No Internet?
No phone signal?
No problem.

Info-Point delivers your information to your visitors' mobile devices

Info-Point connects to all smartphones and tablets PCs

What does it do?

Info-Point enables you to provide digital visitor information at any locality. Nearby users can browse your Info-Point using any smartphone, or any web-browsing device. The user connects to the Info-Point Wi-Fi 'hot spot' and navigates your information with their browser – just as if they were browsing the public web. As the owner, you upload your information direct to the Info-Point unit, this is also done via its Wi-Fi connection, using its easy content management interface with your laptop or tablet.
Info-Point standard unit

Info-Point uses similar power to an energy-saving light bulb. It gives your visitors a 24/7 web-browsing experience - without the web.

Who is using it?

Major historic and natural heritage organisations such as the National Trust, National Trust for Scotland, Cadw, RSPB, and Canal and River Trust as well as high-profile visitor attractions such as the Tower of London (Historic Royal Palaces). At the other end of the scale, small independent and volunteer-led museums and visitor centres, such as Coombe Mill, and Ryhope Steam Pumping Station. Professional interpreters are major players in developing innovative content for the info-Point platform and recommending it for appropriate projects - see our list of Partners. We are always more than happy to provide references and testimonials that are relevant to your project.

What are the advantages?

  • Requires no internet connection or phone signal
  • Compatible with all web-browsing devices
  • Familiar and intuitive user interface
  • Does not require the user to download or install anything
  • Easy to upload and update the content yourself
  • Bandwidth and capacity for all media types is assured permanently
  • Multi-lingual with instant language-switching capability
  • Indoor or outdoor location
  • Extensible across large sites
  • Lower capital cost/less maintenance than traditional audio-visual hardware
  • No ongoing charges for the owner
  • No data charges for the user (vital for overseas users who are 'roaming')
  • Secure – no equipment need be exposed
  • Can be operated 24/7
  • Power consumption 25 watts (similar to a low-energy bulb)
  • Will auto-recover from power failures or internal lock-ups
  • Records visitor statistics for analytics
  • Revenue-earning sponsored advertising content possible
  • Pay per use possible
  • Only those who visit the site can access the content
  • Can be integrated with QR codes and NFC tags
  • Cannot compromise your IT system
  • No-quibble satisfaction guarantee plus 3-year hardware warranty

What can it be used for?

  • Heritage interpretation
  • Visitor information
  • Guided tours
  • Outdoor Advertising
  • Waiting and reception areas
  • Institutional buildings and campuses
  • Exhibitions
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What is the visitor experience?

You use your signs and leaflets to alert visitors to the Info-Point facility. The visitor connects to a Wi-Fi hot-spot called 'Info-Point' (there is no password unless you choose to restrict access). It's the same as they would do at home or at an internet cafe.

Having connected to the Wi-Fi, the user opens their browser, which is directed to your home page. From there they can interact with whatever content you have uploaded. They are only able to access what is on the Info-Point unit that they are connected to. They can't browse the wider internet or open emails etc.

Once the user moves out of range, the Info-Point content will no longer be available to them, although any content you have made downloadable can be saved on their device for use later, such as leaflets, maps or outdoor trails.

How does it work?

An Info-Point is a completely self-contained unit. It generates a 'local web' - a kind of private internet that works the same way as the public internet, but is separate from it. It requires only electrical power, which can be provided by solar or battery. It does not need the Internet, or Wi-Fi, or mobile phone signal - nothing. This means that it is completely secure and self-sufficient and has no ongoing charges, for you or your users. A unit will serve visitors up to 150 metres away, and multiple units can be distributed to form an extended network or used as local information hot-spots.
The use of standard web technology means that, unlike native apps that are restricted to a specific type of phone, Info-Point is compatible across all web-browsing devices - now and in the future. It comes with an easy to use content authoring system, so you don't need web expertise. You simply upload your images, documents, videos etc. and type in what written information you want displayed as titles, descriptions, and navigation buttons. Info-Point will take care of the layout and formatting, and even re-size your images to fit. If you have web design and programming skills you can do lots more, including build your own style of web site and interactive web apps.


Contact us if you have a specific project in mind. We, or our creative content Partners, can provide demonstrations on site. Enquire about our programme of regional workshops to give you general hands-on experience. If you just want us to keep you updated for now, then use the panel on this page to subscribe to our newsletter.