The selection of an institution for higher learning is an important process for would be undergraduates and in many cases their families. Our partners at Specialist Apps understands this thoroughly and
worked with the University of Adelaide to give people a better understanding of the history, heritage and state-of-the-art facilities of the University via a convenient and engaging new technology.
The iconic institution in Australia, engaged Specialist Apps to keep them at the forefront of innovative museum experiences. iBeacons and Proximity eLockers were deployed throughout their award-winning Sovereign Hill outdoor museum.
In May of 2015, Specialist Apps commenced working with HistorySA in the creation of beacon driven Apps for the Maritime Museum, the Migration Museum, and the National Motor
Museum all located in South Australia. Intelligent pathways will allow the visitor to dynamically create their own pathways through the museums.
One of the newest projects, will see the Botanical Gardens of Adelaide transformed into a modern tech enabled green space. Nature will be enhanced by education,
as visitors can access additional information about the flora and fauna once they download the available visitor’s app.
The Science Centre Singapore (SCS), in collaboration with Specialist Apps and the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), unveiled a new iBeacon based interactive smart learning space that will offer vibrant content with customised learning experiences for visitors based on their profiles.
Specialist Apps created a purpose built App for both iOS and Android, providing visitors with up to date information, guidance and assistance around the museum,
in the language of their choice. The museum staff can quickly and easily curate and manage the content being pushed to the app and to beacons through a customised backend management platform.
The Adelaide Zoo will be the first in Australia to give their visitors a better experience by implementing iBeacon technology. The zoo has partnered with Specialist Apps in April
2016 to bring content straight to visitors’ Bluetooth-enabled devices in order to offer them access to location-specific information about its animals and conservation work based on video, audio and text-based media.