The crowd analytics for Pop-Up Events solution is tailored for event organisers, festivals, outdoor markets, concert managers who want to know more about their crowds’ behaviour at and around a venue.
Why Do You Need It?
It’s essential to offer your audience an unforgettable experience, where everything, from the gig to the food corner and the restrooms, is neat, safe and enjoyable. Observe your people’s habits to improve services, build a better and smarter environment and make sure to increase your customer retention. Analyse peak hours to improve accessibility and safety.
What Will You Get?
The solution consists in a full package of sensors and monitoring tools. The system is based on short-range mobile phones detectors to be deployed in the secure selected spot that passively sense anonymous data transmitted over WiFi networks.
The system offered is available in a water- and humidity proof enclosure box for outdoor deployment.
Crowd analytics results are visualised on a web-based and password protected dashboard and mobile app.
Why Our Product?
Thanks to our unique technology, we provide analytics, highly accurate and at low cost.
iOS devices are transmitting a temporary MAC address while searching for nearby access points. Our technology is capable of identifying the real device hidden behind the temporary MAC address, hence to count the number of mobile devices in the area.
One Sensor, Multiple Ranges
Based on a unique combination of hardware and software, our sensors are also capable of controlling their detection range, providing different “virtual” regions of coverage using the same physical device.
Our sensors detect a unique mobile phone number: unlike other systems, there is no double counting.
Inclusive Marketing Tool
Without any additional cost, our system can serve for location based marketing.
You want to know more about Crowd Analytics for pop-up events and understand how this solution can fit your business? Contact us or read our related use-cases.
This solution is compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).