The technology is developed by a company from Murcia, Spain called NaviLens. Its codes are already in use in Spain across public transport networks and museums.
Navilens is a new system of smart digital markers that make spaces more accessible.
These markers are colored codes similar to the QR codes but with technical characteristics that allow their reading in conditions that no other code has.
NaviLens helps users to obtain useful information (for instance, lines that pass by the bus stop, next departures, description of the stop, incidences in the service, etc.) in the format and language adapted to the user's profile, helping to improve the accessibility of any space as well as the user experience.