Info-Point Master Unit
£2,800 + VAT
It comes in an insect and dust protected enclosure that can be placed outdoors with some basic weather protection.
It contains an industrial-grade web server and Wi-Fi, powerful enough to cope with busy visitor flows, and robust enough to for many years of continuous operation. It has an auto-recovery feature that will re-boot the system if there is a power failure or if it stops working for any reason.
It can be powered by mains, battery, or solar power. Content editing is fast and simple using the built-in Content Management System.
- 150 metre range (250 m with optional antenna)
- Extremely reliable for continuous, unattended use
- Multi-lingual facility
- Auto-recover facility
- Add network access points
- Add live webcams
- Outdoor capable (with weather protection)
- 5 year warranty (NLHF suitable)
Solar-powered Wi-Fi signs
£4K - £6K + installation
Our sign partners can provide a complete turn-key installation comprising a conventional sign and graphics that incorporate a solar-powered Info-Point unit. This gives you a robust and weather-proof digital interpretation facility that can be placed at any outdoor location, without needing any external infrastructure. Maps, trails, and leaflets are then easily downloadable by visitors. This facility is ideal for gateways to National Parks, AONBs or any outdoor or wildlife facility, as well as for urban environments.
Open Day Kit
£3,300 + VAT
This kit enables you to provide on-site information and interpretation via your visitors' smartphones. Self-contained and portable it will work at any site as it does not need internet connection or mains power. The range is 250 metres.
The system will run for 8 hours using the rechargeable battery provided, or can be left on 24/7 using the external mains adapter. Ideal for:
- Archaeological digs
- Outreach activities
- Indoor and outdoor events and exhibitions
The content can be updated on-site - you post text, images and video to it just like social media. The kit comes in a tough waterproof case.
The kit includes:
- Info-Point Master unit
- Rechargeable battery (8+ hours operation)
- Mains adapter
- High-reach antenna (250m range)
- Tough waterproof storage and transport case
- Waterproof posters informing visitors how to connect
- Built in pre-configured Content Management System
- Instruction manual
- 5 year warranty and email/telephone technical support
Kits are available for hire - £500 first week, £180 subsequent weeks. The hire cost includes insurance.
£450 + VAT per camera
Wireless webcams that will beam images live to your visitors' smartphones. Can be used as nature-cams, or for areas closed to visitors. Live webcams can be used as a substitute for wheelchair accessibility in buildings that are not possible to make fully accessible. The visitor can follow their party around and so share in the actual visit 'live'.
It can be programmed with a variety of automated functions, such as stills, time lapse, and recorded highlights. This means that it will always provide some interesting video, even when nothing is happening. An additional interactive feature is that the user can take their own snapshot. The cameas can also be low-light and Infra-red. The price includes the camera, configuration, and programming.
- Includes basic camera (specialist models available)
- Infra-Red night facility
- Live action feed
- 'Last action' recorded highlights
- 'Time lapse' videos
- Visitor-controlled snapshot facility
Additional Master Units
£2,300 + VAT
Add extra 'Master' units to create independent 'Hot Spots' across your site. These can contain the same content, or unique content.
They are complete Info-Point units, ordered at the same time as your initial Master unit.
£800 per unit + VAT
The coverage of an Info-Point Master unit can be extended by adding wireless Access Points or 'Slaves', so that users can move seamlessly around the coverage area. This is useful at complex indoor locations that normally block Wi-Fi signals. It also increases the simultaneous user capacity for high traffic areas at major attractions.
We can survey a site and produce a test report in order to determine a network topology and budget that will guarantee coverage for visitor areas.
Wireless access points do not require network cabling, but have to be powered, which can be mains, battery, or solar.