Engaging visitors in the cemetery using digital technology
We’re delighted to be attending the Cemeteries & Crematoria Association Victoria Country Conference this year on 24-25 March at Beechworth, Victoria. Not only that it’s been years without any on-site events due to the pandemic, but we also got to re-visit one of the first big projects that we’d done at Beechworth Cemetery. Click here to read our Case Study of Beechworth Cemetery digitisation project. It’s going to be a festival for everyone in the industry. We look forward to meeting and socialising with attendees, and bringing our latest updates as a partner of CCAV. Coming back to Beechworth years after with nostalgic feelings, we definitely had made a lot of progress and we’re ready to take on more big projects.
If you’re attending the CCAV Conference, you can visit us at the Trade Village during the conference. We will be so happy to meet with everyone for chit-chat or bigger discussions regarding any of your cemeteries & crematoria projects.
On the 24th, 12-2 pm, during the lunch at Beechworth Cemetery, make sure to drop by our booth and say hi to Matt, CEO Founder of Chronicle, because we will be showcasing how we help cemeteries in engaging with their community using technology. People can now walk to the graves of their loved ones or go to a certain burial plot by using Chronicle’s interactive map on their mobile phones (how awesome is this?!)
If you’re anywhere else in the world, don’t worry, you can still do cemetery visits via our online map by scanning the QR code. You can go from one plot to another, read the deceased stories, do a virtual walking tour to any public cemeteries on the Chronicle map, accessible anytime anywhere from any device.
We hope to have a great time during the CCAV Conference and build a fruitful partnership to contribute more to the Cemetery and Crematoria industry in Victoria. See you there!