- how it all started....
In 2010 Andrew Kerry-Bedell at ITiC began studying for a Building Conservation MSc through the Weald and Downland Museum.
It became clear there was a challenge getting the wider public engaged in conservation and heritage issues, and using mobile phones seemed an ideal way to help solve this issue.
When it came to the MSc dissertation project, Andrew combined his mobile, marketing and IT skills and partnered with the South Downs National Park to develop a new QR code based mobile interpretation trail for visitors. NFC Tags and Augmented Reality scanning information was also added in December 2012.
The outcome was that the huge amount of MSc research was put to practical use through ITiC, a new company designed to help others benefit from emerging mobile scanning technologies.
ITiC recommended mobile applications:
To scan South Downs signs you'll need a FREE QR code reader, AR and NFC Tag reader App.
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