Museums and libraries serves patrons by providing the resources, programs, and space they need to learn, work, and thrive. In order to serve the patrons effectively, operators of these institutions need to know how the services are used, and how often they are being used. Collecting visitor data is essential to running a museum, with FootfallCam affordable people counting solutions.
FootfallCam in ActionWatch Videos
We welcome bids of all sizes and all industry, regardless of whether they are at an early or later stage of the bidding process, we are eager to participate in your bids and collaborate with a partner to provide the best solution for your business needs.Invite Us to Your Bid
How are Visitor Counting Data Used
With visitor counting technology, you will be able to gain accurate patron count to help you provide evidence in support of funding requests. Use the insight you gain to form strong grant and funding applications and demonstrate the necessity of additional resources.
By understanding the number of visitors throughout the entire compound, you can gain deeper insight and understand circulation rate to improve the resource provisions and guidance your patrons need to make the most of your facilities.
Find more FootfallCam People Counter and IoT Sensor SeriesExplore Products
Local Case Studies
Some of our local deployments across multiple industries.
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.
DEN GAMLE BY
The Danish open-air museum in Aarhus, Den Gamle By, has incorporated the FootfallCam system for its buildings. As a cultural attraction and a museum integral to the city, this significant deployment showcases the museum's dedication to enhancing the visitor experience.
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.
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.
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.
SIMPSONS IN 4D
The Simpsons in 4D, an attraction based on the iconic animated TV series "The Simpsons," has deployed FootfallCam 3D Pro2 to measure key metrics such as visitor numbers, turn-in rate, duration of visit, and returning customer.
Trinity College has installed FootfallCam for its gallery located within the campus. The installation monitors the visitor traffic and the average dwell time across various areas, including the exhibition area, the Long Room, the gift shop and the gallery.
The Model, a dynamic and innovative contemporary art centre in Sligo, Ireland, has fitted the 3D people counters at its entrance. This measures the occupancy levels of visitors within the building, enabling decision-makers to understand visitor preferences and behaviour.
PHOTO MUSEUM IRELAND
Photo Museum Ireland, the national centre for contemporary photography in Ireland, has utilised the FootfallCam solution. This enables decision-makers to comprehend visitor preferences across various gallery spaces and facilities, thereby enhancing the visitor experience within the building.
BALAI SENI NEGARA
The National Art Gallery Malaysia (Balai Seni Negara) stands as one of the most venerable museums in Southeast Asia. The gallery has implemented the FootfallCam system within its premises to evaluate the efficacy of marketing initiatives by monitoring the flow of visitor traffic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
MUSEUM OF SEX
The Museum of Sex, the first cultural institution dedicated to presenting the history and cultural significance of human sexuality, has installed FootfallCam solutions across various exhibition spaces. These solutions offer complete transparency into the effectiveness of exhibitions and events.
VISUAL ART CENTRE OF NEW JERSEY
The Visual Art Center of New Jersey, a leading institution dedicated to contemporary art promotion, has implemented a people counting system within its premises. This enables decision-makers to analyse visitor traffic trends during various art exhibitions and events.
GENEVA ETHNOGRAPHY MUSEUM (MEG)
The Geneva Ethnography Museum (MEG), one of Switzerland's most significant ethnographic museums, has implemented a footfall counter within its premises. This system precisely monitors the number of visitors in various areas of the building, including galleries, the museum shop, and the cafeteria.
PORTUGAL DE PEQUENITOS
The cultural and educational park, often referred to as "Miniature Portugal" - Portugal dos Pequenitos, has deployed traffic counter at its entrance. This technology offers valuable insights to enhance operational efficiency, enabling the park to continue its role as an enchanting and informative attraction in Coimbra.
Kunstwerk Liemers, a cultural and knowledge center located in the Liemers region, has installed people counting systems in its facilities in Zevenaar and Duiven. This technology offers a detailed overview of traffic trends within the buildings, simplifying the process of staff allocation to improve the visitor experience.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
UiTM GALLERY TUN ABDUL RAZAK (GTAR)
UiTM GTAR has been equipped with a visitor traffic counter to measure the number of people visiting the gallery. This strategic deployment offers insights into the visitor traffic trend, aiding the management in operation optimization and staff allocation for a better visiting experience.
Foundry, a contemporary art gallery in Hannam-dong, Seoul, has been equipped with FootfallCam sensors. The solution provides the decision-makers with comprehensive view of visitor traffic trends, offering critical insights for optimising the operation and layout of the gallery.