Our new Location/GPS data set will help our customers gain more insights into what people do and where they come from and where they go to. What type of shops do they visit when they are here. It will help understand where your catchment comes from i.e., are they local or do they travel some … [Read more...] about Location / GPS Data
With over 500 Million Unique visitors stored in our databases and counts of over 16 Million per month from locations all over the UK, GEO-Sense is capable of producing in-depth National Statistics. Our new national stats reports allow our customers not only to compare footfall against other … [Read more...] about New National Stats Reports Available
The Blogs may have been a bit quite lately but, we sure haven’t been. It has been a very busy couple of years (which we are extremely grateful for). During this time, we have employed two new people, completely re-invented our national statistic reports, and introduced a whole new data set to … [Read more...] about Lots going on in the background
After having to make way for more desks it was decided that the office Air-Hockey Table had to go. One of the pains of growing bigger. To large for most peoples living rooms it was decided to donate the table to the local Youth Club for young people, Hinckley Greentowers - … [Read more...] about Greentowers Hinckley Club for Young People
City of Lincoln Council – Installation of four footfall counters in Lincoln city centre In previous years footfall data in the City of Lincoln had been captured using our CCTV camera system. Whilst this data was helpful, it wasn’t particularly reliable. This was mainly due to the cameras … [Read more...] about City of Lincoln Council – see what they had to say!
Proximity Futures has spent the past five years collecting data sets from over 100 sites based around Town & City centres, we do collect data from some shopping centres and venues, but our specialty is high streets. Like many businesses, there have been some key learnings gleaned from the … [Read more...] about People, Places & Proximity