Sign & Digital Graphics

April '20

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S D G M A G . C O M • A P R I L 2 0 2 0 • 4 5 says. They can do something as simple as take a few photos, upload them and input them into the floor plan for a 3D view of the total look, he says. PAM Wayfinding offers a website plat- form that integrates signage planning into one process flow. The company's PAM OS Assets is a touch-point asset manager that geolocates a signage plan and links the signs within it to digital property maps and CAD files. Users can drop a marker into the program to iden- tify sign locations and to input photos, so that everything is automatically collated. The photos can be sent to the customer for approval before the fabrication work begins, and the customer simply has to click a button, also speeding up the approval and payment process. "Our platform does it all at once," Hutty says. PAM Wayfinding's PAM 360 is a data- base that provides mapping data across multiple touch points to help users navi- gate the actual signage at a building or other site. It helps with things like digital wayfinding, digital directories and event Australian company PAM Wayfinding provides a university demo of a tablet for identifying wayfinding signage. The tablet or a smartphone can be used to walk through an existing cli- ent space and capture sign locations and details and to plan new signage within customer computer-aided design, CAD, floor plans. The Spike mobile app by ikeGPS is used to measure signage for the Old Mine.

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