Forge Special Projects launches event analytics products

Event technology company Forge Special Projects (Forge SP) has launched two event analytics products, Exposure Flow and Exposure Solo.

Exposure Flow, designed for event organisers, maps how visitors move around an event and provides information on popular routes and paths around the show floor. Data can be used to find out how visitors interact with stands at events.

Unlike other systems such as RFID and iBeacon, Exposure Flow works through a smartphone’s Wi-Fi network to produce the data.
 
Exposure Solo provides more detailed analytics in real time and after the event with information including passing traffic, engaged visitors, conversion ratio, new visitors, returning visitors and average dwell time. This is captured via a sensor which is pre-configured and placed on a stand.
 
Forge SP’s Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Jeremy Rollinson, says: “In today’s advanced technological world it simply isn’t enough to execute a great business event and providing ROI is a key requisite, whether you are an event organiser or have invested in exhibiting at a key event.
 
“We are passionate about building technology that creates better events and our event analytics products help event organisers and exhibitors gather unique and meaningful data which will help measure the value of their marketing activity.”

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