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What Pedestrian Sensors can Tell us About Irma and Harvey

Posted by Stu Waters on Sep 11, 2017 5:28:54 PM

The 2017 hurricane season has put a few firsts into the history books.  According to Wikipedia, this year included the easternmost Category 5 Hurricane on record and the first-ever occurrence of two Category 4 hurricanes to hit the US in a single season - Harvey and Irma.

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Tags: pedestrian Sensor

Making Retail and QSR Site Selection Easier with Motionloft

Posted by Stu Waters on Aug 3, 2017 2:36:55 PM

 

Don’t listen to those championing the death of retail. There's never been a more exciting time to be in brick-and-mortar. Despite the emergence of online retail, real-world locations have proven to be a powerful sales and marketing tool. Even as e-commerce grows, consumers still choose to shop in physical stores, preferring to “see, touch, feel and try out items.”

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Tags: Retail, QSR, Pedestrian Counts

3 Creative Uses for Vacant Retail Space

Posted by David McIntyre on Aug 1, 2017 4:31:00 PM

The commercial real estate industry is accustomed to its share of hyperbolic headlines, but amidst all the “retail-is-dead” noise, one thing is certain -- there is more open retail space than usual right now, both in shopping centers and in urban environments.

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Tags: Retail

Innovation District Studies Daily Use of Its Streets

Posted by Daniel Malak on Jul 30, 2017 3:39:00 PM

The City of Las Vegas leads the charge to help promote and fulfill their Vision Zero Project– an effort to reduce traffic-related fatalities.

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Tags: IoT, Smart Cities

Motionloft Finalist at 2017 Red Herring Top 100 North America

Posted by Stu Waters on Jul 5, 2017 12:00:00 AM

The Red Herring Top 100 award highlight the most exciting startups from Asia, Europe and the Americas. Hundreds of companies from each region are reviewed in a rigorous 3-step process that looks at all aspects of the company.

 

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Tags: Insider

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