by Stephen Callender, Vice President of Product Management at CrowdVision It’s unlikely that you’ll find another team who like to nerd out over sensor technology as much as we do. There are always new advancements to discuss. Our customers who run large facilities and smart city initiatives want their crowd analytics systems to be futuristic
by Charley Morrison, Quality Assurance & Data Analyst at CrowdVision In his 1947 novel The Plague (La Peste), Albert Camus writes of the city of Oran overcome by a plague. Camus details the evolution of the reaction to the plague. To begin, few people take the plague seriously, thinking it will be over soon, continuing with
CrowdVision and Pointr are teaming up to enable safe distancing and contact tracing in airports. “We’re combining our two platforms to create a ‘safe return to airport’ solution with contact tracing, and to provide insights regarding occupancy and congestion. This gives airports a tool to bring passenger confidence back and improve safety around the terminal.
Once upon a time someone coined the phrase “Smart City” and this term has been widely used (and abused) since then. It’s about to mutate again. The SMART concept evolved from the 1970s onwards, driven in part by Cities and Governments and also by technology companies like IBM, Cisco and SideWalk Labs. At the heart
by Fiona Strens, Founder & Chief Product Officer, CrowdVision We like this framework from Gartner, which is intended to help leaders make strategic decisions for a renewed future state. It makes the case that taking action to respond to immediate challenges is not enough – now is also the time to invest ahead in recovery
THE TWO DIMENSIONS OF SAFE DISTANCING Should I turn my head away? Should I speed up or slow down?” Familiar thoughts for many of us as we get used to living in a world of social and physical distancing. We spend our days assuming that anyone, outside our trusted bubble, could be a COVID-carrier. In
Stating the obvious, the COVID-19 crisis creates significant challenges for airports and aviation. There are currently international, national and state lockdowns preventing air travel; meanwhile these organizations are keeping essential supplies moving at the same time as fighting for their financial survival. Understanding + Improving + Proving As the restrictions are lifted, the ambition will
Forced to Crowd, Forced to Wait, Forced to Touch What is “Safe Enough” to get us Flying Again? By our Co-Founder Fiona Strens How can aviation stakeholders respond to and recover from the COVID-19 crisis? Surely, it’s got to be about making passenger journeys Safe Enough that people are confident to travel again? ‘Safe Enough’
Article by Fiona Strens, Co-Founder at CrowdVision I’m delighted to be launching the new CrowdVision blog. In these strangest of times, we feel it is our duty to live up to our reputation as crowd management thought-leaders and innovators and believe we have an important role to play in aviation and beyond as everyone tries
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s update from one of our company founders, Ms. Fiona Strens.