Retail & Shopping Malls

Retailers are increasingly using computer vision in order to identify telltale guest behavior in a store, just outside of a store, or at an indoor or outdoor shopping mall. curbFlow measure when guests are entering their stores vs. passing by, i.e. the capture rate, how long cohorts of guests stay, what aisles and sections they’re spending the most time in, and even tracing the path of cohorts of guests to understand how they’re flowing through a property.

Staff Detection

Staff Engagement

Pedestrian counts

Vehicle counts

Guest/Door count

In the retail industry, storeowners want to know how many people are coming in and out of their store. This information can help them optimize staffing, reduce losses from theft, and understand customer behavior. By understanding how many people are entering and exiting the store, storeowners can make sure that they are providing the best possible experience for their customers.

Guest Journey Tracing

Gaze detection can be used in retail environments to study customer behavior and preferences. For example, by tracking where customers look while they are browsing products, retailers can learn which items are most popular and adjust their stock accordingly. Additionally, gaze data can be used to analyze customer flow throughout the store and identify potential bottlenecks. By understanding how customers interact with their surroundings, retailers can optimize the layout of their stores to improve the shopping experience.

Dwell time

Real-time Occupancy Tracking

In retail, the guest journey is the path that a shopper takes from the moment they enter your store to the moment they leave. Guest journey mapping is the process of tracking and documenting this path, so you can identify areas where the shopper’s experience can be improved.

Heatmapping Asset utilization

In retail, the guest journey is the path that a shopper takes from the moment they enter your store to the moment they leave. Guest journey mapping is the process of tracking and documenting this path, so you can identify areas where the shopper’s experience can be improved.

Parking, Curbside & Loading Dock Management

In the retail industry, curb management can be used to understand customer behavior and optimize store layout. For example, if customers are frequently parking in a particular spot, the retailer may want to consider putting a display there. Or, if customers are using the curbside pickup option more often than expected, the retailer may want to add more staff or designate specific parking spots for this service.

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