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ATS Heritage presenting ‘Digital Palaces’ at Connecting Culture: Europe.

Published: 10 May 2019

Anne Fletcher, Director of Interpretation – ATS Heritage and Sutherland Forsyth, Learning Curator – Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Collection Trust will discuss how they have taken Britain’s royal heritage into the 21st century. Over the past 3 years Royal Collection Trust has partnered with the leading British multimedia guide company, ATS Heritage, to transform the way that the Collection is interpreted and to bring new focus to the stories of Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and The Palace of Holyroodhouse. The multimedia guides that they have created together are used by over 2.5 million visitors from all over the world each year. This session will explain both the opportunities and the challenges that the new digital interpretation had to meet but also how visitors have reacted and how the innovations have brought unexpected changes to the wider visitor experience.

‘As the UK leader we focus on delivering the best services across creative content, technology and customer support. We recently launched the new Focus multimedia guide handset which we designed from scratch and is part of the overall flexible eco-system of hardware and software. ATS are engaged with a number of overseas opportunities and expect exports to be the next growth area for ATS.’ ATS Director, Spencer Clark explained.

Connecting Culture: Europe Conference will take place on May 14, 2019 at the Natural History Museum in London.

ATS share the stage with other leading British companies sharing their experiences within the sector, James Dwyer from Lumsden Design, Tony Sefton from VisionXS and Ray Hole from Ray Hole Architects.

To book your tickets for Connecting Culture: Europe, go to the event page.

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