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MaaS: What is it and how does it relate to Public Transport?

30 October, 2019

maas public transport

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) transforming our public transport Lately, the concept of “MaaS” is on everyone’s lips, but what exactly is it? According to UITP, “Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is the integration of, and access to, different transport services (such as public transport, ride-sharing, car-sharing, bike-sharing, scooter-sharing, taxi, car rental, ride-hailing and so […]

Smart offices: passing fad or necessary evolution?

8 October, 2019

smart offices counterest

More and more technology hubs, co-workings and offices are opting for the smart trend In a  previous post we talked about smart buildings, but we have detected a growth in the trend of smart offices so in this post we will be focusing on how technology can transform our workspace. Although it may seem that […]

Deep Learning applied to passenger counting

23 September, 2019

deep learning for passenger counting

Overcrowding automatic detection by using video surveillance in public transportation In this post, we will be focusing on how Deep Learning applied to passenger counting will improve public transport service quality. But before going into detail, we invite you to read this previous post. It provides information about the role of Artificial Intelligence in public […]

How to improve the customer experience in your restaurant?

11 October, 2018

Automated people counting horeca

  Long waiting times are the main reason for abandoning bars and restaurants. An important fact is that, from 5 minutes of waiting, the customer’s time perception is the double. Moreover, for a few months Google has also shown this information in its applications Maps and Search. That is why, in addition to offering good food, […]

The festival Arenal Sound uses Counterest’s automated people counters

8 August, 2018

Arenal Sound 2018 controls crowds with automated people counters

  Arenal Sound 2018, which has taken place between 31st July and 5th August in Burriana (Castellón), has used Counterest’s automated people counting system. The festival has recieved 300.000 attendees in 6 days and has become one of the most massive in Spain.   Counterest has experience in automated people counting in festivals as it […]

Bank branches and innovative technology: a new reality

30 January, 2018

Bank branches restructuring and new technologies

  In previous posts, we’ve talked about omnichannel operations in the retail sector and how physical stores will survive taking advantage of new technologies, and why having a complete and integrated vision of operations both in the points of sale and the online platforms is key.   Banks are no different: branches‘ image and functions are changing, […]

When art shares attention with audience

19 March, 2015

Museums use Counterest people counters and WiFi tracking to better understand their visitors

When we talk about people counting in crowded places – be it for security, resources optimization or marketing campaign evaluation – we think about train stations, concerts, night clubs, airports, tradeshows, … and also museums.