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The Internet of Things gets Mobile!

Small things like mobile devices have the potential for big impact on your business.

Mobile devices can collect data from sensors, handle them, and send information to cloud-based systems for statistical analysis and reports.

Improve your business vision with an Off-Web Analytics that gives you the opportunity to measure the Real World.

How many visitors in your shop?
As much easy and cheap is to count visitors in your website, as much elaborated and expensive is to do the very same thing in your "realsite" (store, office, pub, franchise, stand, mall, etc.).
And yet, to know how many people entered into your place is a crucial key performance indicator to evaluate the success of your activity!

Receipts' number let you know how many people did actually purchase something, but not to get the amount of visitors who did not buy anything: so, what you really need to know is the conversion rate.

In fact, the conversion rate ( #receipts over #visitors ratio ) can make you aware of events effect, people behavior, and many otherwise hidden or undetectable factors: for instance, to verify the impact of a marketing campaign, to check the importance of specific conditions (weather, time, etc.), to tell if employers/freelancers conduct is efficient, to compare the performance of different selling-points, and so on.
Le list of possible applications is long and it covers a waste range of sectors.

Unfortunately, the current technological offer has so far proposed basic mechanical tally counters or expensive electronic tools to strive for these goals.

But that's not true any more: People Tally Counter lets you perform these measurements in a simple and free way, using absolutely common and standard devices!

people tally counter app

What is People Tally Counter?

People Tally Counter is an App that transforms Android mobile devices (smart-phone, tablet, mini pc, etc.) into professional tally counters integrated with cloud-based services.

What is it useful to?

  • to count visitors in a shop, a market, an office, a showroom, a building;
  • to measure traffic transits along a street, a passage, a gate, a corridor;
  • to count visitors in a museum, in an art gallery, in a meeting;
  • to tally up items while been loading in a truck or in a container, or been stocking in a store;
  • to number people or objects moving on a conveyor belt (airports, plants, etc.).

See here for a fuller list of possible applications.

How does it work?

Data are stored locally in your device and, if you want, also remotely uploaded for the statistical analysis and reports.

People Tally Counter: how it works

  1. Photocells detect people (cars, boxes, items, etc.) crossings, and events are sent to the mobile device (via bluetooth or usb / headsets cable)
  2. People Taller Counter Application stores counts locally and, if you wish, sends them to a remote web-server
  3. Uploaded data can be accessed via Web by browser for the statistical analysis

What do you need to do?

You can get a turnkey solution or decide to find devices and components by yourself, that's a matter of... taste.
Then you just have to:

  • sign up (an email is enough) for this web site to log in and register the Android device (only the app code is requested);
  • activate the app to enable data uploading to the web storage (if you wish to use the online features).
  • place sensors and connect them to the mobile device;

If you didn't get our solution, you also have to:

  • Download for free the People Tally Counter App from Google Play store and install it in the mobile device.
  • Configure the type of photocells-device connection.

What do you get?

A free fully working tally counter whose counts can be checked from anywhere using a web browser to access the statistics of uploaded data.

And beside the Last 24 Hours Data Counts free stats, a full set of more detailed statistical analysis sheets (charts and tables) is available at few euros per month:

people tally counter app

Do you need help? Click here!