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
Theme park automatically counts people and helium balloon passengers, using video analytics for accurate and reliable data acquisition.
Retail Sensing are delighted to have been one of the winners of the IOT UK Boost award at The Science & Technology Facilities Council.
Do your shop window displays attract customers? Are you sure? Video recognition technology tells you exactly how many people looked at the shop window, for how long and what percentage of them actually entered the shop. People can be tracked around the store and you can see if browsers turned into customers.
Video systems give over 98% accurate measurements of customer engagement and response, so retailers can improve displays and test exactly what converts browsers into buyers. Importantly, managers are also very quickly informed when shop window displays are failing to attract customers.
Smart Cities connect sensing systems and services via the Internet of Things. Data is instantly available to citizens, businesses and the city authorities.
Six reasons to count pedestrian footfall through a town centre and the most accurate, cost-effective way to do so.