SONAD delivers packages of digital information (Sonas) to phones using sound codes played by any audio system, or by scanning the QR images displayed on any screen or printed page. No matter what delivery mechanism is used – sound or QR – the same Sona ends up on the phones of the users as they listen, watch, view, or read.

The list of applications for delivering Sonas packed with multimedia content is truly endless:

  • Radio and TV broadcasting
  • Malls, stores, shopping centers
  • Trade shows and conventions
  • Cinema and theaters
  • Political campaigns and rallies
  • College campuses, classrooms, and lecture halls
  • Conferences and presentations
  • Theater shows and concerts
  • Internet and podcasts
  • Public transportation hubs, trains, etc.
  • Sport arenas and stadiums
  • Hospitals and medical offices
  • Newspapers, magazines, posters
  • Smart product labels in stores and on-line

Check out some uses of sound codes and QRs to deliver Sonas to phones.


SONAD perfectly fits any business or entertainment environment where audio or video public address systems are available.
In shopping malls, audio or video advertising can deliver an unlimited amount of product or service information to visitors’ phones.

In stadiums, SONAD can entertain and inform by playing raffles, running opinion polls, and providing the fans with game and player data, as well as stadium general and security information – all packaged in Sonas displayed on users’ phones with a convenient graphical user interface.

In public transportation, trade shows, conferences and lecture halls, the travel and vendor information, lectures, presentations and supporting information can all be delivered to passengers, trade show visitors and audiences – directly to their phones for immediate or later use.
The list goes on and on.


Exactly as with the sound delivery system, SONAD QR technology delivers Sonas through QRs displayed on screens or printed on paper.
Multimedia information can be delivered via QRs to students on campuses and in classrooms, readers of newspapers and magazines, to people watching TV in their living rooms, or during multimedia presentations on large screens.
The content distributor can choose to send Sonas both by sound and QR, in parallel. In this case, SONAD users would be able to pick up the Sonas either through their phone’s microphone or camera.