Mobile Technology Helps Streamline Europe’s Busiest Passenger Port

17. September - 2015

The Port of Dover is turning to a raft of futuristic traffic sensors to keep billions of pounds of trade and millions of passengers on the move. The state-of-the-art equipment, known as BlipTrack, developed by Denmark-based BLIP Systems, is helping controllers at Europe’s busiest ferry port to reduce bottlenecks and...

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JFK Displays Actual Wait Times Using Sensors That Monitor Mobile Phones

7. August - 2015

New York’s busiest—and one of the world’s largest—airports is now displaying real-time wait times for major queues. The wait times are powered by BlipTrack sensors from Denmark-based BLIP Systems and installed by Lockheed Martin. Passengers moving through JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 are now presented with estimated processing times on 13...

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High-Tech Sensors Help Make Travel in New Zealand More Predictable

20. July - 2015

In New Zealand, traveling will be more predictable thanks to new high-tech sensors that collect and share live traffic information with people. A network of BlipTrack sensors, from Denmark-based information technology company BLIP Systems, have been installed by The New Zealand Transport Agency’s on roads around Auckland International Airport, Kãpiti,...

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Motorist´s Bluetooth Devices and Driving Behavior Help Ease Traffic

16. June - 2015

The city of Aarhus, Denmark has deployed 10 dynamic digital signs that are driven by motorist’s driving behavior and real-time data from their Bluetooth equipment, such as headsets and mobile phones. The signs provide instructions that include driving times and the fastest routes, which saves time and helps traffic flow...

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Cincinnati Airport Cuts One-Third of Security Queue Time

6. March - 2015

CVG decision makers wisely chose to install a sensor solution and analysis platform to improve passenger satisfaction and optimize operations, as the benefits exceeded expectations. Initial studies show a 33% reduction in queue times. ( Cincinnati, USA / Vodskov, Denmark – March 6. 2015 ) – Since last summer, Cincinnati/Northern...

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Mobile Phones Improve Passenger Experience at Brussels Airport

24. February - 2015

Brussels Airport sees success and extends the use of BlipTrack data-collecting sensors to improve services and operations in one of Europe´s soon to be largest security screening areas. Optimizing one of Europe´s largest airport security areas. One of the most striking innovations at Brussels Airport is the new Connector, a...

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The New BlipTrack Indoor Sensor Now Comes in Two Colors

19. February - 2015

The improved and more elegant version of the BlipTrack Indoor sensor is now offered in the colors off-white and lava-grey. The new indoor sensor has some unique new features, compared to the previous BlipTrack L2i sensor, such as a new directional antenna design, which enables more accurate positioning of detected WiFi-devices and...

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City use Sensors to Measure the Effect of Christmas Shopping

15. December - 2014

How do you measure the success of a major event in a city? Does an event increase revenue? How many more people are in the city during an large-scale event? Where do they park? These are some of the questions, that Aalborg City Business Association need answered using a new...

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New and Improved BlipTrack WiFi Traffic Sensor Introduced

1. December - 2014

We are proud to introduce the new and MUCH smaller BlipTrack WiFi Traffic sensor. The sensor is 3 pounds (1,5kg) lighter, 90% smaller and has 30% less power consumption, than the previous sensor. The decreased size and weight also makes the sensor easier to handle and mount.   The Bliptrack...

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