My prayers have been answered. I have this theory that all these big shopping malls were designed in the style of noted 1950's Austrian architect Victor Gruen. In shopping mall design, the Gruen transfer is the moment when a consumer enters a shopping mall and, surrounded by an intentionally confusing layout, loses track of their original intentions. MapEverywhere is my dream come true. I am lost in big buildings within minutes. It's the world first and only patent pending non GPS or Wi-Fi turn-by-turn navigation technology - meaning you need never get lost again.
MapEverywhere is a toolbox equipped with the MapOS Operating System and associated modules. It can be subscribed to either as a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution that they host for you and deliver via the Cloud or an in-house hosted solution of your own. It’s your choice. MapEverywhere has sections for universities, malls, airports, offices, hospitals and even theme parks. With over a million downloads so far and maps of every eatery, restaurant etc in over 1250 malls worldwide in over 31 different countries you can see how serious a competitor is to companies like GPS.
For people like me MapEverywhere is a Godsend. It's not so bad in the mall but if you get lost in the airport you could be in trouble and miss the plane. It'll even has the ability to guide you back to your car if you can't remember where you parked it. The interface looks great, it's simple to use and the scope of the 31 countries it covers makes it a viable alternative to other systems. Oh and I should mention one other thing...it's free.