During the Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino, Turin’s International Book Fair, LBASense sensors were deployed to analyse visitors’ flow patterns.
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.
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.
LBASense showcases in Brussels at the Fair of Innovators for Cultural Heritage, as a technology provider for ROCK, an urban regeneration project.
DFRC solutions for tourism shine new thanks to the increased track record of experience with theme parks, smart cities and new outdoor systems.
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.
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?
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.