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You have enough to prepare for during your first days of class. Finding your way around doesn't have to be one of them. Download the Navigate LLUH app today.

 

Students and faculty of Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions and School of Public Health are invited to use the wayfinding app and participate in a survey.

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Navigate LLUH App - Q&A

You can find the app in the Apple App and Google Play stores. Search for “Navigate LLUH” in either store to find the app.

Apple and Android devices. There are no plans to support other operating systems.

The Navigate LLUH app will be available for use from September 19, 2016, through November 17, 2016, as part of the pilot agreement.

Not at this time. This app is a limited duration pilot focused on Nichol Hall. Feedback from users like you will help us determine whether to move forward with a campus-wide solution. We ask you to complete the survey today: your opinion counts!

Good question! The Navigate LLUH app uses Bluetooth low energy (BLE) beacons placed in the hallways of Nichol Hall to triangulate your indoor location. You will need to make sure location services and Bluetooth on your phone are turned on to use real-time location services. When you step outside, the app will use your phone’s GPS to find your outdoor location.

Nichol Hall was selected for its size, dense population of students and faculty, and complexity to navigate.

Utilization of physical signs, directories, maps, graphics and technology to help orient and guide people to their indoor or outdoor destination.

Yes! In the future, the Navigate LLUH app will incorporate many of those features. This effort depends partly on the success of this pilot and your survey feedback.

Location data and app functionality usage will be collected, anonymised and aggregated. The data will help the team better understand traffic patterns and how to improve the app for a better user experience.

The survey is part of the app. To complete the survey, install and launch the app and tap the button labeled “survey.” If you have suggestions or comments, we encourage you to fill out the survey.

Contact Nicholas Yu, Mobile Wayfinding Pilot Project Manager, at mobileapps@llu.edu