We map our first school

William Clarke College in Kellyville Sydney is the first school to have BindiMaps technology installed. BindiMaps is now available in the school’s new science, technology, engineering, visual arts and mathematics building, known as the STEAM Building, providing wayfinding and navigation to everyone who visits, including those who are blind or vision impaired.  The STEAM Building, […]

“Why doesn’t every shopping centre have it?” – Smart Company

BindiMaps can provide an alternative to those big glass touch-screen kiosks that provide wayfinding in shopping centres and other public buildings. In the process, we can help to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.  So says Smart Company, which did a story about the potential for touch-screens to be a potential germ transmitter.  BindiMaps does […]

Commercial Building Wesley Place gets BindiMaps treatment

Charter Hall’s beautiful new Wesley Place building at 130 Collins Street in Melbourne is our latest commercial building installation. It is just down the road from another BindiMaps location, 150 Collins Street. Wesley Place is the first of what we hope will be many Charter Hall commercial and retail properties that boast the BindiMaps navigation […]

Media goes wild for Bindi in Rockhampton

Our BindiMaps installation at Stockland Rockhampton helped make us famous last month, with both local television stations covering our launch there.  The centre was our first installation in Central Queensland, and one of our largest shopping centres so far.  Both reports focused on how BindiMaps can make it easier for people who are blind or […]