Our solution makes it possible to get much more precise information about people’s movement patterns within an area.


The sensor technology also enables us to get information about movement patterns between different locations. This creates new ways of understanding how a certain area is occupied and used by people.


Sensor measurements create a strong dataset, which can act as a foundation for new initiatives, decisions and changes.


The sensors give a good overview of patterns and trends including:


  • The distribution of visitors across several areas

  • The distribution of visitors across hours, weekdays or longer periods of time

  • Links between places that are visited by the same guests

  • Identification of visitor patterns for different types of places

  • Visitors at publically accessible areas that are not manned


Currently tourist organisations base a great deal of their knowledge on the amount of overnight stays and number of visitors at attractions.


In some cases these key numbers are compared to statistics from google searches and a small amount of qualitative interviews.




At best, use of city areas are measured periodically with a simple count.


We work with data collection about tourists’ actual behaviour. This can add to the existing knowledge that the tourist organisations have.


The solution can also be implemented in cities, where we can map movement patterns in order for document how people use the city. Often the collected data will confirm existing hunches but it may also reveal unknown connections or missing connections.


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