Friday, January 12, 2007

Systems Thinking: Smart Elevators

The ability to rethink a problem starts with restating the problem clearly, then working through a process that identifies all of the sub-components and seeks out a best solution without being limited by established conventions.

Architects are rethinking ways in which to efficiently get people to the upper floors of large buildings by focusing on queuing techniques and applying smart technologies.

As a result the user's experience is enhanced, lobbies are cleared of waiting passengers, elevator wait times are reduced and riders stop on fewer unwanted floors.

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