Pedestrian-Flow Analysis System for Improving Layout of Exhibitions
A system for practical pedestrian-track analysis at an actual exhibition is demonstrated. Track data obtained at the exhibition was uploaded to a spatio-temporal database, and the key features of the technical exhibition were determined. New knowledge derived from these features was successfully applied to improve the layout of the next event.
KeywordsTrack Data Lidar System Knowledge Extraction Large Facility Pedestrian Flow
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