Wayfinding has evolved over the last two decades from static paper signage to electronic wayfinding to interactive wayfinding. This transition in a large part has been the result of new technologies available. The advent of digital signage has led to significant improvements in wayfinding, ideal for a city like Valetta (and similar cities), where there are similar historical sites and places of interest and where large volumes of people need to gather information quickly.
This digital system is designed to be eco-friendly, both for the environment and the users. These systems are designed with recyclable materials and utilises latest technology operating at maximum efficiency thus releasing a minimum possible carbon emission into the environment. Systems components utilize low power and an environmentally-friendly, paint process. They also ensure the durability and efficiency of eco-friendly hardware.
Eye Height Ranges and Common Reach Zones. Users of all heights can reach all operable parts. The comfortable range is between 1200 and 90mm. The maximum acceptable reach height for wheelchair users is 1400mm.
Disabled symbol button will instantly move interactive menu downwards for better wheelchair accessibility.
Glare reduction – Anti-glare display. This helps reduce the problem of reflected light.
Average Person eye level 1.5m
Standing eye height for smallest person is approx. 1.35m
Wheelchair users eye height approx. 1.2m
Structure: 240 x 900 x 2450 – Display: 871 x 1549