Our full-service, turnkey offering provides the simplest and most intuitive pedestrian navigation experience available. Tailored for healthcare, Eyedog deploys as responsive web and/or native iOS/Android to help visitors and patients navigate complex hospitals or campuses. Eyedog can be integrated with appointment reminders and we offer simple tools to enable hospital staff to help all of your visitors find their way.
Eyedog Native is available to your patients in a native mobile app branded for your health system or integrated into your custom mobile app via our Apple/Android SDK. Integration with your native app allows you to embed wayfinding pathways in appointment reminders, ensuring every patient makes every appointment on-time and without anxiety.
Eyedog Admin gives your registrars, security personnel, volunteers, and even clinicians simple tools to quickly enable pathways for patients, visitors and colleagues. Staff members can easily email or text links of photo pathways or embed them in calendar invitations. Even easier, they can present the visitor with a QR code. The visitor then simply points their smartphone camera at the code to launch the photo pathway. Give it a try with the QR code in image below!
No app, no problem. Eyedog Cloud lets every visitor with a smartphone access the most intuitive pedestrian wayfinding experience. Available as a responsive web site, visitors can generate and review pathways before arriving at the hospital, lowering stress commonly associated with the logistics of a hospital visit.
Wayfinding is a communications system, not a tech gadget. To be successful, indoor navigation must be presented in context with the patient journey. For example, including pedestrian pathways in appointment reminders together with driving directions, parking and even ride-sharing options greatly enhances the patient experience.
Indoor pedestrian wayfinding presents different challenges than driving navigation. Photo landmarks are simply more effective and more intuitive for helping us find our way indoors or around campuses.
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