Fashion Island Adds New People Counting Sensors as the Largest Railway in South-East Asia Opens
Fashion Island Mall in Bangkok opens a new shopping experience called "Grand Station", as Bang Sue Grand Station, South-East Asia’s largest railway station is to Open 2021. With the main stop in front of the mall, people counting sensors from IMAS will be installed to collect valuable information such as numbers of visitors and people flow.
- We are pleased to support Fashion Island Mall with more sensors for this exciting project. They are our main client here in Thailand and have together with its neighbor and sister mall “Promenade Shopping Mall”, already over 50 3D sensors installed, says Monthira Boonpharawd, Country Manager at IMAS Group Thailand.
The information is analyzed in IMAS web portal Xperio
The sensors collect valuable information so that stores, malls, and public spaces can make better decisions and further improve the visitor experience. Through IMAS own web portal Xperio the information is analyzed and presented in a user-friendly and customized reports.
Massive train expansion adding new purchasing power
The “Grand Station” was created to respond to the continuous sky train expansion called Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS). Especially the Pink Line, which supports all modes of travel and the potential purchasing power of the people in this area. The “Grand Stations” design is inspired by the King's Cross train station in London, England.
With the main stop in front of the shopping center, Fashion Island will be welcoming customers traveling by BTS into the shopping mall comfortably.
For more information visit IMAS Group Thailand or contact.
Director, IMAS Group Thailand & South East Asia
Key Account Manager, IMAS Group Thailand
About Fashion Island Mall Bangkok
The Fashion Island Mall has an operational area of 350,000 square meters and is one of the biggest mall in South-East Asia.
Located on an area of 1.6 million square meters
8,000 parking spaces
More than 300 brands
We help and support shopping mall operators, retail chains, cities and public institutions (plus many more), collect and understand valuable information about visitors and customers. The information is collected from people counters, footfall traffic, ERPs or other sources of information. 100% GDPR Compliant.