Libraries find themselves studying patrons and trying to figure out their interests are so they can provide the proper services. Many libraries look at foot traffic data to help them obtain the information on library usage. Foot traffic data helps librarians to determine the building use. However, door counts only measures a patron’s entrance...
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Let’s face it, most churches across the country have a lot of down periods where mass isn’t being held and congregation members are packed into the facility. But do you know when there are extended periods of time of non-usage or when members of the congregation could benefit from additional services? There are a handful of churches...
Retailers rely on their forecasted traffic patterns year-over-year so they know how to plan for upcoming seasons. This couldn’t be truer for the holiday season. Shoppers come out in full force for the holiday shopping season due to sales, tradition and just spending time with friends and family. Retailers need to know how busy their...
Visitors tend to come and go throughout the day at amusement parks. Virtual turnstiles are one way to help monitor the foot traffic of visitors through the main entrance points of the park. A virtual turnstile can be installed and implemented in any main entrance and exit area of a park to show park occupancy at any given time. A simple...
Management often creates and implements a business plan to properly assess what is and isn’t working within the business. One-way businesses are able to view the stores current operations is by selecting and installing a people counting sensor. These sensors provide management with the raw traffic data needed. Which can then be analyzed...