The technology to remove employees from traffic metrics has finally arrived. Employee exclusion technology creates a truer data set for applications where employees regularly traffic the sensor’s detection area. Retailers utilize this technology by omitting employees who are on the salesfloor, assisting customers and even entering through the...
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Understanding your customers and their needs can be a complicated process. Having the data to understand customers helps management predict retail traffic patterns. Technology is being implemented into retail stores in more ways than one. Customers expect a certain level of customer service and ease in the shopping experience. In order to...
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...
Shopping online is increasingly popular with busy consumers who find it difficult to get to a physical store. Digital shopping trends are increasing but where does that leave brick-and-mortar stores? Shopping online offers the convenience consumers need, however, when you stop and look at the numbers brick-and-mortar stores are still on top of the...
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...