Access to information on the number of visitors and business patterns is currently in high demand among those working in various ways to develop and improve a city. Here we go over what you can measure and what benefits there are in measuring visitors in public environments - both for the benefit of shops and people in the city.
Since the outburst of the corona pandemic we have been receiving numerous inquiries from various industries regarding social distance solution for complying with maximum visitor limits and for regulated access solutions.
The purpose of a shopping center is to offer stores as high a proportion of potential buyers as possible. To do this, the center needs to know, among other things, the number of visitors and how the visitors move about on location. Here we go through some examples of what you can measure so that both the center and stores develop.
Museums today know the value of collecting statistically established visitor information. For many, the challenge lies in understanding and being able to link information to day-to-day work. If you succeed in doing so, you will be guaranteed to increase the visitor experience.
With over 30 000 installations and many hundred customers spread out across Europe and South East Asia we have established strong relations with our customers and suppliers. Our head office Nordic is located in Sweden, head office Europe in Germany and head office South-South East Asia in Indonesia.