The National Trust for Scotland was wrestling with the problem of how to provide interpretation of an archaeological site in a harsh outdoor environment on the lower slopes of Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve. Then they discovered Info-Point which ‘dispenses’ digital leaflets for visitors to download and use to explore and understand the landscape.
We wanted to provide interpretation of an archaeological site where there is no visitor infrastructure other than a layby on the road. Using Info-Point with solar power enables us to provide something that’s modern and interesting, but also durable in the Scottish outdoor climate.Helen Cole, Manager and Senior Ranger Naturalist, National Trust for Scotland
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