PAM series – How to build a smart campus

The smart campus is taking over and the need to adapt is quickly leaving facilities behind. While the choice to join, this is simple, the environments that need change are often highly complex. Universities are in a state of constant transformation and utilise technology and environments that support this. While keeping up with these changes, understanding how to achieve a …

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September Feature updates

PAM release 2.11 brought in a whole lot of improvements for the platform but there are two that really deserve a shout out! After a little while in development we’re pleased to announce the launch of photosphere images direct to markers and an update to our help slider. Photospheres Add more information to your markers than ever before. You can …

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Pam Features in Connections Magazine

We are delighted to share a snippet of the article featured in Connections Magazine last week! It was an honour to be featured in the way finding magazine’s second issue and showcase the work we achieved with UTS. In May 2008, the University of Technology in Sydney unveiled the City Campus Master Plan – a bold vision for a revitalised …

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Pam goes to TEMC

Pam came into the world as a platform to improve efficiencies for it’s parent company, Brand Culture, under the guidance of it’s CEO, Stephen Minning. Since then, it has grown into a fully integrated platform for everyone from designers to facility managers and marketing teams. This growth was achieved through finding opportunities, such as the Tertiary Education Management conference (TEMC), …

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Campus data and student recruitment

Kamal Kopparapu, Campus planning and Design Coordinator for UC, is very familiar with traditional wayfinding process and decided 2017 was time for a change. Joining Stephen Minning, CEO of PAM and BrandCulture, on stage at TEMC Kamal explained: “I was looking for a solution that could manage my physical and digital wayfinding using a single platform.” To begin the search he looked to …

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