Category Archives: case studies

Real world examples of how people counting, footfall and store traffic systems are being used to increase sales, reduce fraud and generate business analytics.

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 the Healthguard pharmaceutical chain significantly improved their retail performance

Healthguard is a successful chain of pharmaceutical stores across Sri Lanka. Continually looking to increase sales and performance, they turned to Retail Sensing. A year later Heathguard has Increased conversion rate by 14.6% Increased average transaction value by 8.8% Increased the numbers of items per transaction by 5.8% Increased monthly transactions by 10.6% Increased turnover … Continue reading How the Healthguard pharmaceutical chain significantly improved their retail performance

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