PassageWay At The Museums and Heritage Show (15th – 16th May, 2019)

Smart Mobility and Digital Wayfinding Signs For Major Tourist Attractions

We’re pleased to announce that PassageWay smart mobility and digital wayfinding signs have been selected by the DIT to attend the Museums and Heritage show at London Olympia on the 15th and 16th May 2019. We will be attending at the DIT stand (B8) at the show and available to attend 1-2-1 meetings throughout the 2-day event.

For more information about the show please visit their website

To book a meeting please send us an email

PassageWay For Major Visitor Attractions:

Managing tourism congestion is a major concern for visitor attractions such as Royal Palaces, Art Galleries, Museums and pop-up events.

Public transport plays an essential role in city tourism development. It is often the prime means for visitors to get about the city, to access heritage and cultural sites, and to access local businesses. Indeed the development of public transport infrastructure is key to the success of many visitor attractions generating sufficient revenue.

It is therefore important for museums, galleries and heritage destinations to inform visitors about local transport options, to help reduce reliance on private car usage and to ensure that visitors can get to their next destination with the minimal hassle.

Smart Mobility and Digital Wayfinding Signs
PassageWay Transforms Digital Totems into Smart Mobility and Digital Wayfinding Signs

The issue for tourists is that they often are not aware of their options when it comes to public transport. Therefore they fall back to taking easy options such as taxis or Ubers, which inevitably lead to greater local congestion and pollution, especially when their next destination may actually be within walking distance. It is also unrealistic to expect all visitors to have all the Apps necessary to have true visibility on all real-time transit information.

PassageWay real-time smart mobility and digital wayfinding signs provide a supportive solution to visitor attractions in their tourist management and sustainability strategies. PassageWay achieves this by displaying real-time, really local transit and wayfinding information, curated specifically for the visitor attraction. With accuracy narrowed to a few metres, PassageWay real-time smart mobility and digital wayfinding can be tailored to multiple exit points, ensuring contextual relevance to visitors.