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People Counting in United Kingdom

FootfallCam is a leading manufacturer of cutting-edge people counting solutions with AI-powered big data analytics. With Headquarter in the United Kingdom, we have a proven track record of providing innovative technology solutions for over 13 years. Customer satisfaction is central to our business philosophy.

Our dedicated support team is always available to address any inquiries or concerns you may have. Whether you require assistance with installation, troubleshooting, or harnessing the advanced features of our people counting devices, we're here to provide prompt and reliable support. We are committed to your success and will go the extra mile to ensure you achieve optimal results with our solutions. Our portfolio includes local deployments with renowned brands such as Pandora, The Body Shop, Joules, The Perfume Shop, Bonmarche, Fred Perry, Haringey Library, and many more.

Local Case Studies

Some of our local deployments across multiple industries.

  • FINISTERRE

    Finisterre designs functional and sustainable products for those that share a love of the sea. They have used FootfallCam people counting sensors for the last 8 years.

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  • THE BODY SHOP

    With the help of Accenture, FootfallCam has rolled out across all 500+ The Body Shop stores across Europe. The HQ, franchisee and regional management has access to their stores' live data, to make operational adjustments.

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  • FRED PERRY

    A well-known UK sports brand has used FootfallCam for the last 8 years to gain insights into the shopper behaviours in their shops.

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  • HARINGEY LIBRARIES

    It has replaced its legacy beam counters with FootfallCam 3D Pro2 sensors. The new FootfallCam sensors provide more accurate data and provide a comprehensive set of reports specifically designed for libraries.

  • PANDORA

    Pandora has replaced its legacy Prism people counters in all 300 of their stores in the UK. This change provides them with more accurate data and an enterprise-grade system to enhance their operational efficiency.

  • NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY

    FootfallCam was awarded the contract after a thorough bidding process. FootfallCam 3D Pro2 sensors have helped measure the number of visitors and determine which rooms the visitors have been in.

  • BONMARCHE

    The clothing retailer had over 380 stores nationwide, since 2017, it has been using FootfallCam 3D Pro2 to count the number of shoppers. It helps the retailer to set targets for the performance of each store.

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  • THE PERFUME SHOP

    With over 200 stores in the UK, sales conversion is an important business metric for women luxury stores. Since 2016, The Perfume Shop has selected FootfallCam 3D Pro2 for its accuracy and reliability.

  • QUICKSILVER

    It is the UK's largest slot gambling machine operator, with over 200 high street outlets. Since 2016 they have used FootfallCam 3D Pro2 people counting sensors to measure the Outside Traffic, Visitor Count, Revisit Frequency and Visit Duration.

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  • JOULES

    Joules had over 100 fashion retail stores in the UK. Since 2017 they have been using FootfallCam 3D Pro2 counting devices to benchmark each store’s performance.

  • AMATHUS DRINKS

    A small retail chain with 8 stores in cosmopolitan areas of London, people counting provides Amathus Drink an additional insight in their shopper behaviour and spending patterns.

  • WARWICK ART CENTRE

    The largest multi-artform venues in the UK, Warwick Arts Centre, has implemented FootfallCam system throughout its various halls and galleries. The advanced technology offers crucial insights into visitor numbers for a range of events, enabling decision-makers to fine-tune operations effectively.

  • EDEN MOBILITY

    Eden Mobility, a dedicated supplier of mobility aids and equipment, has adopted the FootfallCam people counting system to monitor customer flow in its stores, offering managers a comprehensive overview of store performance.

  • JORVIK VIKING CENTRE

    The globally acclaimed attraction in England, Jorvik Viking Centre, has installed the FootfallCam system on its premises. This technology provides detailed insights into visitor engagement, enabling the centre to enhance its immersive experience of the Viking era.

  • ARDS ARTS CENTRE

    Integrating with the schedules of exhibitions and programs, FootfallCam enables Ards Arts Centre to measure the foot traffic generated by each event within its historic building. This capability positions the centre as a pivotal institution in fostering artistic expression within the community.

  • YOUNG GALLERY

    Young Gallery, a contemporary art gallery co-located with a public library in a shared building, has implemented the FootfallCam solution. This allows decision-makers to acquire insights into the visitor trends of both the gallery and library spaces, facilitating the operations optimisation.

  • ENTER GALLERY

    Enter Gallery has installed a 3D people counter at the entrance to measure visitors. The solution includes a discreet wireless staff exclusion button, ensuring that staff movements are not counted while maintaining the gallery's aesthetic appeal.

  • FOR ART'S SAKE

    The renowned luxury eyewear brand, For Art's Sake, has implemented advanced people counting technology in its stores. The solution offers in-depth insights into customer behaviour and interaction with products, enabling management to enhance the service quality provided to clients seamlessly.

  • PLAS GLYN Y WEDDW ARTS CENTRE

    Plas Glyn-Y-Weddw Arts Centre, one of Wales' most historic art venues, has integrated 3D People Counters at its entrances. The technology enables decision-makers to gain insights into visitor traffic patterns within the building, including the galleries, exhibition venue, and cafeteria.

  • CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE

    The FootfallCam system has furnished the Camden Arts Centre with invaluable insights into visitor behaviour and engagement with artistic programmes, furthering the Centre's mission of bringing the community closer to artworks.

  • JERSEY PEARL

    Jersey Pearl, the leading jewellery chains across Europe, utilises FootfallCam's marketing effectiveness reports as an integral tool for strategic planning in marketing channels. The technology has given the management a competitive edge, reinforcing their leading position in the jewellery sector.

  • NORTH HARROW COMMUNITY LIBRARY

    North Harrow Community Library, a public library in North Harrow Community operated entirely by volunteers, has opted for the FootfallCam system. This technology is used to gauge the library's visitor numbers at different times of the day, facilitating the planning of volunteer schedules.

  • SUFFOLK LIBRARIES

    Suffolk Libraries, a charity managing a network of libraries across Suffolk, has installed footfall counters throughout its branches. The system analyse library usage on different days to improving the visitor experience and serving the Suffolk community more effectively.

  • KERB SEVEN DIALS

    Kerb Seven Dials, an indoor food market located in London, UK, has incorporated a people counting solution within its market hall. The technology helps tracking the traffic trends, ultimately enhancing the overall visitor experience.

  • THE ICE CREAM FARM

    The Ice Cream Farm, a popular attraction located in Cheshire has implemented FootfallCam people-counting system at their main entrance for visitor analytics to understand the footfall trend and peak hours so they can allocate their resource wisely.

  • CHESTER ZOO

    Chester Zoo, a zoological garden in the United Kingdom installed FootfallCam people counters at their main entrance for operational planning, which includes adjusting staffing levels, managing resources effectively, and ensuring that services align with visitor demand.

  • UPSIDE DOWN HOUSE

    The Upside Down House at Westfield White City is an interactive tourist spot. By integrating FootfallCam people counters at their main entrance, they collected valuable insights on visitor numbers and traffic pattern to aid in making informed decisions.

  • THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY (RHS)

    The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is a prominent gardening and horticultural organization based in the United Kingdom. They installed FootfallCam people counters to understand peak visiting times, popular areas within the gardens, and overall visitor flow.

  • RSPCA CHARITY SHOP

    RSPCA North Wiltshire has installed people counter in their charity shop in Warminster to understand foot traffic patterns for optimal staffing levels adjustment during peak hours.

  • ST GEORGE'S HALL

    Liverpool City Council has implemented a footfall counter at St George's Hall, one of the world's finest neoclassical buildings. This technology monitors the building's occupancy levels, offering insights into the visitor numbers drawn by the various events held at this historic landmark.

  • STONECREST MARBLE

    Stonecrest Marble, a prominent distributor of tiles and natural stones in the UK, has installed people counting systems in its outlets to track customer numbers. This key deployment is crucial for management to assess the performance of each outlet.

  • ME+EM

    The luxury and contemporary fashion brand, ME+EM, has utilised FootfallCam Analytic Manager to gain real-time occupancy data for its stores. The customizable analytic reports furnish decision-makers with a comprehensive overview of store performance, enabling them to formulate suitable business strategies for sustainable business growth.

  • SOUTH WEST HERITAGE TRUST

    South West Heritage Trust, the independent charity for Somerset, Devon and South West, has implemented the FootfallCam people counting system for the local galleries and museums including The Museum of Somerset, Somerset Rural Life Museum, and the Wyndham Gallery.

  • HENRY MOORE FOUNDATION

    The Henry Moore Foundation, a registered charity dedicated to education and the promotion of fine arts, has equipped the Henry Moore Institute with people counters. These devices are used to monitor visitor numbers and track building occupancy levels, enabling management to assess the impact of exhibitions and events hosted at the institute.

  • LIBERTY LONDON

    Liberty London, a prestigious department store in London, employs 3D people counters to track the number of customers and the occupancy levels across its various areas. This valuable data assists management in understanding customer shopping patterns, allowing them to optimise the store's layout.

  • MARKET HALLS

    Market Halls has installed footfall counting systems across its venues, including those in Victoria, Canary Wharf, and Oxford Street. This technology tracks the visitor numbers, offering insights into visitor trends. These insights are crucial for effective staff allocation, ensuring an exciting and buzzing dining experience for all guests.

  • MATALAN

    The UK-based fashion and home furnishing retailer, Matalan, has equipped the entrances of its outlets with traffic counters. These systems accurately measure store occupancy levels, providing key retail analytics that aid decision-makers in assessing the effectiveness of their marketing strategies.

  • SANTANDER WORK CAFÉS

    Santander International, a Spanish multinational commercial bank, has introduced a footfall counting system in its Work Cafés located in Jersey and the Isle of Man. This technology, installed across various spaces, enables management to gain insights into the occupancy levels in different workspaces and café areas.

  • BEYOND RETRO

    Beyond Retro is a renowned vintage fashion retailer that has implemented the FootfallCam solution in its stores across the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Finland. This serves as a critical tool for monitoring regional store performance.

  • BUSBY & FOX

    Busby & Fox, a homegrown independent fashion brand, is utilising FootfallCam analytic software to gain real-time insights into store performance. By analysing footfall data pre and post promotional events, management can effectively gauge the impact of their marketing strategies.

  • GENESIS MOTOR

    Genesis, the luxury automotive brand, has rolled out the FootfallCam system in its experience studios and showrooms throughout the UK, Germany, and Switzerland. This system provide the management with better insight into visitor engagement, improving overall customer experience.

  • HOMETIME

    Hometime, a specialist in sofas and beds, has deployed 3D footfall counters in its Dreams showrooms across Ireland and the UK. The technology monitors customer shopping journeys within the store, providing decision-makers with invaluable insights, aiding in the optimisation of store layouts.

  • MORPLAN

    Morplan, the leading retailer of fashion accessories and equipment in the UK, has installed people counters in its regional stores, including locations in London, Glasgow, and Bristol. This system monitors the shopping journey of customers, providing management with valuable insights to optimize store layout and staff allocation.

  • JOSEPH

    The luxury British fashion brand, Joseph, has integrated a people counting system into its iconic outlets in London. By comparing customer traffic before and after promotional events, the management can assess the effectiveness of marketing initiatives in attracting footfall.

  • CASH CONVERTERS

    Cash Converters is the leading retailer of second-hand goods and pawnbroking in the UK. 3D people counters have been installed at its store entrances to monitor customer traffic, allowing the management to distinguish between stores with high and low performance.

  • WESTERN COMPUTER

    Western Computer, an independent Apple Premium Reseller, has installed FootfallCam people counters at the entrances of its outlets to measure customer traffic. This data is crucial for management to understand store performance and obtain key metrics, such as conversion rates and turn-in rates.

  • WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL

    One of the most historically significant buildings in Britain, Winchester Cathedral, has been outfitted with a people counting system. This technology monitors occupancy levels in different areas of the building, enabling management to assess and justify the effectiveness of various programs and events in attracting visitors.

  • KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN (KFC)

    KFC, has implemented FootfallCam system to measure employee's service levels KPI. The technology monitors customer behavior and queue lines at key service areas, including kiosks, ordering counters, and pick-up counters. These insights are invaluable in facilitating smooth and efficient business processes.

  • ALBION COMPUTERS

    Albion Computers, an Apple Premium Reseller, has installed people counting systems across its iStores in the UK. This system acts as a vital tool, offering a comprehensive view of customer traffic and store performance. This data enables management to optimise business operations, leading to an enhanced customer experience.

  • MERKUR CASINO

    Merkur Casino, one of Europe's largest gaming organisations, has equipped its outlets across the UK, including locations in Mansfield, Glasgow, and Southall, with FootfallCam people counters. This technology offers vital insights into customer traffic at the store level, enabling management to gauge the effectiveness of their marketing initiatives.

  • OASIS

    The well-known British fashion and accessories retailer, Oasis, has utilized a footfall counting system to aid in informed decision-making. Employing FootfallCam technology, the retailer is able to track customer shopping patterns in its stores, gaining insights that are critical for optimizing store layout and operations.

  • REGATTA

    The esteemed British outdoor and leisure clothing brand, Regatta, has employed the FootfallCam system to monitor its store performance and operations throughout America and Europe, encompassing Canada, the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland, and Italy.

  • SUPERBIKE FACTORY

    Superbike Factory, Europe's largest retailer of used motorbikes, has installed people counting systems in its showrooms and outlets throughout the UK. This technology delivers crucial metrics, including visitor numbers, product engagement, and customer shopping patterns.

  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET

    The American multinational supermarket chain has rolled out footfall counters in its London stores, including those in Richmond, Camden, and Clapham. Utilizing the advanced retail analytics, decision-makers can assess the effectiveness of their marketing initiatives in attracting customers.

  • ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND

    Zero Waste Scotland, a non-profit environmental organisation, has installed people counters for environmentally friendly organizations in Scotland, including The Bike Station, Bike for Good, and Remakery. These devices are used to measure the social impact these entities have on local communities.

  • FRAMELESS IMMERSIVE ART EXPERIENCE

    The premier multi-sensory experience center in the UK, Frameless Immersive Art Experience, has installed a people counting system in its galleries. The system measures occupancy levels inside the galleries, enabling staff to regulate the number of visitors and ensure a truly immersive art experience for all guests.

  • INTERNATIONAL WORK GROUP (IWG)

    IWG, a global leader in workspace solutions, has implemented people counting systems in its co-working spaces across major UK cities, including Staines, Uxbridge, and Stokenchurch. These solutions provide insights into tenant preferences, enabling management to fine-tune their offerings and enhance the workspace experience.

  • VISITSCOTLAND

    VisitScotland, Scotland's national tourism organisation, has equipped its iCentres with FootfallCam people counters to monitor the number of visitors entering and leaving these information centres. This technology plays a crucial role in assessing the impact of these centres on both the local community and travelers.

  • DERMALOGICA UK

    Dermalogica is a professional skincare brand. FootfallCam people counters have been installed at its shop entrances to measure the inflow and outflow of customers. This innovative technology provides insights into visitor trends, allowing decision-makers to monitor store performance.

  • myCigara

    myCigara, a leading vape store in the UK, has adopted FootfallCam Analytic Manager to support its strategic decision-making process. This technology offers customizable reports on customer trends within their stores, enabling management to evaluate and justify the effectiveness of their marketing strategies.

  • BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY

    The British Red Cross Society, a key member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in the UK, has implemented FootfallCam people counters at the entrances of its Red Cross Charity Shops in major cities, including Brighton, Belfast, Aberdeen, and Durham.

  • L'OCCITANE UK

    The esteemed skincare and beauty brand, L'Occitane, has selected FootfallCam for its accuracy and reliability. People counters have been installed at the entrances of their stores to gather critical insights that aid in optimizing store operations. This includes metrics such as conversion rates, peak hours, and visitor trends.

  • CHARLES CLINKARD

    The renowned footwear retailer, Charles Clinkard, has implemented people counting system for its stores across the major cities in the UK, including Bristol, New Castle, Oxford, and York. The system serves as a critical tool to monitor the performance of the stores, providing critical retail insights to the management.

  • ROBERT GODDARD

    Robert Goddard, a retailer known for its quality fashion apparel, has chosen FootfallCam people counters to support informed decision-making. The solution provide insights into visitor trends and peak hours, enabling management to maintain an optimal staff-to-customer ratio, thus ensuring an excellent shopping experience.

  • CO-OP UK

    One of the UK's largest food retailers, Co-op UK, has deployed people counters in its stores to provide real-time occupancy data. By integrating FootfallCam with their automated electronic doors, the solution controls visitor access when certain occupancy limits are reached, ensuring efficient and safe store management.

  • PAVERS SHOES

    Pavers Shoes, a leading shoe retailer in the UK, has installed a people counting system in its stores to track customer numbers. This deployment is in line with the company's goal of offering an exceptional, personalised shopping experience to its customers.

  • MCGILL'S BUSES

    One of the UK's largest independent bus companies, McGill's Buses, has introduced a smart bus system for its bus routes. Through integration with the bus schedule, this system offers valuable insights to the management, enabling them to identify underutilized routes and redesign schedules for optimal bus planning.

  • MORLEYS STORES GROUP

    Morleys Stores Group is a chain of independently owned department stores. FootfallCam people counters have been installed at its department store entrances to gather insights into visitor trends, providing decision-makers with a clearer view of their store's performance.

  • NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY

    One of the leading public universities in Newcastle, has introduced people counters in its Computing Information Services (CIS) building. This technology is a crucial component of the building's information system, offering vital insights into occupancy levels and the utilisation rate of its facilities.

  • COOKES FURNITURE

    Cookes Furniture is an independent furniture retailer in the UK. It has deployed footfall counters for its showrooms in Birmingham and Christchurch. The system aids in operational optimisation by providing important metrics such as conversion rate, dwell time and customer flow across different retail area.

  • BELL PLANTATION GARDEN CENTRE

    Bell Plantation Garden Centre, a family-owned garden and poultry complex, has introduced a footfall counting sensor within its premises. This strategic installation is designed to monitor visitor traffic and, by integrating with its sales data, to ascertain the conversion rate.

  • ARBNCO LTD.

    Arbnco Ltd. has chosen FootfallCam as part of its office set up in the Inovo building in Glasgow. It provides a comprehensive perspective on the occupancy and usage rates of different workspaces, offering essential insights to improve and maximise workplace efficiency.

  • VICTORINOX

    The global renowned company famed for its Swiss Army Knives, Victorinox, has implemented FootfallCam in its stores across Switzerland, Austria, Germany, the UK, the Czech Republic, France and Hong Kong, serving as a critical tool to monitor regional operational performance.

  • WONDERBRA

    Wonderbra, a well-known lingerie brand, has implemented FootfallCam people counters into its store-in-store setups in London. This offers insights into foot traffic patterns, enabling analysis of the efficiency of store and product placement, and sales strategies.

  • THE GLASSHOUSE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR MUSIC

    The Glasshouse International Centre for Music in Newcastle has installed the FootfallCam people counter at its entrance to accurately monitor visitor traffic, gain insights into visitor demographics, and understand audience engagement dynamics.

  • WILSONS CARPETS

    A leading UK flooring and bed retailer, with over 15 stores across South Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, and Nottinghamshire, Wilsons Carpets has chosen FootfallCam people counter to measure visitor traffic and patterns, enhancing store layout and product placement strategies.

  • STEEL AND JELLY

    Steel and Jelly, a leading fashion designer, employs FootfallCam for foot traffic analysis in their UK and Canada stores. This data offers insights into traffic patterns, helping in understanding peak hours and optimal shopping times.

  • HIGHGROVE

    Under the King’s Foundation in the UK, Highgrove has incorporated its garden with the FootfallCam people counting technology to track overall visitor movement, and analyse peak visitation periods, allowing for a better staff-to-customer ratio for exceptional experiences.

  • AVANTGARDE

    Avantgarde, a leading experiential marketing agency, has enhanced its event management capabilities with the FootfallCam people counting system at its pop-up events. This sharpens visitor traffic monitoring, offering valuable insights into campaign effectiveness and reach.

  • LONDON AUDIO VISUAL LTD.

    A prominent player in AV equipment hire specialising in exhibition solutions, London Audio Visual Ltd. has installed a FootfallCam people counter in their centre to measure visitor numbers. This provides organisers with valuable data on the event’s impact and reach.

  • BRANCHOUT PRODUCTIONS LTD.

    Branchout Productions, a London-based AV equipment hire service specialising in events management, has collaborated with FootfallCam to implement a people-counting system to monitor visitor numbers. This enables management to assess the impact of events.

  • IZIPIZI

    The globally renowned company famed for its glasses, Izipizi, has installed FootfallCam people counter in its stores across the UK, France, Belgium, and Croatia. This provides valuable customer behaviour insights, aiding in staffing and marketing optimisation for better sales.

  • BATH AND NOTTH EAST SOMERSET LIBRARIES

    Bath and North East Somerset Council (BaNES) has deployed footfall counters in its library to monitor visitor trends. By analysing visitor patterns, the library can align its resources and services with the community's needs, thereby improving the library experience.

  • QD COMMERCIALS

    QD is an independent discount retail chain in the UK. It has installed footfall counters in its stores located in Nottingham, Guildford, and England to gain customer insights, facilitating informed decision-making to optimise store operations.

  • ASTRID AND MIYU

    With over 20 stores located across London, Leeds, Manchester, Dublin, and New York, visitor counts and sales conversion are crucial for the jewellery stores. Since 2023, Astrid and Miyu has selected FootfallCam 3D Pro2 due to its precision and reliability.

  • SWEATY BETTY

    A popular women's clothing retailer, Sweaty Betty, uses people-counting systems across their stores in the UK and Singapore to gain insights into visitor trends and peak hours, and optimise staff-to-customer ratios for exceptional shopping experiences.

  • SHETSON PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED

    A major property developer, Shetson Property Developments Ltd., has deployed the FootfallCam people counter in its England offices. This system offers a comprehensive overview of workspace occupancy and utilisation rates, optimising workplace efficiency and productivity.

  • VAPOURCORE

    As a leading vape store in the UK, Vapourcore has installed the FootfallCam people counter across its store in London. This tool provides tailored reports on customer trends within their stores, empowering management to evaluate marketing efficiency.

  • PRINCIPLE CLEANING SERVICES

    52 Lime Street, also known as The Scalpel, has been equipped with a people counters. The system tracks the visitor numbers of the building, enabling Principle Cleaning Services to ensure a clean and well-maintained environment within the building.

  • CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL

    The 900-year-old cathedral located in Chichester has replaced all their battery-powered counters with FootfallCam people counters. The upgrade ensures a more efficient monitoring of footfall, aiding in the preservation of the historic site and managing the number of visitors safely and effectively.

  • LOUNGE UNDERWEAR

    Lounge Underwear, an independent retailer specialising in women's underwear, has installed people counters in its outlets in Bristol, London, and Edinburgh. The solution provides insights into customer trends, enabling management to tailor store operations and processes to effectively meet customer needs.

  • REAL IDEAS

    In collaboration with Real Ideas, a footfall counting solution has been installed at Liskeard Library. This solution focuses on entrance counting to accurately measure the number of people entering the building. It provides decision-makers with an overview of visitor trends on both a weekly and daily basis.

  • BATH SHACK

    Bath Shack has introduced footfall counters in its showrooms across Ballymena, Coleraine, and Lisburn. It offers insights into customer dwell time and shopping patterns, enabling management to determine the most effective showroom layout and visual merchandising strategy.

  • BRITISH LAND

    Collaborated with FootfallCam, British Land has installed a people counter for a Crew Clothing's retail store. The system tracks the customer movement within different area of the pop up stores, offering insights into the customer shopping pattern and behaviour.

  • CLACTON PIER

    The largest pleasure pier in the UK, Clacton Pier, has installed footfall sensors at its entrances. This system measures the visitor flow, providing management with a comprehensive view of visitor traffic trends. to aid in strategic decision-making and efficient resource allocation.

  • EDGE OF THE WORLD

    The lifestyle fashion group, Edge Of The World, has installed footfall sensors in its stores, including Weird Fish, The British Emporium, Edge Of The World, and Joe Browns, across Cumbria and Derbyshire. It offers real-time data on the store occupancy levels, facilitating performance evaluation.

  • HAPPY SOCKS

    The Swedish manufacturer of socks, Happy Socks, has installed footfall counters across its London outlets. This system enables management to gauge the impact of marketing efforts on customer footfall traffic, providing greater visibility into the effectiveness of marketing initiatives.

  • JARDINE MOTORS GROUP

    One of the UK's largest automotive retailers, Jardine Motors Group, has installed footfall counters in its car showrooms in Lancashire, Essex, and Buckinghamshire. It allows the management to adjust staffing levels according to actual customer traffic, ensuring prompt customer services.

  • MINISO UK

    The lifestyle retailer, Miniso, has introduced footfall sensors in its outlets located in Ealing, Cardiff, and Cambridge. The key deployment offers insights to management, aiding in strategic decision-making and playing a critical role in supporting its expansion strategy in the UK.

  • CALENDAR CLUB

    Calendar Club UK has deployed footfall sensors in its outlets across Cardiff, Chichester, Exeter, and Plymouth. Through footfall analysis, informed decisions can be made on stock levels to cater to the fluctuating customer demands, ensuring optimal service throughout the year.

  • GLASSWORKS LONDON

    Glassworks London, a London-borned fashion brand, has installed footfall counters for its London stores. The installation tracks the customer respond and engagement with the store offerings, ensuring the store to always align with the latest market preference.

  • LEGOLAND WINDSOR RESORT

    Legoland Windsor Resort has deployed people counting system throughout the theme park. By analysing visitor footfalls and movement, the theme park can enhance the visitor experience by efficiently managing crowd flow, and ensuring that events and staff are optimally allocated.

  • VPZ

    VPZ has installed people counters in its outlets across Essex, Northumberland, Edinburgh, and Lanarkshire. By understanding the areas of high interest within the stores, VPZ can tailor its product range, and promotional activities to better meet the customer expectation.

  • 73 RETAIL

    73 Retail, a distributor of lifestyle brands, has installed footfall sensors in its Timberland and Fat Face stores in Leeds, Brierley Hill, and Southampton. By monitoring customer traffics, decision-makers can gain insights into how customers respond to their marketing initiatives.

  • DESIGNERS GUILD

    The British luxury interiors brand company, Designers Guild, has deployed footfall counters for its flagship store on The King's Road and Marylebone High Street. The technology tracks the visitor flow of the store, allowing the management to gain insights into the customer traffic trend.

  • E-CIGARETTE DIRECT

    E-Cigarette Direct, a vape retailer established in the UK, has installed a people counting system in its stores in Swansea, Bridgend, and Hereford. By tracking customer footfall traffic, management can evaluate customer responses to their marketing initiatives.

  • FISH BROTHERS PAWNBROKERS

    Fish Brothers Pawnbrokers, a locally established pawnbroking service provider, has equipped its stores in Harlow and Chelmsford with footfall sensors. The technology analyse customer traffic trends, allowing for an assessment of the performance of each individual store.

  • JERSEY HERITAGE

    Jersey Heritage, an independent trust dedicated to promoting Jersey's historic sites, has installed people counters at the Jersey Museum. The museum utilises real-time occupancy data to aid in crowd control and ensure the preservation of the museum's exhibits and spaces.

  • KCOM

    The homegrown communication service provider, KCOM, has introduced a people counter for its store on Carr Lane, Hull. By measuring customer flow, the system offers management real-time occupancy data of the store, enabling effective visitor flow management.

  • KINSETSU

    Kinsetsu has deployed footfall counters in historical buildings, including the Tower Museum in Derry and Guildhall in London. By monitoring visitor numbers, it help manage crowd density and maintain a safe environment for both visitors and the preservation of the buildings.

  • PARK CAMERAS

    Park Cameras has installed FootfallCam sensors in its outlets in West Sussex and London. The initiative allows Park Cameras to ensure that customer service is efficiently managed, enhancing the shopping experience by ensuring adequate staffing during peak visitor times.

  • SAINT HELENA AIRPORT

    Saint Helena Airport, the international airport on Saint Helena, has installed footfall sensors at its entrances. By monitoring the traffic trends of the airport, this allows management to dynamically adjust staffing levels, ensuring a high quality of customer service.

  • THE CHUCKLING CHEESE COMPANY

    The Chuckling Cheese Company has implemented footfall counting sensors for its outlets in Skegness and Doncaster. By gaining insights into customer footfall traffic, the company is able to optimise their store process for enhanced customer experience.

  • WILLOW & HALLS

    Willow & Hall has installed a footfall counter for its London showroom. By analysing the customer visit patterns, they can optimise the showroom layout and environment to enhance the customer experience, encouraging longer visits and greater interaction with their products.

  • HENMORES

    Henmores, the award-winning premium country lifestyle retailer with locations in Ashbourne and Peak Village, uses FootfallCam to monitor daily visitor count, outside traffic, turn-in rate, and dwell time, enabling strategic decision-making on staffing and marketing strategies.

  • IM&M SUITE

    IM&M Suite is dedicated to enhancing its office environment and productivity by closely monitoring workflow patterns and utilisation rates within its workspace. Since 2018, the company has partnered with FootfallCam, drawn by the system's proven accuracy and reliability.

  • LINDA FARROW

    Linda Farrow, a renowned luxury eyewear retailer, has chosen FootfallCam for visitor tracking at its flagship stores worldwide. This helps the management to understand visitor patterns, enabling the optimisation of store operations to enhance customer experiences.

  • PIAZZA CASTELLO

    A renowned luxury cashmere and silk retailer in London, Piazza Castello, deploys our people counters to understand customer behaviours, enabling informed decisions on staffing and store layout. This underscores their commitment to providing an exceptional customer experience.

  • THE FARMERS ARMS

    The Farmers Arms, a prominent diner in Apperley, monitors customer traffic and behaviour through FootfallCam people counters. This strategic deployment allows the management to optimise staffing and service levels to enhance the overall guest experience.

  • 4D MONITORING LTD.

    4D Monitoring Ltd revolutionises building management with FootfallCam technology. By gaining insights into workspace occupancy, the company optimises building operations, reduces energy expenditure, and promotes a more efficient and sustainable environment for its employees.

  • LOAF

    Loaf has installed footfall sensors in its showrooms in Leeds and Edinburgh. By measuring customer dwell time and tracking the shopping journey, management can evaluate different visual merchandising strategies and showroom layouts to enhance customer experience.

  • MOSCOT

    The American luxury eyewear brand, Moscot, has installed footfall counters for its stores across Europe, including Italy, the UK and the Netherlands. The system serves as a critical tool to monitor regional business performance, aiding in supporting business expansion strategy.

  • ORIGINAL STYLE

    The leading ceramic tile manufacturer in the UK, Original Style, has deployed footfall counters in its showrooms to gain metrics such as outside traffic and turn-in rate. It allows the management to understand the effectiveness of their exterior display in attracting footfalls.

  • SÉZANE

    Sézane has integrated FootfallCam's people counting solution to leverage retail analytics. This system delivers in-depth insights into customer flow and behaviours, helping to improve the overall shopping experience.

  • SUMMERHILL GARDEN CENTRE

    Summerhill Garden Centre, a garden centre and plant nursery based in Essex, has installed people counters to track the visitor flow. By understand the number of visitors, the management is able to allocate their resources accordingly based on the visitor footfall.

  • ALFREDO SALVATORI

    Salvatori, an Italian home design specialist, has equipped its showrooms in London and Milan with people counters.It tracks the number of customers visiting the showrooms, allowing management to tailor the store layout and staffing levels in accordance with customer traffic trends.

  • ARCADE FOOD HALL

    The high-end food hall in New Oxford, Arcade Food Hall, has installed footfall sensors to monitor the occupancy levels of the hall. The proactive way of managing visitor flow helps to create a more enjoyable dining experience, encouraging positive customer feedback.

  • BATHROOM TAKEAWAY

    Bathroom Takeaway, a bathroom supply store, has leveraged FootfallCam sensors to obtain live occupancy data. This technology enables management to align staffing levels with predicted footfall traffic, ensuring that every customer receives attentive service.

  • CHERRY LANE BRADMORE

    Cherry Lane Bradmore has equipped its entrance with a people counters to count the customers entering the premises. By analysing footfall data, Cherry Lane Bradmore can make informed decisions to enhance customer experience and optimise store layout.

  • DALES COUNTRYSIDE MUSEUM (DCM)

    The Dales Countryside Museum, located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, has installed footfall counters at its entrances. By analysing footfall data, it can ensure efficient resources management to enhance educational opportunities and enjoyment of the museum's offerings.

  • EZ LIVING

    The Irish furniture brand, EZ Living Furniture, has chosen FootfallCam for its high accuracy and reliability. This technology monitors visitor numbers and customer engagement with furniture, providing insights into store performance and customer preferences for their products.

  • FOREVER CENTRE FULHAM

    Forever Living has installed footfall counters for the Forever Centre Fulham located at Alexander House. The system measures the number of customers visiting the center, allowing the management to plan the staffing level effectively to ensure prompt customer services.

  • FOWLERS

    The long-established motorcycle distributor, Fowlers, has equipped its Kawasaki showroom in Bristol with people counters. By aligning the staffing level with customer trends, the showroom can ensure an attentive and efficient service to enhance customer experience and satisfaction.

  • FRANCIS CRICK INSTITUTE

    The Francis Crick Institute, a biomedical research centre in London, has been equipped with a people counting system. This system features a comprehensive dashboard that provides management with live occupancy data and visitor trends of the building.

  • GORDALE GARDEN CENTRE

    The Gordale Garden Centre has been equipped with a footfall counter to measure visitor flows. By understanding how visitors navigate and interact with the space, they can make informed adjustments to product placement, signage, and overall center layout.

  • GURU NANAK DARBAR GURDWARA

    One of the largest Sikh gurdwaras in Europe, Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, has been equipped with footfall counting sensors. This system measures the live occupancy of the building, enabling decision-makers to understand the impact of events held at the gurdwara.

  • GURU NANAK NISHKAM SEWAK JATHA (GNNSJ)

    The faith-based charitable organisation, GNNSJ, has implemented a footfall counting system at its branch in London. By monitoring the real-time occupancy of the building, GNNSJ can maintain a safe environment for all attendees and comply to safety regulation.

  • HAVAIANAS

    The renowned Brazilian flip-flops brand, Havaianas has installed people counters for its stores in London. The system provides valuable metrics including conversion rate, outside traffic and turn-in rate, allowing the management to comprehensively assess the store performance.

  • HEDGE END PARK - M&S & SAINSBURYS

    The supermarket located in Tollbar Way, Hedge End, has been outfitted with footfall sensors. This system includes shopper counting capabilities, enabling management to monitor real-time shopper footfall within the supermarket.

  • HOLT GARDEN CENTRE

    Holt Garden Centre has installed people counters at its entrance to monitor the real-time customer traffic in its premises. The deployment enables management to understand customer behaviour and shopping patterns, facilitating operation optimisation.

  • HONDA

    Honda has deployed FootfallCam systems in its European showrooms, covering Germany, France, Italy, the UK, Portugal, Spain, and extending to Nepal. These solutions track visitor metrics like dwell time, heat maps, and space utilisation, enhancing the showroom experience.

  • IBROKE MY GADGET

    The electronic repair specialist, iBroke My Gadget, leverages FootfallCam to measure footfall traffics. By aligning staffing levels and operational with customer demand, the store can optimise its service delivery, minimising wait times and improving overall customer satisfaction.

  • INGRAM MICRO UK

    The leading tech distributor, Ingram Micro, has installed a Smart Washroom Solution in its UK office. By monitoring washroom usage, the system aids the company in efficiently scheduling cleaning tasks to ensure the cleanliness of the washrooms.

  • JOE BROWNS

    Joe Browns has introduced footfall counters in its stores located in Leeds, Sheffield, and York. By monitoring key metrics such as sales conversion and footfall traffic, the company can gain insights into customer responses to their new arrivals.

  • JT GLOBAL

    JT Global, a communication solution provider, has deployed people counting solutions in its outlets in Guernsey and Jersey. This solution enables the stores to allocate resources efficiently according to footfall traffic, ensuring a high level of customer service experience.

  • KING'S LYNN BUS INFORMATION OFFICE

    The Bus Information Office in King's Lynn has been equipped with a footfall counting system. By understanding peak times and visitor trends, the Bus Information Office can allocate resources more effectively, enhancing the customer experience.

  • LADERACH

    The homegrown Swiss chocolatier, Läderach, has implemented a people counting system in its stores across Switzerland, Germany and the United Kingdom. This system provides a macro view of the effectiveness of regional marketing initiatives and store performance.

  • LEADERS ROMANS GROUP

    Leaders Romans Group has installed people counters in its Leaders service outlets in Emsworth and Hove. By measuring customer traffic, the company can optimise resource allocation, enhancing efficiency and ensuring that clients receive timely assistance.

  • WING YIP

    The leading oriental grocer in the UK, Wing Yip, has installed footfall sensors in its stores. By gaining insights into customer dwell time and shopping patterns, the company can try different visual merchandising strategies and store layouts to maximise customer satisfaction.

  • LONE DESIGN CLUB

    Lone Design Club, an independent fashion store, has installed a footfall counter in its London outlet. The solution monitors the customer traffic, allowing the store to gauge the popularity of new arrivals and adjust its product offerings and marketing strategies accordingly.

  • MAILLE

    Unilever, the multinational FMCG giant, has installed people counters in its gourmet grocery stores, Maille, across the Uk, France and Spain. By monitoring customer footfalls, the stores can gauge the effectiveness of Maille's marketing strategies in influencing footfall traffic.

  • MAJESTIC WINE

    The leading wine specialist in the UK, Majestic Wine, installed footfall sensors for its stores in Islington and Harborough. The company has been fueled with insighs into the marketing effectiveness by monitoring the rise in customer footfalls during the promotional events.

  • MONTBLANC

    The luxury accessories brand, Montblanc, has deployed footfall sensors in its boutique on New Bond Street. The deployment offers insights into customer behavior and preferences, facilitating informed strategic decision-making to enhance business performance.

  • MULTIYORK FURNITURE

    An independent British furniture retailer, MultiYork, has installed footfall sensors in its stores in Leeds and Manchester. By understanding the customer footfalls and dwell time, it allows the management to optimise the store operation and layout, enhancing customer satisfaction.

  • NINE TO ELEVEN

    Nine to Eleven has equipped its large showroom in Malton with footfall counters. By monitoring customer traffic and dwell time within the showroom, management can assess the effectiveness of the showroom layout and visual merchandising strategy.

  • ROXY LEISURE

    The social gaming bar chain, Roxy Leisure, has deployed footfall sensors in its Leeds bar. By understanding store footfall trends, Roxy Leisure can provide timely and efficient service to its customers, ensuring the venue is well-prepared to meet customer demand at all times.

  • SKINNYDIP LONDON

    The London-based lifestyle and accessories brand, Skinnydip, has installed footfall counters in its London outlets. By analysing the footfall data, Skinnydip can assess the impact of various promotional efforts on store traffic for tailoring future marketing strategies.

  • SPARK YORK

    The outdoor community space in York, Spark York, has deployed footfall sensors at its entrance. By monitoring visitor numbers, Spark York can adjust its facilities, events, and staffing levels accordingly, ensuring that the space remains comfortable and enjoyable.

  • SWANAGE RAILWAY GIFT SHOP

    Swanage Railway Gift Shop has introduced a FootfallCam Meshhub in its outlet. By integrating the innovative device with the shop's electronic shelf label (ESL), the shop can change the merchandise price in a very short time, facilitaing efficient pricing management.

  • THE FAR CANAL

    The Far Canal, a village pub located in Taunton, has installed a footfall counting sensor at its entrance and exit. The sensors offer customer traffic data for effective staff allocation, allowing for prompt customer service to ensure the venue is well-prepared for the customers.

  • TOTAL BATHROOMS

    The bathroom supply shop, Total Bathrooms, has equipped its showrooms with people counters. By monitoring the customer flow visiting the showroom, the company can effectively plan for staffing level to ensure each visitor is well-servied to enhance customer satisfaction.

  • VENDULA LONDON

    Vendula London, a locally established fashion accessories brand, has installed footfall sensors in its London outlets. The system provides insights into customer responses to the latest collection, enabling the store to align closely with current fashion trends and preferences.

  • WAREHOUSE

    Warehouse, a British clothing retail chain, has installed people counting system for its outlets. By observing the turn-in-rate and customer traffic of the store, the system allows the management to justify the effectiveness of store exterior display in attracting customers.

  • WHIRLIGIG TOYS

    Whirligig Toys, an independent toy shop in the UK, has introduced FootfallCam in its outlets in Brighton and Chichester. The shop gains insights into customer behavior and shopping patterns, enabling the optimisation of store offerings and product displays.

  • MINT VELVET

    The prominent British womenswear brand has installed people counters in its boutique This strategic use of technology allows the brand to tailor its offerings and marketing strategies to meet customer desires more accurately, solidifying its position in the market.

  • COTSWOLD OUTDOOR

    The outdoor clothing and equipment store, Cotswold Outdoor, has deployed a people counter in its outlets in Bath, England. By analysing customer footfall in response to various marketing initiatives, Cotswold Outdoor can refine its approach to promotional efforts.

  • BANK OF AMERICA

    Bank of America has partnered with FootfallCam to implement a comprehensive smart office solution. This technology provides real-time visitor traffic, enabling the measurement of workspace utilisation rates and the detection of any unusual patterns or unauthorised access.

  • PETIT BATEAU

    With stores located across the world, metrics such as sales conversion, dwell time, and return rate are crucial for the leading French family clothing brand. Therefore, Petit Bateau has selected FootfallCam 3D Pro2 for its precision, reliability, and versatile features.

  • ALLINGTON FARM SHOP

    Allington Farm Shop, located in Chippenham, has installed a people counting system at its entrance. By counting the inflow and outflow of customers, management can optimise the operation of the farm shop, ensuring prompt customer service to guests.

  • JADE SOLUTIONS

    Jade Solutions, an IT and technology solution provider, has installed a footfall counter in its office. By monitoring the occupancy level, the management can maintain a safe environment for both employees and visitors, complying with occupancy limits.

  • CARPE DIEM BEDS

    With stores worldwide, understanding customer behaviours is crucial. This insight aids management in making decisions on product design, marketing campaigns, and store layout. Hence, they have chosen FootfallCam for accurate footfall tracking and customer behaviour analysis.

  • STONE ISLAND

    With stores worldwide, understanding customer behaviours is crucial. This insight aids Stone Island in making decisions on product design, marketing campaigns, and store layout. Hence, they have chosen FootfallCam for accurate footfall tracking and customer behaviour analysis.

  • BRADERIE

    Braderie, a bustling fashion boutique, transforms its customer experience with FootfallCam system. This offers in-store analytics on visitor traffic and engagement rate on each zone. With this, they can refine its store layout and product placements to captivate its shoppers.

  • SOLAR FRAME

    Solar Frame, a conservatory supply and installation provider, aims to enhance its showroom experience. By implementing our people counters, they gain real-time insights into visitor traffic to adjust layout efficiently and tailor offerings to better meet customer preferences.

  • VISION EXPRESS

    FootfallCam foot traffic analytics provide Vision Express with accurate data on visitor counts, dwell times, and peak hours, enabling the brand to adjust staffing levels accordingly. This ensures customers receive prompt assistance, enhancing their satisfaction and loyalty.

  • BARBOUR PARTNER STORE

    Barbour Partner Store in Blackbrook, Newcastle, has embraced FootfallCam technology to enhance its retail operations. With precise visitor analytics, the store optimises staffing, promotions, and layout, ensuring a tailored and delightful shopping experience for its customers.

  • CHANGEGROUP

    ChangeGroup, a leading currency exchange provider, has implemented FootfallCam people counters across its global network of branches. Real-time insights into customer traffic and behaviour enables the company to optimise service efficiency for enhanced customer experience.

  • COLLECTIF

    Collectif, a leading vintage-inspired fashion brand, has integrated FootfallCam technology into its stores. This system provides demographic insights and area counting, helping the management understand their customers' preferences and tailor service offerings accordingly.

  • NOVATION

    Integrating FootfallCam systems into the musical instrument manufacturer in London, Novation has gained insights into visitor traffic patterns. This helps the management to better manage its resources, which enhances operational efficiency.

  • GREAT ST MARY'S

    As a historic landmark in Cambridge, Great St Mary's attracts many visitors. Hence, the management has installed our people counters to accurately track visitor traffic and patterns. This allows for better staff management and ensures a seamless visitor experience.

  • KIDDERMINSTER & DISTRICT YOUTH TRUST (KDYT)

    Kidderminster & District Youth Trust (KDYT) utilised people counters to enhance its facility management. Through the implementation of FootfallCam technology, KDYT aims to monitor visitor traffic and optimise resource allocation to better serve the needs of the community.

  • NEPTUNE

    Neptune, a renowned home decor retailer, has integrated FootfallCam technology into its store. With accurate analytics into visitor counts, dwell time, and area counting, the store can make adjustments to its store layout and product placements for a better experience.

  • RITUALS

    Backlash has facilitated the launch of a pop-up for Rituals in London’s Covent Garden. With FootfallCam people counters, Rituals gains insights into visitor traffic, allowing them to evaluate the effectiveness of this temporary venture and tailor future strategies accordingly.

  • THE GREEN MAN CAFE

    FootfallCam people counters are installed at Green Man Café in Phoenix Community Housing to track footfall and gather behavioural insights for different times of the day. This enables the café to optimise staffing and offerings for an exceptional dining experience.

  • VINCE

    Aligned with its commitment to customer-centric retail experiences, Vince has integrated FootfallCam solutions across its stores to assess customer interactions, aiming to enhance the shopping experience and operational efficiency, while meeting evolving customer needs.

  • WATCHSHOP

    To optimise its store layout, staffing, and marketing strategies and enhance operational efficiency and customer satisfaction, WatchShop has integrated FootfallCam people counters real-time insights into customer foot traffic and behaviour.

  • MAHARISHI

    Maharishi, a designer clothing brand inspired by Eastern philosophy, has partnered with FootfallCam to enhance its foot traffic analysis. The management adjusts its store layout and operation hours based on visitor traffic and behaviour data obtained from the people counters.

  • THE VISUAL UNIT

    The Visual Unit has collaborated with FootfallCam to integrate our system into their client’s store, On. Area counting enables the tracking of customer traffic and behaviour, assisting the management in making informed decision of their store operations.

  • RING

    Visitor traffic, crowd flow, movement patterns are important for an event centre as they can use this data to optimise event planning and layout design. Therefore, Ring has chosen FootfallCam for its reliability and extensive capabilities.

  • EDINBURGH WOOLLEN MILL

    FootfallCam people counters provide insights into customer traffic, outside traffic, turn-in rate, and dwell time. With this, Edinburgh Woollen Mill can understand customers better and make decisions regarding staffing and layout for customer experience enhancement.

  • OUTLOOKS ACCOMMODATION

    Outlooks Accommodations has installed FootfallCam 3D Pro2 across their accommodations in England to optimise guest experience. Implementing people counters has helped the management in understanding traffic flow, enabling tailored services and enhanced guest satisfaction.

  • DEVONSHIRE

    Devonshire, renowned for its exquisite home furniture collections, has incorporated our solutions into its store. With precise people counting systems strategically placed, data on customer behaviour can be used to enable tailored services and enhance customer experience.

  • WEYMOUTH INFORMATION SHOP

    FootfallCam technology has been integrated into the Weymouth Information Shop to gain real-time and accurate visitor counting and engagement rate for different areas. This enables the evaluation of the effectiveness of various displays, promotions, and informational materials.

  • HEALTHSPAN

    By partnering with FootfallCam, Healthspan has elevated its store experience with people counter. This provides insights into customer traffic, queue times, and engagement rates, facilitating informed decisions to optimise store operations and improve customer satisfaction.

  • BANK OF AMERICA

    Bank of America has introduced a smart washroom solution for its London office. This innovative solution enables demand-based cleaning by monitoring washroom usage, allowing the cleaning staff to respond when usage reaches a certain threshold.

  • ANITA GELATO

    Anita Gelato has installed a footfall counter for its London store. By analysing customer dwell time, it offers insights into customer behaviour by identifying the proportion of customers who dine in the store versus those who prefer grab-and-go to improve the store operation

  • APLEY FARM SHOP

    Apley Farm Shop in Telford and Wrekin has utilised the FootfallCam solution to improve customer experience. By analysing customer visit patterns, they can optimise the store layout and environment, enhancing the overall customer experience and fastering repeat visits.

  • ASSAY STUDIOS

    Assay Studios, a collaborative workspace situated in Birmingham, has installed a people counter. This system's insights into occupancy levels empower Assay Studios to adjust energy consumption to match the actual use of the workspace, facilitating energy-saving initiatives.

  • BEN'S COOKIES

    Ben's Cookies has installed a footfall counter in its Bristol shop. This system predicts footfall trends, enabling Ben's Cookies to adjust their cookie production accordingly. This ensures that customers always receive fresh cookies, optimising the balance between demand and supply.

  • CLOGAU GOLD

    The independent jewellery brand, Clogau, implemented a footfall sensor to acquire retail insights. With the sophisticated system, the store was able to measure the effect of marketing efforts on customer traffic, enabling the team to refine their marketing strategies accordingly.

  • DAPPER STREET

    The independent fashion retailer, Dapper Street, has implemented a footfall counter at its store entrance. By analysing both the footfall data and sales data, this technology provides valuable metrics such as sales conversion rates and turn-in rates.

  • LAPTOP STATION

    The computer accessories store, Laptop Station, has installed a people counter in its Eastbourne store. This system enables the store to dynamically adjust staffing levels based on footfall trends, underscoring its commitment to providing a seamless customer experience.

  • LITTLE VEGAS

    Little Vegas, a gambling gaming centre, has installed a people counting system in its outlets in Wood Green. By monitoring the footfall trend, the centre is able to identify its busiest periods. This data enables the centre to fine-tune staffing hours and operations.

  • ONE STOP

    One Stop has deployed a footfall counter in its convenience store, which, when integrated with sales data, provides crucial metrics like sales conversion rates and the amount of time customers spend in the store. The data allows for a precise evaluation of each store's performance.

  • PHONE REPAIR DOCTOR

    Phone Repair Doctor, the electronic repair shop in Waterlooville, has deployed a footfall counter to enhance sales opportunities. By analysing the data collected and aligning its operating hours with peak footfall periods, the store is better positioned to capture more potential customers.

  • PROXIMITY FUTURES

    In collaboration with FootfallCam, Proximity Futures deployed a people counter for a McDonald in Sutton Coldfield. The technology allows the management to ensure that its restaurant adheres to safety regulations and occupancy limits, optimising the dining experience and maintaining a secure environment.

  • ROSE PUBS GROUP

    The Rose Pubs Group has installed a footfall counter at its pub, The Duke of Edinburgh in London. This device allows management to gauge visitor numbers, providing valuable insights into guest preferences across different atmospheres and settings within the pub.

  • SAMWAY CYCLES

    Samway Cycles, an independent cycling shop, has introduced a people counting system in its outlet. By providing insights into customer traffic trends, the store can adjust operation times to coincide with peak customer periods to capture more sales opportunities.

  • TENSATOR

    Tensator has collaborated with FootfallCam to offer a people counting system alongside their barrier solutions to clients. This comprehensive system grants clients critical retail insights, enabling them to efficiently manage people flow.

  • THE DINER SOHO

    The American restaurant chain, The Diner, has equipped its London outlet with a people counter. By aligning staffing levels and kitchen operations with footfall peak times, the restaurant could minimise wait times, contributing to a more satisfying and memorable visit for diners.

  • YORK CEMETERY

    York Cemetery has leveraged the FootfallCam system to gauge visitor numbers. By monitoring the flow of visitors, York Cemetery can ensure a serene and respectful environment for all guests. The insights gained allow for better planning of maintenance schedules, and staff allocation

  • OMEGA ANALYTIC SYSTEMS

    Omega Analytic Systems installed a people counting system for its booth at Elevate Arena 2018. This technology tracked the visitors attending its booth, enabling the company to quantify the attraction their booth generated, providing valuable insights into attendee engagement.

  • ALWAYS IN COLOUR (AIC)

    The independent fashion retailer, Always In Colour, has installed a FootfallCam sensor in its Exeter flagship store. This sensor enables the store to gauge customer response to its latest collection, offering critical insights into customer preferences and behavior.

  • APPEAR HERE

    Appear Here, the retail space rental agency, has implemented a people counting system for its retail spaces. This system provides various retail metrics, enabling Appear Here to analyse its traffic flow and justify rental rates effectively.

  • 6G Internet

    6G Internet has introduced a footfall counter at The WiFi Centre in The Mall Blackburn to evaluate store performance. This installation furnishes the store with valuable retail insights, empowering management to fine-tune store operations for enhanced customer experience.

  • LUKE 1977

    Gaining insights into visitor traffic and patterns through our people counting solutions, Luke 1977, a fashion-forward brand synonymous with urban style, can make strategic decisions to improve product placement and marketing strategies, leading to improved sales conversions.

  • DURHAM UNIVERSITY

    Durham University has installed the FootfallCam solution at its main entrance. Thie system provides insights into the occupancy data within the campus at any given time. This information is particularly valuable for understanding increases in footfall during campus exhibitions and events.

  • ATKINSONS 1799

    The British perfume brand, Atkinsons 1799, has installed a people counter in its store located in Mayfair, London. This device meticulously tracks the inflow and outflow of customers, enabling the store to capture and analyse customer traffic trends.

  • ABOKADO

    The UK-based restaurant chain, Abokado, has equipped its Westminster outlet with a footfall counter. This innovative system provides management with solid data on customer patterns, facilitating accurate predictions of customer demand.

  • BARKER AND STONEHOUSE

    Barker and Stonehouse, the British independent furniture retailer, has equipped its showrooms across the UK with people counters. It enables management to access critical metrics for evaluating store performance, such as conversion rates, customer dwell time, and traffic trends

  • SMITHS PETS

    The independent pet store, Smiths Pets, has installed a people counter to monitor the customer traffic in its store. This system offers the store valuable retail insights, enabling the manager to optimize store operations to enhance the customer experience.

  • VISION FOUNDATION

    London's sight loss charity, Vision Foundation, has installed a people counter in its second-hand shop in Muswell. This installation offers a clearer understanding of customer traffic trends, enabling the store to dynamically adjust its operations to meet customer demands.

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