. Hit play to see our digital wayfinding in action.

The vital role of data analytics and AI in digital wayfinding

In a world bustling with activity, finding our way through complex spaces can be both challenging and time-consuming. This is where digital wayfinding steps in, revolutionising navigation by harnessing the power of data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI)

Unlocking the potential of smart places: why investing in infrastructure matters

Learn why smart infrastructure is a crucial element in successful smart place design in Peter Asman's latest "Unlocking the potential of smart places" blog post. Discover how investing in infrastructure allows you to collect data, enhance accessibility and reduce user stress while growing your smart place. Catch up on the third instalment of this informative blog series now.

The rise of smart places: Enhancing user experience and connectivity indoors

In the second instalment of our four part series, 'The Rise of Smart Places', explore the advantages of a smart building, including better connectivity, access, route planning, and control. Learn how Living Map's platform can improve the user experience in various industries, from museums and universities to shopping malls and airports.

Revolutionising our world through smart technology

Join us on our journey through the world of smart technology. This blog series explores the evolution of smart technology and its impact on our lives. In the first of our four part series, discover how smart places such as cities and towns are leveraging technology to become more sustainable and efficient. With a passion for technology and a deep understanding of the subject, this blog series is a must-read for all tech enthusiasts