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UNSW collaboration project

PAM is excited to share a milestone in the progress of our digital twin and intelligent precinct management collaboration projects with the University of New South Wales (UNSW). For some time, PAM and the UNSW GRID team have been working closely to develop privacy-preserving environmental intelligence sensors and scanners that provide real-time crowd and vehicular information integrated directly to PAMOS, …

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8 ways navigation tech can redefine retail

More than a year after the outbreak, the seismic impact of the COVID-19 disaster on the retail business continues to resonate. Retailers have seen transitory effects, such as grocery hoarding and garment overstock. It’s gradually giving way to new customer habits and business practices that may permanently change the sector, after being forced to close stores overnight and swiftly ramp …

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New features improve accessibility

New software updates have made PAM more accessible than ever by adding new features to Kiosk settings. The new Distance Ring and Adjustable Menu give users clear information on their surroundings and enable more user engagement. Distance Ring The distance ring will provide the user a visual guide on walking distance based on the current location of the kiosk. The …

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PAM joins Austrade Excelerate Born Global program

PAM is pleased to announce it is working with Austrade across the key markets of North America, UK , Singapore and Japan. Austrade supports Australian technology businesses with high growth potential such as PAM, to accelerate their expansion into international markets. Through its network of global specialists, Austrade provides market insights, connections, on the ground assistance and actionable ideas. PAM …

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How can campuses get back to being the hub of university life?

It’s a new world for universities in the Covid era. How they re-engage students will decide their future. The warning was sent in March on a Friday afternoon. All classes at the universities were moved online the following Monday. Thousands of students needed remote learning alternatives, so instructors rushed to get them ready. “It became clear very quickly that this …

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