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Managing Director of Retail Sensing Limited and Managing Director of Biodata Limited
Managing Director of Retail Sensing Limited and Managing Director of Biodata Limited

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Urban Sensing are a UK-based technology manufacturing company. Our head office is in Manchester.

Our Internet of Things Smart City device uses our own video analytics algorithm to detect pedestrians and vehicles, together with data logging hardware and Internet-of-Things connectivity.

The ISO9001 quality approved system is implemented around the city and sends real time data to “Brokers”. The brokers process the data and makes it available to all end users.
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Manchester City Council selects three businesses to help make the city truly smart

Three new trial projects from companies with big ideas to help make Manchester city centre smarter are being launched through CityVerve – the UK’s smart cities demonstrator.

Each company submitted an excellent application outlining the potential of their technology through the implementation of small-scale demonstration pilots.

The companies are:

Retail Sensing – a Manchester-based people-counting and data collection provider;
Tracsis – a leading provider of transport survey and data-capture services to the public and private sectors across the UK
Apadmi – an award-winning UK mobile technology provider in Manchester

http://www.smartbuildingsmagazine.com/news/manchester-city-council-selects-three-businesses-to-help-make-the-city-smar
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Smart City VT - 'Internet of Things' Sensors

The need for complex and integrated city wide solutions will drive and foster convergence in the Smart City market.

Companies will actively partner and converge with other players in the smart city ecosystem to create and offer intelligent services.
Convergence between product vendors and developers, networking companies and technical system integrator's will create the smartest solutions in the market.

A smart city capable of becoming both environmentally sustainable and attractive to citizens and businesses requires a new kind of intelligent infrastructure — An innovative and open platform based on smart sensor networks that can help forward-looking cities more predictably integrate a complex suite of services cost-effectively, at pace and at scale.

A smart city can create an efficient and smart services delivery platform for public and municipal workers by installing sensors in the city and to create platforms that allow the share of information and give it for proper use to the public, city managers, businesses and professionals. The platform can have common data warehouse where different sensor system store their information.

Internet of Things Sensor technology has the power to provide data about what’s going on in a number of unprecedented ways. It changes the way we can understand, manage and study cities. Citizens can be better engaged by having more city data available.

Retail Sensing’s Smart City Technologies have been developed to serve the Smart City Market as ‘Internet of Things’ Sensors and Hardware / Software solutions.

We call these the Smart VT - IOT Sensors (Urban Sensing)

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Retail Sensing win IoT UK Boost Award
Retail Sensing are delighted to have won an IOT UK Boost award at The Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC).

STFC’s Hartree Centre, working in conjunction with the Digital Catapult, were offering support with the exploration and integration of Internet of Things (IoT) to just 10 businesses throughout 2017. They recognised the potential of our Smart City technology, and we look forward to working with them to develop our systems still further.

The Internet of Things is one of the fastest moving areas in digital technology. Collecting, exchanging, analysing and exploiting data through networks incorporating all kinds of sensor- and internet-enabled devices, it offers huge potential to boost business — and not just for the businesses harnessing those technologies, but for those supplying them too.

The Hartree Centre is transforming UK industry through high performance computing, big data and cognitive technologies.
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Backed by over £170 million of government funding the Hartree Centre is home to some of the most technically advanced high performance computing, data analytics, machine learning technologies and experts in the UK.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing business models, increasing output, and automating processes across a number of industries. But no other sector has been more impacted by this technological revolution than manufacturing.

Manufacturers across all areas —automotive, chemical, durable goods, electronics, etc. — have invested heavily in IoT devices, and they're already reaping the benefits. Manufacturers utilizing IoT solutions in 2014 saw an average 28.5% increase in revenues between 2013 and 2014, according to a TATA Consultancy Survey.
From +Business Insider
http://uk.businessinsider.com/how-the-iot-is-changing-the-manufacturing-industry-2016-3?r=US&IR=T
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Latest issue of Monitor - ISSN 1472-0221 - Now Up
The newsletter for data acquisition and control
http://www.windmill.co.uk/monitor221.html
In this issue - Smart Cities, saving data from an RS422 laser sensor, measurement & control exhibitions, DAQ news roundup.
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Smart City VT - 'Internet of Things' Sensors

The need for complex and integrated city wide solutions will drive and foster convergence in the Smart City market.

Companies will actively partner and converge with other players in the smart city ecosystem to create and offer intelligent services.
Convergence between product vendors and developers, networking companies and technical system integrator's will create the smartest solutions in the market.

A smart city capable of becoming both environmentally sustainable and attractive to citizens and businesses requires a new kind of intelligent infrastructure — An innovative and open platform based on smart sensor networks that can help forward-looking cities more predictably integrate a complex suite of services cost-effectively, at pace and at scale.

A smart city can create an efficient and smart services delivery platform for public and municipal workers by installing sensors in the city and to create platforms that allow the share of information and give it for proper use to the public, city managers, businesses and professionals. The platform can have common data warehouse where different sensor system store their information.

Internet of Things Sensor technology has the power to provide data about what’s going on in a number of unprecedented ways. It changes the way we can understand, manage and study cities. Citizens can be better engaged by having more city data available.

Retail Sensing’s Smart City Technologies have been developed to serve the Smart City Market as ‘Internet of Things’ Sensors and Hardware / Software solutions.

We call these the Smart VT - IOT Sensors (Urban Sensing)

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While there are many definitions of a smart city, in general, a smart city utilizes #IoT #sensors, actuators and technology to connect components across the city, and it impacts every layer of a city, from underneath the streets, to the air that citizens are breathing. Data from all segments is analyzed, and patterns are derived from the collected data.

#SmartCities  
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Retail Sensing Limited Vehicle Counting System
 
Retail Sensing are excited to launch their innovative vehicle traffic counters
http://retailsensing.com/people-counting/vehicle-traffic-counter-cctv-web-browser/

Using CCTV and intelligent counting units, the traffic counting system achieves over 98% accuracy in all conditions: day and night in rain, sun and snow.

The vehicle traffic detectors can be set to count vehicles going straight on or turning. One camera can cover several exits of a junction. At four-way junctions, for example, the system provides multi-directional counts for vehicles turning north, south, east or west and coming from any direction.

Other benefits include

☼ Traffic data is uploaded securely in real-time to web browsers: users can log into their password-protected on-line accounts from anywhere.

☼ There is no limit to the number of roads and junctions on which traffic can be counted using the scaleable CCTV system.

☼ Users can easily verify the vehicle counts simply by watching the video back and seeing the counts increase as the cars pass.

☼ Counts can cover any period of time: the number of cars passing in each hour or each day for example.

☼ Local video analytics minimises bandwidth use

☼ Easy set-up of vehicle traffic counting system

Learn  more at http://retailsensing.com/people-counting/vehicle-traffic-counter-cctv-web-browser/
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People Counting Retail Market Undergoing $3 Billion Technology Evolution, According to ABI Research

New in-store analytics technologies are forecast to drive a $3 Billion market by 2018 for people-counting equipment vendors, while also revolutionizing brick and mortar stores for both retailers and shoppers.

ABI Research's report, "Retail Customer Analytics: Technologies, Markets, and Revenues", has forecast all major analytics technologies across 10 major retail sectors. Traditionally this market has focused on footfall/people counting and queue management, largely based on thermal imaging and camera analytics technologies. New smartphone-based technologies will work in synchronization with existing systems, enabling a much higher level of analytics including pathing, dwell times, repeat customers, and aisle-level product interaction. 

#gis  
#peoplecounting  

https://www.abiresearch.com/press/people-counting-retail-market-undergoing-3-billion
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