When you board an elevator along with other people, you press a button to take you to your destination. However, it would stop at almost every single floor on the way as other people need to get off, which means that it would take a long time to reach your floor.
Conventional accessibility systems that use up and down buttons only know the general directions that passengers need to travel. They lack key information such as how many people are waiting on each floor and which floor they want to go. They also do not know the actual destination until and unless people press floor buttons inside the device.
New technology has changed this scenario. Known as “Destination Dispatch”, this smart technology has been around since the late 1990s and is widely used in skyscrapers, office buildings and hotels in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Computer algorithms can send the right lift to the correct