By measuring performance, analysing and then
reacting, an iterative closed loop approach to
business improvement can be adopted.
For example, a store planner may observe
customer traffic around a new product display.
By analysing dwell time in the area they may
find that whilst people pass the new display,
they are not attracted to it. The planner
may observe the effects of signage modifications
and actually measure the improvement in dwell
time as a result.
A threshold can be set for the maximum queue
length in, say, an airport so that when the
threshold is exceeded, additional staff can be
deployed to reduce queues.
Sensors may observe people passing a store,
count the numbers browsing the window display
and then track the customers as they enter the
store. The system can even differentiate
between tracking staff and customers so that
customer/staff engagement ratios can be
Smart Sensor technology can improve your
business or enhance your security.