By combining MazeMap’s interactive indoor maps with your Facilities Management System (FMS) or Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS), you get a service that helps to keep campus managers engaged with building users.
With recent advances in technology, organizations within the corporate, education, and healthcare sectors are seeing the opportunity to create smarter buildings that make use of a range of innovative digital technologies, such as heatmaps.
In today’s world, outdoor maps are a necessity. Mapping applications come pre-installed on our smartphones and we use them regularly to help us locate new places. But what about when it comes to finding our way inside?
MazeMap and Cisco’s partnership goes back to 2014, when MazeMap became Cisco’s preferred solution partner. Over the years, our partnership has continued to grow, with MazeMap developing strong solutions with Cisco Webex and Cisco DNA Spaces.
With the Hybrid Workplace in Mind, Cisco Webex and MazeMap Are Using Market Leading WiFi Technology To Aid Post Pandemic Planning
Once you’ve got your maps set-up, the next step is to let your end-users know. Read on to discover our top ways to promote your new solutions to building users
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Many of us rely on technology to help us as we go about our daily lives. As consumers, our experiences are becoming more interactive and personalized.
We explore how meeting room and desk booking tools go hand in hand with digital wayfinding to create a more collaborative office environment.
See how the University of Twente has used the MazeMap platform to set up innovative IoT visualizations.
Planon and MazeMap are partnering to integrate Planon’s software for real estate, space, and asset management and MazeMap’s digital wayfinding solutions.
In collaboration with the MazeMap platform, The University of Auckland have implemented a system for contact tracing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Discover how one of the UK’s leading universities is collaborating with MazeMap to create a range of innovative university solutions.
Help employees return to work safely and maintain social distancing with our solutions.
We explain how our technology can help students and staff make a smooth return to campus.
Exploring how our wayfinding technology can help hospitals during the coronavirus outbreak.
What are the benefits of indoor mapping for universities? Discover how an indoor wayfinding solution can help to solve a number of commonly encountered problems.
Only three months ago, we introduced you to the newest MazeMappers. Since then, our family has grown even more! So, without further ado, let us introduce you to the newest of the new...
At MazeCon 2019 we announced a competition to our participating customers. The goal of the competition was to motivate our customers into taking measures that would increase user uptake of their MazeMap over the following 6 months.
It’s been a fantastic year here at MazeMap, and our family has doubled over the past 12 months! So before this year comes to a close, I’d like to introduce you to the new members of the MazeMap Team who have joined us this year!
MazeMap has been working with Cisco location services since 2011, and has enjoyed a strong relationship with Cisco as a preferred solution partner ever since its inception as a company.
MazeMap helps St. Olav’s hospital reduce their level of missed appointments by 31 % in a two year period, saving the hospital 1.5M USD annually.
The Arctic University of Norway was the first MazeMap customer to install an integration with Microsoft Outlook, allowing them to automatically attach map links with directions at the bottom of their meeting invitations. The results surpassed our expectations.
Uppsala University officially launched their MazeMap installation in August 2017, and has since set a record in speedy user uptake.
MazeMap hosted their annual customer conference in Trondheim, Norway in April 2018.
By popular demand from our customers, MazeMap has developed a unique interface for kiosk navigation.
With over 27 000 user sessions each week on average, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is one of MazeMap’s most active and popular installations globally. How did they manage to create this success?
With 160 000 sqm of indoor space, over 700 sessions, 12 000 attendants and roughly 120 exhibitors, Cisco Live 2017 in Berlin is a very challenging place to find your way around. MazeMap has set out to solve this challenge.
For a lot of universities, International students represent a way to increase international recognition and cultural diversity, as well as being a good source of income that can be transformed into offering a better education product and perform further research. It is indeed so that most universities strive to keep their number of international students high.
Indoor maps are becoming a relatively common infrastructure in large building complexes. Airports, shopping malls, universities, hospitals and other public building structures are leading the way, and users of these buildings are steadily starting to expect digital wayfinding solutions and smarter, more efficient buildings.
Asset tracking at hospitals is a question that we get more and more from our customers, and it is indeed a very strong use case for indoor positioning technology. The idea of tagging different machinery, staff and patients to ensure more efficient operations and less waste of resources in hospitals is very interesting, and something we are putting in a lot of efforts on together with partners and customers at the moment. In this post, we will be looking at important aspects you should assess if considering an asset tracking system.
This blog post continues our series on how mobile technology can help universities create a competitive advantage in offering a superior student experience. In the previous part, we discussed what sort of mobile content that makes sense to provide on a mobile platform. This post will focus on how universities can turn the tables and use mobile hardware technology to something useful for both students and the universities themselves.
In a map application, such as Google Maps or Apple Maps, the blue dot tells you where you are. How can your mobile phone know where you are?
Research shows that students are increasingly looking at the overall student experience when choosing a university. This means that universities need to adapt and focus on enhancing the student experience to compete for the best students. At the same time, studies show that mobile-related trends will dominate university campuses over the next five years.