Tour scenarios

By the term scenario we mean a sequence of proposed tour steps. Each step of the tour may be either a transition to an exhibit or more generally to an information point. This application enables an organization to design various tour scenarios based on the available time, the themes and the preferences of the visitors. The tour scenarios vary, and they can be changed, modified or increased by the administrator.

The application also gives the visitor flexibility to modify the selected scenario, view details of a selected exhibit, and explore further. All positioning operations are performed via the integrated GPS system of smart mobile phones or the wireless network.




Guest host application

Applying guest host allows the operator to carry out a series of steps for managing visitors, the museum and the devices used during the tour. For every tour, the system automatically records:

  • Start and end time
  • Selected language
  • Selected scenario,
  • Type of device used,
  • Exhibits that were seen
  • Duration of each their actions.

Additionally, the application enables the museum to record demographic statistics, educational data, and the interests and preferences of the visitors in order to propose the ideal tour. The host application sends messages or push-notifications to all visitors or to a single one during the tour. The messages are multilingual, and are related to the system operation and the area.



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Map application

The map is one of the most important characteristics of a multimedia tour system, providing crucial guidance and information about the surrounding exhibits and points of interest.
When the system is used indoors, a graphic floor plan helps visitors understand their position in the building and its areas. The map can also be used as the basis for tour scenarios with criteria such as available time and preferred thematic content.

When the application is used in cities and open areas, the system supports Point Display function of interest on the map, adaptive merging and splitting points of interest depending on the level of analysis (zoom), as well as points of interest in a list. The application allows for a series of proposed routes and points of interest, depending on position and preferences; a 'suggested best route' is also offered. All position-tracking operations are done via the smartphone's built-in GPS system.



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Social sharing features

The application enables the user to quickly share their experience (location, time, photos, etc.) by connecting with their favorite social media channels, such as:

  • Facebook: like, share, comment on and add labels (tags) of user's photos at points of interest.
  • Foursquare: pinpoint the time, place and interesting details of a specific photo/location
  • Twitter: Tweet, comment, share, and re-tweet impressions and pictures, or other associated material
  • YouTube: like, comment, connect with other video-content
  • Google +: like, comment, share with circles and communities, hangout with contacts



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Apply Online Shop

The online shop application gives the visitor instant access to an institution's store, allowing them to search for, and buy, any exhibit-related objects or merchandise. Once the guest finishes their tour, the purchase is available for pick-up at the store counter.



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Educational Applications

The system includes educational applications such as memory games, object-quest, puzzles, questions etc. These customizable applications are interactive and linked to the sites and exhibits, thus enriching the experience of the tour. System administrators can also create new educational applications using the knowledge management functionality.


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Application of Statistical Analysis

This application generates statistical data and reports for analysis. The reporting feature provides valuable information regarding site operations and visitor preferences on the following:
• Traffic: records information about the number of visitors, their chronological distribution, and other characteristics of the system
• Exhibit viewing: tracks viewing choices and time spent in different exhibits or areas
• E-Shop: monitors and manages visitors' options related to the objects of online shops


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Electronic tickets

The implementation of electronic ticketing is linked to the knowledge management system via a specific software tailored to the needs of every area, and can issue tickets by phone, internet or vending machine.


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The Xenagos system has no limitation on the number of languages. Also can be added and specific conditions dictionaries (thesauri) with which particular conditions are explained (scientific, technical, etc.) used in the texts of the tour.



Apps for People with Disabilities

The Xenagos system enables addition of specialized applications for people with disabilities.