We believe that understanding how people use a space will open up huge productivity improvements in process management, planning, staffing, operations, advertising and more.
From the starting point of simple people counts, we have moved to sophisticated occupancy and staffing metrics, with many new technologies in the pipeline. Our mission is to lower the barrier to entry of these technologies and deepen their link between the data and the process that is driven by it.
What has traditionally been a highly technical, heavy and service-based industry, we want people to easily try out and smoothly embed in their spaces in order to optimise and iterate their day-to-day operations.
Where more tickets are sold if there’s capacity. Where a venue understands which marketing works or doesn’t, and the staffing reflects the demand. We believe heating and cooling should only be used if there are people present, cleaning and maintenance processes respond to the usage rather than timers, rooms or halls are allocated by actual usage and much much more.
both the input and the output must be logical and aligned with how humans actually think about spaces, rooms and buildings
completely self-installable and easy to manage
privacy comes first. The entire stack is designed to avoid or eliminate all personal data.
Case Study: How Techniquest use occupancy data to maximise the visitor experience and create positive growth for the company.
Once we saw the graph, we realised we were able to admit 50% more visitors in the first time slot ...Read more
Case Study: How Tate Modern Improved Timed Ticketing To Admit More Visitors Into Sold Out Exhibitions.
The Challenges Of Timed Entry TicketingRead more
Case Study: How the Aquarium of Niagara used an occupancy counting solution with timed entry ticketing to increase visitor numbers.
The aquarium welcomes visitors year-round from a mix of members and non-members. The seasons, ...Read more
The Importance Of Data Accuracy In People Counters.
Understanding how people use your spaces, whether that be employees, visitors or customers, ...Read more