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FootfallCam extends its support for project deployment on a global scale.
New Zealand boasts a high adoption rate of IoT and AI, with the initial deployment of the FootfallCam 3D Pro2 people counter dating back to 2004. Since then, our devices have found widespread installation in shopping malls, retail shops, amusement parks, trains, and office buildings. Our technology partners in New Zealand serve cities including Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, and Hamilton. The FootfallCam Pro2 has been the best-selling counting device globally for the past 2 years, and its reliability and accuracy have proven crucial for its extensive adoption in New Zealand.
Local Case Studies
Some of our local deployments across multiple industries.
BED BATH AND BEYOND NEW ZEALAND
The retail chain specializing in home furnishing, bed and bath products has entrusted FootfallCam for its accuracy and reliability. It monitors the traffic flow of customers enabling management to ascertain if the rise in footfall is contributing to sales growth.
TARGET FURNITURE NZ
The esteemed furniture retailer in New Zealand has installed people counters in its outlets across major cities, including Christchurch, Tauranga, Lower Hutt, and Marlborough. This technology delivers invaluable retail insights to decision-makers, aiding in the optimisation of operations.
The premier fashion and accessories distributor, A. Royale & Co, has implemented a people counting system in its Globite outlets. This technology offers insights into the footfall trends of the stores, enabling decision-makers to assess the effectiveness of marketing initiatives.
THE BODY SHOP NEW ZEALAND
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.
WHAKATĀNE LIBRARY AND EXHIBITION CENTRE
Whakatāne Library and Exhibition Centre, a key cultural and educational establishment in Whakatāne, has fitted people counter at its entrance. This system monitors traffic flow within the building, offering management a detailed perspective on the peak and trough trends in footfall.
The Oasis, a leading leisure and entertainment destination in New Zealand, has installed people counters within its establishment. The technology tracks customer flow in various areas, offering valuable insights into visitor numbers, customer dwell time, and patterns in customer preferences.
DUNEDIN BUS HUB
The Dunedin City Council has introduced a smart washroom solution at the Dunedin Bus Hub. The system monitors the usage of the public washrooms, offering insights into its utilisation rate on different days, assisting decision-makers in planning an efficient cleaning schedule.
The distinguished retailer specialising in furniture and home décor has equipped its showrooms across the region with people counters. This technology, by monitoring customer flow within the stores, offers invaluable insights to decision-makers, aiding in the optimisation of store layouts.
Outlet City, a leading shopping destination in Wellington, New Zealand, has installed a footfall counter at the entrance of its mall. This system allows the management to discern trends in visitor traffic, enabling them to assess the effectiveness of promotional events in attracting footfall.