Sep 3, 2017
Blip Systems is a sensor-agnostic company, meaning that they use multiple data sources, including WiFi and Bluetooth sensors, 3D cameras, people counters and other third-party data sources, to monitor movement, capacity and wait time.
With data, from multiple sources, airports, municipalities and other high-traffic facilities can to quickly and efficiently manage queue and flow, to help reduce overhead, maximise revenue and provide optimum service.
The technology is successfully employed in optimization efforts in more than 25 international airports, including Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, JFK Airport in New York, Copenhagen, Oslo, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin, Brussels, Geneva, San Diego, Keflavik and Edinburgh.
“Operationally, the airport uses, among other things, the data to monitor line density in real-time, which allows management to respond promptly…”
In recent years, the solution has been rolled out in train stations, ports, ski resorts, amusement parks and at events all over the world.
I talk to Christian Bugislaus Carstens, Marketing Manager at BLIP Systems about Bluetooth/WiFi sensors and the difference they are making all over the world.