When you think about loss prevention solutions, you probably don’t think about people counters. You probably think about scanners at the door, and of course, security guards. However, footfall counters also have a role to play in security.
Heatmaps are a graphical representation that helps retailers understand how customers use their brick-and-mortar stores. The data generated at these physical stores help retailers better understand how customers browsed, shopped, lingered, and for how long.
Public washrooms are one of the highest-trafficked areas of any building. As they are relatively smaller spaces, toilets can quickly get crowded and difficult to manage. However, you can optimize washroom maintenance and management with the power of the Internet of Things (IoT), footfall analytics, and related technologies.
A few simple steps and automated processes are all it takes for hotels, restaurants, casinos, amusement parks, museums, zoos, and other tourism establishments to start gathering actionable insights to make smarter, data-driven decisions.
Whether it’s an elegant art exhibition, a rocking music show, or a trendy food and wine expo, you need to know how many people are at your event to optimize traffic flows, improve service levels, implement security measures, manage queues and plan and market future events more effectively.
This article will explore why real-time occupancy counting matters in 2021 and how it’s helping retail stores and commercial enterprises remain competitive while providing a safe and pleasurable shopping experience for their in-store customers.