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0 by / on 11th January 2018, 3:59 pm / in Uncategorised

People Movement Online carries the latest jobs in the industry on our jobs board. To advertise your positions vacant please contact Ken Davies on 01332 293745 or email ken.davies@gsemedia.co.uk  

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Via Guide Presents Its Automated Queue Management   

Via Guide Presents Its Automated Queue Management  

0 by / on 11th January 2018, 3:44 pm / in CROWD SIMULATION, INDUSTRY NEWS, PEDESTRIAN MODELLING

    Via Guide has changed the queue management. A sensor analyses the customer flow in the queue and in front of the queue. Based on the customer flow, the Beltrac® Smart Gate is opened and closed automatically. This changes the queue layout 24/7 in the same way with the same trigger values. The Automated Queue Management is a result […]

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How does the average festival goer behave? See Crowd Connected’s new infographic on festival crowd behaviour

How does the average festival goer behave? See Crowd Connected’s new infographic on festival crowd behaviour

0 by / on 11th January 2018, 3:29 pm / in CROWD SIMULATION, Opinion, PEDESTRIAN MODELLING, PEOPLE COUNTING, Uncategorised

 THE team at Crowd Connected have been busy analysing the data they have collected at festivals, and there are some surprising results. For example, did you know that the average festival goer walks over four miles a day, makes more than three trips to food and drink outlets and spends 45 minutes in sponsor activations? In between tucking into the […]

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FOAMHAND BLOG: Supporting the  PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, Part 1

FOAMHAND BLOG: Supporting the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, Part 1

0 by / on 10th January 2018, 10:53 pm / in CROWD SIMULATION, PEDESTRIAN MODELLING, PEOPLE COUNTING, SPACE PLANNING, WAYFINDING

2018 has started at a rapid pace for the FOAMHAND team as we continue to support the PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee with crowd management planning for the Winter Olympic Games next month.  As we build up to the Games we are going to provide an insight into the Winter Games venues.  In our first blog we will be looking at […]

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BLIP Systems: Eliminating wait time guesswork at Bergen Airport

BLIP Systems: Eliminating wait time guesswork at Bergen Airport

0 by / on 10th January 2018, 10:44 pm / in INDUSTRY NEWS

Bergen Airport is following the example of its Avinor sister airports, Oslo and Stavanger, by implementing BlipTrack queue management technology to eliminate wait time guesswork, optimise resource utilisation and improve the passenger experience. Bergen Airport, Norway´s second busiest with over 6 million passengers annually, has adopted the BlipTrack queue management solution to accurately measure and predict how many people are […]

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Introducing The New People Movement Company Directory

Introducing The New People Movement Company Directory

0 by / on 10th January 2018, 10:16 pm / in INDUSTRY NEWS

People Movement Online is launching the first ever Business Directory to cover all the key disciplines in the people movement and analytics sector. The People Movement Directory is filling a gap by providing a reference source for all those who wish to access a list of those involved in developing and marketing these fast growing technologies, and provides an ideal […]

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The Big Internet of Things Trends for 2018

The Big Internet of Things Trends for 2018

0 by / on 10th January 2018, 10:11 pm / in INDUSTRY NEWS, Uncategorised

IT’S the start of a new year and everyone is looking at what’s coming in 2018. Businesses across the world have been assessing the big trends coming this year, and top of many people’s list is the Internet of Things. We’ve pulled together five of the big IoT predictions from across the globe to kick off the new year: 1. […]

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Amorph: “Milestone” reached in improving passenger experience at Helsinki airport

Amorph: “Milestone” reached in improving passenger experience at Helsinki airport

0 by / on 7th December 2017, 11:17 pm / in CROWD SIMULATION, INDUSTRY NEWS, PEDESTRIAN MODELLING, PEOPLE COUNTING, WAYFINDING

Airports worldwide face significant growth figures in passenger numbers. IATA (International Air Transport Association) expects 3.8 billion passengers traveling by 2030. For airports, this leads to a challenge, providing the required infrastructure for smooth passenger handling. Airport expansions and infrastructure programs need to be planned years ahead. In the meantime, it is necessary to ensure the most efficient use of […]

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BLIP Systems: How drivers in Stockholm are getting home faster

BLIP Systems: How drivers in Stockholm are getting home faster

0 by / on 7th December 2017, 11:06 pm / in INDUSTRY NEWS, SMART CITIES, WAYFINDING

Sweden’s capital is alleviating congestion and giving road users more accurate, live traffic information, thanks to BlipTrack technology from Denmark-based BLIP Systems. It all comes down to real-time and historical travel and flow data gathered directly from road users Bluetooth and Wi-Fi devices. In Stockholm, the most populous city in Scandinavia, the number of cars on the roads is constantly […]

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Oasys: MassMotion – What the Romans did for us

Oasys: MassMotion – What the Romans did for us

0 by / on 7th December 2017, 10:49 pm / in CROWD SIMULATION, INDUSTRY NEWS, Opinion, PEDESTRIAN MODELLING, PEOPLE COUNTING, SPACE PLANNING, WAYFINDING

The Romans had a handle on crowd movement, it seems. So why do we need such sophisticated pedestrian simulation these days?   In what was billed as the ultimate stadium evacuation challenge, the Roman Colosseum pipped a modern building to the post. You can see the National Geographic video HERE. So, if the Romans were so smart, why do we […]

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