Pedestrian activity is an indication of a city’s vitality. There is a direct link between economic prosperity and the safety and ease of being a pedestrian. The more we who live in cities walk, the better the city in almost all respects: health, retail spending, emissions pollution and so on. Find out more about smart … Continue reading What Smart Cities gain by counting pedestrians
Our new occupancy meter shows the number of people, or vehicles, inside a designated area. The meter can show counts from -999 to 9999. You can set two alarm levels to alert you to when occupancy is nearing its limits – first a warning alarm and then a critical alarm. The Meter will blink and … Continue reading Retail Sensing launch new occupancy display meter
Retail Sensing is one of three businesses chosen to run projects which will shape Manchester’s infrastructure and environment. The company was selected for the CityVerve project which aims to develop pioneering technologies for Manchester in the UK. Richard Elliott, head of policy, partnerships and research at Manchester City Council said: “I’d like to congratulate the … Continue reading Manchester chooses Retail Sensing to help deliver its Smart City Vision
According to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the automated passenger counting (APC) market will grow by over 18% per year. Driving the growth is the increasing demand for real-time transit information, APC’s ability to reduce costs, government regulations requiring data on a regular basis, increasing adoption of APC in developing countries and the easy integration of … Continue reading Automated Passenger Counting Market to Grow by 18% a Year
Acting on footfall trends can maintain profitability even in harsh trading conditions. The key is to analyse the fine details rather than just looking at the big picture. Zooming into various indicators lets retailers identify badly performing areas and act to improve matters. For example by: – Comparing footfall and sales conversion at different hours … Continue reading How important is footfall data?
Video-based technology is expected to dominate the people counting system market in the coming years, offering high accuracy during high-volume traffic, ability to detect the direction in which person or shopper is moving, remains unaffected in varying environments of light, heat, shadows, can easily distinguish people from objects and can track continuously through a large area for an extended period of time.