Report faults and get info in a new app
Testing the fire alarm, planned power cuts and maintenance work nearly always come at inconvenient times. The Mitt Campus app now not only informs you of such events but also makes it easier to report faults to Akademiska Hus.
The company responsible for the buildings on campus, Akademiska Hus, has launched an app – Mitt Campus. It is primarily intended to make fault reporting easier, but also has information about development work, acute problems and planned disturbances such as power cuts, fire alarm tests and maintenance. At the moment, for example, it contains info about the excavation work on Corson and an out-of-order lift – useful everyday info for people working and studying on campus.
“People have pointed out that it can be a bit awkward to report faults”, says Owe Flodin, property manager at Akademiska Hus. “We want this to be easy, and it’s good if many people report a fault – it means that we are put under pressure.”
“Mitt Campus” can be used by everybody: students, co-workers and visitors, but is principally intended for those who look after the premises at LiU, the people who often file fault reports. The app also makes it easy to follow a fault report, and has contact details for people at Akademiska Hus.
“We tested the app with a number of users in May and the response was overwhelmingly positive”, says Owe Flodin.
The Mitt Campus app has been rolled out throughout Sweden and has three main functions.
- Keep track of what’s happening on your campus
- File and follow a fault report
- Find the right person at the right place
After downloading the app, you choose a campus and one or several buildings to create a personal flow. You then receive updated information, maps, contact details, service, news and info about disturbances that may affect your everyday life.
Translated by George Farrants
Last updated: 2020-09-22