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  • How To Measure Foot Traffic September 13, 2019 by Traf-Sys Many types of businesses, including for- and non-profits, rely on people patronizing them. Without adequate pedestrian traffic near your business, you may not hit the numbers you need. But getting people into the door is not the only reason you will want to evaluate foot traffic data. Identifying pedestrian cycles gives you the information you… Read more
  • 5 Components of a Memorable Museum Visitor Experience June 18, 2018 by Chris Wadsworth First-time visitors to your museum will leave with new knowledge and stunning visual memories that will inspire them to learn and create. Challenge: create museum visitor experiences that will also inspire them to return.  A visit to your museum should leave a lasting impression that may also spark conversations with friends and family or on… Read more
  • large crowd counting How to Count Crowds & Measure Attendance at Events April 15, 2018 by Chris Wadsworth You invested a lot of time and money planning, marketing, and holding your special event. After all is said and done, you may feel good about the outcome—it seemed like a success. Or was it? Your true marker for positive return on investment hinges on reliable large crowd counting to determine the actual number of… Read more
  • Gazelle 2 thermal imaging people counter 4 Reasons to Choose Thermal Imaging People Counters February 15, 2018 by Chris Wadsworth There are many people counting products available in the retail business market (e.g., door-mounted horizontal infrared beams, overhead video, thermal imaging, etc.), and not every type is right for every application. For malls and larger retail stores, museums, and libraries, the smart choice is a thermal imaging people counter designed to accurately monitor foot traffic… Read more
  • Most Visited Museums How Some of the Most Visited Museums Use People Counters to their Advantage November 1, 2017 by Chris Wadsworth While some of the country’s most-visited museums might be best known for the dazzling treasures within their four walls, they also have something else in common. In addition to organizing top-notch exhibitions, institutions ranging from New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Carnegie Museums… Read more
  • How Counting People Can Help with Your Program Funding Proposal September 21, 2016 by Chris Wadsworth Getting your programs funded can seem like an uphill battle. Decision-makers have myriad proposals to review, and making your pitch stand out can be quite the challenge. But did you know that you can leverage people counting technology to benefit your program funding proposal? Learn how to make traffic counters work for you. Highlight Your… Read more
  • Four Reasons Why People Counting is Critical for Visitor Centers September 10, 2015 by Chris Wadsworth The operational aspects of the visitor centers at parks and historic sites are easy to take for granted. But first impressions are as important for places as they are for people, and the welcome provided by a well-run visitor center can set the tone for people’s enjoyment of a site and its attractions. People counting… Read more
  • 4 Ways Visitor Centers Can Benefit from Traffic Counting November 11, 2014 by Chris Wadsworth Historical landmarks are commonly marked by visitor centers. Many tourists take these visitor centers for granted. However, due to tightening budgets, it can be difficult to upkeep and staff them appropriately. Traffic counting could be the solution that you may be looking for in regards to reporting and tracking historical trends. Often visitor centers are… Read more
  • Will Universities and Retailers Start Joining Forces to Stay Afloat? April 15, 2014 by Chris Wadsworth When we were in high school, applying to college was a rite of passage. Seniors would apply to two- or four-year schools and then wait for the mail every day, in anticipation of the thick envelopes that signified acceptance. Today, more high school graduates are starting to choose alternate paths. In fact, NBC News recently… Read more
  • University budgets tight, tuition high in 2014 January 29, 2014 by Chris Wadsworth State governors are beginning to unveil their budget plans for 2014. Although things are looking up from last year for higher education budgets, universities are still expressing concern about their ability to provide for their students. California Earlier this month, California Governor Jerry Brown announced that his budget plan would include a $142 million increase… Read more