Sometimes the attendee-to-Tour Guide ratio is just too high to facilitate constant interaction
When attendees have to play the waiting game for some one-on-one attention, informational stations are a quick save, offering convenient ways to learn fast facts.
Tablets have a special aura about them, people are attracted to the tablets. Curiosity is a great motivator!
Why Tablets (loaded with your App)?
A tablet could lure the most stalwart of luddites to tap, scroll, and skim through its virtual pages, so seductive is its interface.
As such, visitors have a tendency to gravitate toward these silicon slabs when they're spotted on the travel exhibits or on the trade show floor.
It isn't a bad idea, then, to upload troves of pertinent multimedia content for visitors to peruse at their leisure.
Pierre Cardin Special Travel Exhibit at the Newport Mansions
PORTRAYS A POSITIVE TECH SAVVY AURA
A tablet-based tour guide not only presents your organisation as tech-savvy, but the app-tour guide option also cuts costs on shipping if you have expensive heavy artefacts - saving time and money - all while earning cool points and demonstrating that you are keeping pace with the latest and greatest tech tools.
YOUR CONTENT IS AVAILABLE WITHOUT AN INTERNET CONNECTION
We offer CMS that let you easily store your material on your tablets, so everything is accessible in offline mode.
REDUCE PRINT & TRANSPORTATION COSTS
Running travel exhibit/show can often be expensive, so keeping the extra costs under control is vital. When using tablets to present the Tour Guide and other marketing activities, you reduce the budget for paper and print costs, cost of getting boxes of brochures and catalogs to the exhibition and most important - you save on hiring, training and maintaining a human tour guide.
With this new platform, you can tell complex stories in an engaging way
Adaptable and multifaceted, tablets are indeed game changers for the travel exhibit industry. Tablets are already transforming how Museums conduct travel exhibits. By facilitating vivacious in-booth activities, interactive info stations, educational tour guides, and more efficient survey tactics, the tablet is the Swiss army knife of exhibiting.