Yaroslavsky railway station is one of the largest and considered one of the most beautiful railway stations in Russias`s capital Moscow. It is a starting point of the Trans-Siberian railway, the longest railroad in the world. Moscow-Vladivostok trunk railroad’s length is 9302 km, so You could start your journey in Moscow and seven days later get off the train in Vladivostok. This rail terminal has also connections with Irkutsk, Perm, Beijing (China), Pyongyang (North Korea), Novosibirsk, Ulan-Bator (Mongolia), Nizhny Novgorod, Tomsk, Krasnoyarsk, Vologda and many other places.
The building has a colorful past and over its history Yaroslavskiy railway station has been renewed and reconstructed for several times. The building is quite complex – there are many different places like cafés, mother and child rooms, a service center, luggage rooms and many more.
Nowadays the building is equipped with modern electronic information solutions and it even has automatic fire-extinguishing appliances. The information kiosks have already been mounted in the building and passengers have the opportunity to use electronic queues to visit box- or post offices. Visitors can also use a Videovestochka – a free service for video mail. 3D Wayfinder will be installed in the building in the near future and it is possible to integrate it with other electronic information solutions.
Yaroslavski railway station’s wayfinder includes 3D walkthrough feature. It displays the path to destination in a way a person would see it and then creates a top-down visualization of the path. So it is quite lifelike. Besides that th esolution also contains the following features:
3D Wayfinder security version enables security staff to see precise map of a property (including non public rooms) and get access to cameras. The solution displays exact position and viewing angle of a camera and clicking on icon will open the actual video stream. Solution works on tablets that enables to access information on the go.
Read more about 3D Wayfinder’s features.