Visitors frequent museums for a number of reasons ranging from education, organized group outings and for fun. Museum directors must gain a deeper understanding of their visitors journey in order to efficiently operate and curate exhibits. One way for museum directors to understand their visitors better is to implement technology....
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Any student or faculty member can tell you that the student union is the hub of any university. Thousands of people pass through the facility each day, visiting the dining halls, stopping by the book store or they have a meeting. Operations management must understand the student union traffic levels and know when an expansion or renovation...
Government employees understand how many steps are involved in operating museums, public parks and visitor centers. Everything needs to be properly analyzed and evaluated before action can be taken. The daily operations are often quite involved, implementing a people counting system helps to simplify museum operations. Each government facility...
Every year millions of people visit amusement and theme parks. It is a big business that needs to run like a well-oiled machine. Visitors today have many different opportunities to choose from within a single park or even between different parks. Each facility must run smoothly to ensure that visitors enjoy their time so they return the following...
When people think of vehicle traffic counters, they often think of the road traffic studies that they see as they drive through town, however, there are many other ways to measure vehicle traffic patterns. Locations that can see usage 24 hours a day with nonstop commuter and visitor traffic have the most to gain. This blog outlines some of the most...