As the National Justice Museum gets ready to reopen in May, a fast-growing Derbyshire IT firm has completed a major project to enhance their visitor experience.
IDT, which is based on Mercian Park in Ilkeston, has designed, built and installed a completely new wifi solution that will speed up corporate and guest connections across not only the Museum – but also at its City of Caves attraction.
IDT’s engineers spent several days on-site scoping the project and site, doing heat map surveys to ensure they would be able to provide connectivity in each space of the Museum and Caves. This was even before any cable was laid, or access points mounted.
The National Justice Museum and City of Caves are increasingly seeking personalised and shareable experiences to fully engage with their visitors and enhance their visitor experience.
IDT will continue to be the Museum’s main IT partner.