connected hospital

The Future of Connected Hospitals

Health care is one of the biggest challenges of this century. We’re in a state of disruptive transformation across every industry, where technology is reshaping the way we live. It’s reshaping the way we work. But what happens when it reshapes the way we heal?  The promise of a connected hospital and connected health care providers is all about facing …

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Transforming Transport Networks

Transport is one of the biggest challenges facing cities today. Helping citizens and residents and visitors get around multilayered urban environments – that’s an ambitious goal. Tech has made users expect tech. Growth has made transport complex, with so many moving parts that navigating it for a user is getting exponentially harder. For providers, managing delays, alerts, information, changes and …

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smart-cities

PAM Connecting Future Cities with 15 of UK’s Top Innovators

15 UK’s most agile smart city innovators, flown to Sydney for two intensive days talking to Australia’s leading startups in smart city solutions. The Future Cities Mission looked to help boost innovation on UK soil and to open discourse on smart cities.   Attending were British innovators including the creator of Heathrow Airport’s self-driving pods, Westfield Technology Group, smart parking …

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Sara in the Studio - Behind the scenes

Sara in the Studio: Behind the Scenes

Sara, a long time user of PAM, is a designer with Brandculture. She has worked on projects in major healthcare, transport, and education facilities. Most recently working with us on the $1billion revamp of the University of Technology Sydney. A recent convert to PAM we wanted to talk to her about her work and experience in wayfinding. How long have …

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Plans of action

Interview on Innovation at University of Technology Sydney

In the excitement of our recent installation of wayfinding kiosks at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). To discuss this project in greater detail, we went straight to the source – Bryce Cox and Steve Plummer. These two, as part of the PAM UX team, worked behind the scenes on the kiosk development and knew all the ins and outs. …

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