MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 27, 2022, 12:18
The tablets suggest the way to transport and social facilities, as well as tell about the heroes of the war and memorable places.
More than 200 new signs and over 3.1 thousand additional information fields were installed by the specialists of the municipal services complex in 2021. Pointers and information fields appeared on poles on the way to the MCD-1, MCD-2 stations, as well as to the recently opened 10 stations of the Big Circle Metro Line. In addition, they were installed at railway stations, bus stations and bus stations, including the new Vostochny Station.
Last year, city services began to install navigation elements at the offices of the Pension Fund of Russia and notary offices. 13 new signs and 70 information fields on existing signs now point the way to Pension Fund visitors. Near the notaries’ offices, 14 signs were placed and the information was supplemented by almost 1.8 thousand previously installed.
In honor of the 800th anniversary of the birth of Prince Alexander Nevsky, new information fields were placed on signs on the way to the temple named after him in Zelenograd. And by the 80th anniversary of the start of the Great Patriotic War, city services installed 94 navigation signs and 752 plates with QR codes near the houses of heroes and buildings related to the history of the war. By pointing the smartphone camera at the QR code, you can see a page with portraits, biographies, descriptions of the exploits of more than 100 war heroes, routes to the houses where they lived, and to more than 20 memorable places.
Before the start of the school year, four new signs and 60 information fields appeared near educational and medical institutions.
A unified navigation system has been created in Moscow since 2014. Blue plates with white letters help to make the urban environment more comfortable. They are well readable and organically integrated into the architectural space of the streets without creating visual noise.
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