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Where are museum visitors?

6 April, 2018

Automatic people counters in museums, iconic buildings and heritage centres help them to provide visitors a better experience

  People go less and less to museums: a NEA¹ study and this article from The Guardian analyse the  decline of visitors in countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, visitors’ rhythm to museums and heritage centres hasn’t stopped growing during the last years in Barcelona: from 2010 to 2016, visits have […]

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, […]

Technological innovation to reduce waiting time in lines

23 October, 2017

Waiting time in line before being attended can be crucial for the client when choosing one retailer or another.

  Waiting time in a line before being attended can be crucial for the client when choosing one retailer or another. This aspect is accentuated where we shop more often, on working days, when we’ve less time and our impatience grows. It’s the case of supermarkets. For this reason, there are already many retailers that […]

We’re attending the RBTE 2017

20 April, 2017

  We’re happy to announce that we’ll be attending the Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE), this May in London. We’ll be at stand 871, presenting our Mall Analytics Solution for department stores and shopping malls, and our Visitor Analytics Solution for other retailers, museums, restaurants, and events.   Over 17.000 visitors are expected to attend […]

Keep It Simple

28 September, 2015

If you are a supplier of any innovative technology you will probably have to help your clients in this preliminary process, which is basically related to process analysis, in order to provide a high quality product or service.

Often, technology overwhelms us: instead of making life easier, it makes it more complicated. It happens when we try to adapt ourselves to the technology instead of doing the other way round. It seems easy to give free rein to our imagination. The need to bring technology into companies is being repeated like a mantra, […]

Technology to build more Intelligent and Participatory Cities

8 July, 2015

Participatory cities are key to improve life

In the years following the financial crisis many of us remember the images of vacant buildings that were displayed in programs like Salvados. There would be virtually empty public places and transportation where our people counters would have died of boredom. Airports, train stations and even technology centers were all affected by this crisis, because […]