In Korea, there is an old tradition from the Joseon dynasty where markets are held every 5 days for groups of merchants to gather at a particular location to sell …
DFRC and BK C&F have signed in Seoul a Memorandum of Understanding for the integration of HaLow WiFi technology into the LBASense product lines.
Analysis of the crowd’s behaviour in several events located in Hadong region (Korea) and happening at the same time, to understand their impact on Tourism.
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.
Analysis of visitors’ footfall, holidays and outside temperature correlation, in 4 different parts of the Seoullo 7017 Bridge in Seoul, Korea.
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?
SODA 119 is a unique safety Crowd Analytics mobile app using LBASense technology to provide real-time notifications based on phones’ detections.
During the Busan Disaster Safety Industry Forum, DRFC’s Director, Erel Rosenberg introduced LBASense Situation Awareness for Large-Scale Evacuations.
LBASense sensors can be powerful tools to monitor crowds’ safe evacuation in case of an emergency, just like it happened at Yeungnam University.
The modern crowd analytics studies meet the tradition of Seomun market, in Daegu, South Korea, to discover people will never stop coming by.