It’s not just Retailers who Count People

It’s not just retailers who benefit from counting how many people come through their doors. Many other businesses are now monitoring footfall, such as sporting venues, bus operators, garden centres, banks, student unions, museums and libraries. Bars, Pubs and Clubs Increasingly bars, pubs and clubs are monitoring how many people are in their premises at … Continue reading It’s not just Retailers who Count People

Bus passenger counter saves transport company thousands of pounds per bus

Our automated passenger counter system is saving a UK bus company thousands of pounds per bus. Automatically counting people on and off their buses enabled the company to cross check passenger numbers with ticket machine transactions. With proof that they had more passengers than transactions, the company took steps to remedy the missing fare revenue. … Continue reading Bus passenger counter saves transport company thousands of pounds per bus

How Video Analytics Helps Banks Improve Customer Service

Video analytics helps banks improve their speed of service and increase the uptake of special promotions. Banks, like other businesses, set targets for customer service. For example, queuing for no longer than four minutes. A smart video people counting system will tell you: The number of people currently in a queue The queuing time of … Continue reading How Video Analytics Helps Banks Improve Customer Service

Counting mobile library users in the Arctic Circle

In the far north of Finland, within the Arctic Circle, travels the mobile library of the Inari region. This library bus brings books and magazines to the small villages of the largest municipality in the country. The library wanted to record how many people got on and off the bus at each stop. To achieve … Continue reading Counting mobile library users in the Arctic Circle

People Counting and Footfall Systems