POCKET MALL NAVIGATOR: Bridging Digital and Traditional Shopping Experience

  • Shreyas Jagtap


Big shopping malls usually provide a directory to
their available shops, but these directories are most of the time
static and do not provide any interactivity features to the visitors.
Propose system present a mobile shopping mall navigation
system. The main reason behind our conceptual idea of our
proposed project is because we feel that when visitors often
change their plan to go to other shops instead of the ones in their
minds, it can be full of effort especially considering the crowded
levels and location of the navigation material. The application
developed is practical and feasible; Smart phones have become
very popular these days, so propose system have combined the
idea. Smart phone application helping you in an alienated mall.
The idea revolves around our smart phones & the “WI-FI”
provided by the mall. An application that needs real-time, fast, &
reliable data processing. [

Keywords: Indoor and Outdoor Detection, Mobile Phones, GPS Availability


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How to Cite
Jagtap, S. (2018). POCKET MALL NAVIGATOR: Bridging Digital and Traditional Shopping Experience. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (Founded by ISB &M School of Technology )), 4(I). https://doi.org/10.33130/asian journals.v4iI.463
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