Cuseum announced today the issuance of United States Patent No. 9,723,440 related to a method of delivering content based on activity and location.
Since Cuseum’s founding, the company has been committed to helping its partners succeed with visitor and member engagement as well as driving digital innovation in the cultural and non-profit sector. The first product developed by Cuseum helps museums and public attractions leverage mobile technology to enhance the visitor experience.
“To meet the unique needs of our partners and create the best product in our sector, we’ve invested heavily in R&D since day one,” said Brendan Ciecko, CEO of Cuseum. “We continue to search for new ways to improve mobile user experience through immense dedication, innovation, and invention. We’re excited that our technology has been granted a patent and look forward to continuing to develop valuable features for the benefit of our customers and users around the world.”
Cuseum has been working in the mobile experience space for several years and has developed a suite of software tools that are used to help improve on-site visitor engagement and interaction with the physical world. Cuseum has applied many unique methodologies to advancing ways in which content is adapted and delivered. The company’s new invention is applicable across a broad variety of sectors, including public attractions, retail, and advertising.
“In an era where smartphones play such a crucial role in everyone’s lives, we set to seamlessly deliver the right content at the right moment, based on both passive and active context,” Ciecko added.
The granting of this patent provides further recognition of the world-class quality of innovation being produced by the Cuseum team.