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Q-nomy’s vision is to make the most of every customer visit: more sales, greater customer satisfaction, and better experience

Q-nomy’s vision is to make the most of every customer visit: more sales, greater customer satisfaction, and better experience

0 by / on 26th May 2017, 9:42 am / in INDUSTRY NEWS, PEOPLE COUNTING

We believe the way to achieve this vision is by delivering true end-to-end Customer Experience Optimization. Customer Experience Optimization is a solution that tailors the individual customer’s journey across digital and physical service channels; it’s a solution tailored to meet the customer’s personal background, expectations and needs. Customer Experience Optimization enables the business to simultaneously leverage the customer journey for […]

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A huge leap forward for in-store analytics and people counting

A huge leap forward for in-store analytics and people counting

0 by / on 26th May 2017, 9:17 am / in PEOPLE COUNTING

By Jordan Britchford, Irisys Irisys have been the leading manufacturer of People Counters for over 20 years, and have built a reputation based on the quality and innovation of our products. The Irisys Vector 4DTM is the most advanced People Counter in the world to date. Combining new Time of Flight detection technology with Irisys’ proprietary algorithms and a host […]

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The cloud services market for IoT devices is complex and fragmented. Here’s how to make it simpler.

The cloud services market for IoT devices is complex and fragmented. Here’s how to make it simpler.

0 by / on 23rd May 2017, 10:44 am / in INDUSTRY NEWS, SMART CITIES

By Paul Donaldson EMEA Vertical Segment Director, Future Electronics   www.futureelectronics.com   The process of transforming a conventional embedded device into an Internet of Things (IoT) node is, today, extremely complex. Strangely enough, there is no technical reason why this should be.   The problem is that the end-to-end system from node to cloud requires links provided by multiple companies. […]

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People Movement and Management Show – 19th July Roundhouse, Derby

People Movement and Management Show – 19th July Roundhouse, Derby

0 by / on 17th May 2017, 11:07 am / in EVENTS

www.peoplemovementandmanagementshow.co.uk ABOUT THE EVENT The People Movement and Management Show 2017 runs 19th July at the Roundhouse, Derby. It will bring together professionals across a wide range of built environments who share a professional interest in the flow and management of large numbers of people. These environments include: Airports & Railway Stations Concourses Retail Parks & Shopping Centres Sports Stadia […]

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Heathrow launches plans to make airport a centre of excellence in sustainability

Heathrow launches plans to make airport a centre of excellence in sustainability

0 by / on 17th May 2017, 9:24 am / in SMART CITIES

Heathrow 2.0, the airport’s new sustainability strategy, launches new initiatives to make Heathrow into a centre of excellence for aviation Plans include a new R&D incubator, an ambition for growth from a new runway to be carbon neutral and at least halving the number of late-running departures to reduce noise for local communities Speaking at the BCC’s Annual Conference, Heathrow […]

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MassMotion crowd analysis fits the bill for New York’s Fulton Center

MassMotion crowd analysis fits the bill for New York’s Fulton Center

0 by / on 17th May 2017, 9:03 am / in SMART CITIES

Only 3D is fit for purpose for pedestrian analysis in modern transport hubs. New York’s newest transport hub, the US$1.4bn Fulton Center is now serving up to 300,000 passengers a day in Lower Manhattan.   Above ground it is a new iconic glass and steel structure; while beneath the surface are platforms for nine subway lines that were originally built […]

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Xovis has equipped 184 airport sites world-wide with advanced people flow technology

Xovis has equipped 184 airport sites world-wide with advanced people flow technology

1 by / on 15th May 2017, 2:02 pm / in PEOPLE COUNTING

Up and running in over 36 airports by the end of this year, Xovis is the most used technology for passenger flow and queue measurement in the airports industry, with a considerable lead over other technologies. At these airports, a total of 184 sites are equipped with the Xovis Technology: 95 security checkpoints, 32 immigration checkpoints, 16 check-in areas, 15 […]

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Smart virtual pedestrians resolve congestion issues for new Beijing Airport’s iconic escalator bank

Smart virtual pedestrians resolve congestion issues for new Beijing Airport’s iconic escalator bank

0 by / on 11th May 2017, 11:46 am / in PEDESTRIAN MODELLING

Integration of MassMotion with Simio 3D and Elevate optimises passenger flow for Beijing’s new International Airport two years ahead of opening Managing increasing passenger numbers is a key priority for airport planners and designers, who can now  employ a wide range of software tools, including smart pedestrian simulation to test architectural concepts. At Beijing’s new airport, currently named Beijing Daxing […]

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Grosvenor brings in WiFi SPARK to deliver London’s ‘largest estate’ upgrades in broadband, WiFi and mobile connections

Grosvenor brings in WiFi SPARK to deliver London’s ‘largest estate’ upgrades in broadband, WiFi and mobile connections

0 by / on 11th May 2017, 9:52 am / in SMART CITIES

Industry innovators WiFi SPARK appointed as Grosvenor’s preferred WiFi supplier as part of a £2 million overall investment   WiFi SPARK has been appointed as the preferred WiFi supplier by Grosvenor, a privately owned property group, active in some of the world’s most dynamic cities.   Over the next year Grosvenor will invest in one of London’s largest ‘single estate […]

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Subway Station Passenger Movement using Pathfinder

Subway Station Passenger Movement using Pathfinder

0 by / on 11th May 2017, 9:50 am / in WAYFINDING

This post demonstrates how to use Pathfinder to simulate movement in a subway station, with trains arriving and departing from the station. A growing list of features not specific to evacuation, such as occupant sources and assisted evacuation, make Pathfinder applicable to a much broader range of pedestrian movement problems. The subway station is illustrated in Figure 1, which shows […]

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