Today’s camera-based counting solutions typically deploy one camera with a great field of view and count people in a space. But it’s a very technical approach – people interested in occupancy are interested in the business aspects, such as what’s the traffic like in my space, where are people lingering, etc.
With Dragonfruit you start with a map – an exterior map or floor plan – and delineate areas of interest such as the lobby, the video section, the checkout stands, etc. You can then determine what’s happening in that space and get answers to business questions such as what’s the traffic over days/weeks/months, how many people went to a certain area over the last day, or be alerted if someone enters an area after a certain time.
Understanding space utilization and traffic patterns (pedestrian and vehicle) is critical for business planning, safety, and compliance.
Dragonfruit offers a robust, flexible suite of occupancy metrics to help companies effectively manage and monitor their space. From occupancy to heat maps to queue lengths and beyond, we offer a comprehensive set of metrics to understand your physical space.
Business-oriented Insights Reporting
Getting access to a business view of your occupancy data to understand what’s happening inside and outside.
OMS supports a variety of metrics to help understand where people are going, how long their visits/dwells are, and how they move through physical spaces. Seamless comparison tools make it easy to analyze the effect of layout changes, seasonal effects, new product releases, promotions, and employee deployment
Sensor Fusion: Contextualized Data Plotting
Point solutions don’t have the ability to easily integrate with additional sensor data or inputs from 3rd party applications. Thus, data gets silo’ed and companies are not able to evaluate the whole of their business in context.
Dragonfruit’s solution is built from the ground up on an open platform architecture. It was designed to easily integrate with and ingest data from various sensors and applications, into one consolidated UI. For example, we integrate with point-of-sale (PoS) data, thermal data, staffing data, etc. and create consolidated reports so companies can understand the totality of their business.