Case StudiesExamples of Situate in action
A walking tour app for Sheffield Libraries that explores the historic footballing hot spots that shaped football worldwide.
A visitor guide app for the Petrie Museum at UCL, with content triggering using beacons embedded in Xicato Smart LED lighting modules.
This walking trail app was developed by final year Graphic Design students at Sheffield Hallam University.
This app was developed for Panasonic to showcase their Light ID technology at the ICOM Milano 2016 Museum Conference.
Crich Tramway Village, the home of the National Tramway Museum, combines a mile-long tram route, period village buildings, exhibitions and nature trails.
We helped the Head of Archive at the RSA to produce an app full of content pulled from the rich archives of the society going back to 1754.
This trail, developed in partnership with the University of Sheffield, charts Sheffield’s development during the 16th and 17th centuries.
We used Situate to help create an app for the eighth Liberation International Music Festival on Jersey in May 2016.
Art Sheffield 2016 was a citywide contemporary art event. Situate enabled visitors to discover the venues and the art works inside them.
Beacons have been installed throughout the museum for this Situate app for the National Emergency Services Museum.
This app uses Situate’s mapping features for a family walking trail. GPS coordinates are used as the location triggers, showing interesting facts along the route.
We installed beacons around Derby QUAD and Heritage High School to reveal films produced by pupils for an experimental animation exhibition.
We created an app for Yorkshire Artspace for their Open Studios event. GPS triggers were used for each of the three venues, and beacons were installed.
Hidden Histories is our second Situate app for Bank Street Arts. It uses the same beacon installation as their first app. This app reveals the history of the buildings.
This app for First supports buses operating along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site. It includes GPS triggering and audio commentaries.
Bank Street Arts are using Situate to show visitors information about the current exhibitions, using iBeacons positioned around the venue to trigger content.
Cotswold Motoring Museum have created a Situate app that includes highlights of the museum and also includes audio from their existing audio tour.
Sheffield Design Week is a week-long event involving over 20 venues in and around Sheffield. We used GPS for the location triggering.
We used iBeacons across 5 floors and multiple rooms at York racecourse for an app for the Venturefest Yorkshire innovation exhibition.
The first UK iBeacon deployment in a gallery. The app provided context for this touring V&A exhibition – with video footage and readings of John Betjeman poems.