Public events are often free and non-ticketed. What are the main technologies available to analyse crowds in public spaces, and measure popularity and ROI?
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.
LBASense for exhibitors allows surveying the number of persons who visited a booth, compared to the main venue’s numbers.
Crowd Analytics during the Turin Art Fairs held in November 2018 in Italy, show the crowd’s mobility in three areas in the city.
DFRC solutions for tourism shine new thanks to the increased track record of experience with theme parks, smart cities and new outdoor systems.
Crowd Analytics during the 1913 송정역시장 Beer Festival held on September 1st 2018 in Gwangju Korea, show the success of the event through the crowd’s activity.
Crowd Analytics comparing different zones of Artbox 2018 in Singapore, combined with social media listening show the visitor’s interest and prefered areas.
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.
LBASense Crowd Analytics system was deployed at DBS Marina Regatta to analyse visitors’ behaviour patterns and peak hours, according to each monitored region.