Commercial buildings are evolving into smart spaces powered by the Internet of Things (IoT). This approach helps corporations and government agencies optimize processes and increase efficiency through data-driven decisions. Whether it is an office, university, or shopping mall, the footfall data gathered in real-time helps people make the most of their business.
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.
Thousands of students pass through high school and college buildings daily. This makes maintaining the structure and staffing them adequately a challenge. Footfall counting and footfall analytics help academic institutions better understand how students use these spaces.
The future of retail includes technologies, such as footfall counting, and platforms that make footfall predictions. However, while highly sufficient for the retail industry, these solutions can be applied just about anywhere. You can use footfall counters and predictive data in healthcare, education, airports, and in other spaces where needed.
With insight into your business's foot traffic trends, you are better equipped to match staff and resource supply with customer and operation demands. Not only is the time and effort of staff scheduling reduced, but you also have the added benefits of measuring employee performance.
Staff exclusion technology forms part of a broader footfall counting system that uses 3D AI camera sensors to count and track people in a store, integrated with BI analytics software to transform count data into actionable insights.