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Creating flexible commercial environments for a post-lockdown world

Commercial environments such airports, convention spaces, hotels, offices, malls and other commercial spaces are empty, lying dormant due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Inevitably, we are all looking forward to the time when these spaces magically open up, and everything immediately returns to normal – right!? Not really. There will be an arduous period of months and even perhaps years where …

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Fighting emergencies through information

PAM works with the world’s largest commercial properties to deliver a navigation experience for millions of visitors. We’re implementing new technologies together with traditional methodologies in one digital system that’s faster and more efficient – essential requirements for managing large precincts. PAM reduces friction for visitors coming to a facility and connects them with the environment once they arrive. When …

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Navigation solutions for agile precincts

PAM Chief Technical Officer David Dixon shares his thoughts on agile precincts and connected experiences for high-frequency, complex venues. Help, I’m lost….. PAM helps large built environments like sporting & entertainment districts and resorts & casinos to implement environmental navigation solutions. We’re currently working on some of the largest and most complex sports & entertainment precincts in the world. These kinds of …

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3 reasons why connected environments are Priority One for Smart Cities

Connected Environments are a core deliverable of Smart Cities and Smart Districts looking to take their first steps towards future-proofing their urban landscape. Smart #kiosks, #signage and #wayfinding should be top of the list. Why? Community and Commercial Benefit Smart District and Smart City initiatives that benefit the community deliver a clear return on investment. The citizens gain a direct benefit …

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A connected environment and connected city – Toronto

Toronto is aiming to build a connected environment that makes the lives of residents and visitors easier. The city is working on a number of initiatives to help them reach this aim, including a partnership with Waze to help with traffic and congestion, and a smart traffic signal pilot. Google’s sister company, Sidewalk Labs, is working towards re-building a 12-acre …

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