Find out how LBASense’s multi-range WiFi people counter and software allowed to measure the conversion rate for an outdoor pop-up shop at AMK Hub in Singapore.
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.
The LBASense new prediction analytics is a way to assess performance and measure the current people traffic against the history of the site.
What is MAC Randomization and how can it impact mobile phone detection for Crowd Analytics? Analysis and effects of this love-and-hatred relationship.
During the Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino, Turin’s International Book Fair, LBASense sensors were deployed to analyse visitors’ flow patterns.
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.
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.