DFRC took part in BTO 11, an international Smart Tourism conference held in Italy, regrouping international speakers interested in finding added value in Big Data for tourism, focusing on Open Data, predictive analytics and sustainable tourism.
From January 10 to 12, LBASense detectors were deployed at Singapore Polytechnic to offer unique insights into the crowd’s activity during Open House 2019.
DFRC solutions for tourism shine new thanks to the increased track record of experience with theme parks, smart cities and new outdoor systems.
Facing the constant evolution of mobile phone technologies, DFRC has developed a new algorithm to detect phones that are randomising their MAC address.
Artbox comes back to Singapore in 2018 and enthusiastic visitors also return, generating a popular success, both along the Bay and on the Social Media, revealing the crowd’s top interest.
Climate and weather conditions can have a strong impact on tourists decision-making process. How can weather-related Big Data and Crowd Analytics positively impact touristic activities and its related economy?
DFRC is introducing a new passive mobile phone detector that is specially designed to improve the detection capabilities of mobile phones implementing Power Management System.
Technology meets fun in Rome: Zoomarine, the amusement water park in Central Italy, as early adopter of the innovative LBASense for parks, introduces its own use-case at the Parks Directors Meeting.
Barcelona was victim of a tragic terrorism attack. But Catalonia’s capital has proven that life has taken over fear, as shown by our Crowd Analytics.
SODA 119 is a unique safety Crowd Analytics mobile app using LBASense technology to provide real-time notifications based on phones’ detections.