Cincinnati, OH, May 10, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- A museum exhibits artifacts, monuments, invaluable documents and irreplaceable remnants from the centuries past. Visitors' engagement with the museum resembles a space-time travel expedition as each exhibit has a remarkable story behind it. In that sense, no amount of time is sufficient for a fulfilling experience at the museum.
Recent studies reveal that visitor experience in museums is on a downward spiral due to:
-Crowd concentration at specific exhibits only
-Mediocre levels of participation during events and meet-ups
-Sparse communication between curators and visitors due to lack of a tech platform
-Absence of graphic information displayed regarding each exhibit
To ensure visitor experience stays paramount, museum curators are now turning to indoor wayfinding and navigation tech for superior facility management.
The Pigeon positioning and navigation platform provides an amazing experience for visitors with point to point wayfinding and features such as location based services, safety tips and alerts, real-time location tracking and events scheduling and RSVP among others.
Srisys Inc., a US based software firm, developed this app keeping in mind the problems and challenges visitors face in large facilities like museums, resorts, airports, convention centers and etc. The CEO of SRISYS Inc. Vijay Sabbineni said, “Pigeon has been built as an asset tracking and navigational platform for museums to engage visitors better while aiding in venue management. Pigeon has exciting features to allow smoother collaboration between curators and visitors."
The Pigeon app has been upgraded constantly to suit the management of large facilities like museums. Users of this app will also receive vital safety alerts and information in relation to their position while in the venue and to monitor their plan of action in case of any unforeseen occurrence as well.