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.
From people counting to customer behaviour analysis and deep learning, what are the most common crowd analytics’ technologies in Shopping malls and how do they work?
Facing the constant evolution of mobile phone technologies, DFRC has developed a new algorithm to detect phones that are randomising their MAC address.
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.
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.
Analysis of peak hours and real-time crowd behaviours during the Urban Ventures Street Party 2017, on October 21st 2017 in Keong Saik Road, in Singapore.
LBASense Crowd Analytics system was deployed at DBS Marina Regatta to analyse visitors’ behaviour patterns and peak hours, according to each monitored region.
During the Busan Disaster Safety Industry Forum, DRFC’s Director, Erel Rosenberg introduced LBASense Situation Awareness for Large-Scale Evacuations.
Analysis of peak hours and real-time crowd behaviours during the DBS Marina Regatta Singapore event at Marina Promontory in June 2017.