We use data to make space for the future_

Auckland CBD
Queen Street / Customs Street

Our technology counts and analyzes the movement of people, vehicles, and objects, indoors and out. Using data, we make spaces that work. For everyone.

The key measurement to a city’s success is how many people there are.
Tania M, Heart Of The City

Countculture helps create successful, vibrant cities where people, businesses and communities thrive. How do you measure the success of a city? By how many people are spending time there. That’s because we set such high standards for our data collection. Councils, governments, events and businesses are set up for success because they know where and when people come in, enabling them to predict and adapt for visitation rates.

  • Enable the local business economy by unlocking investment opportunities backed by data.

  • Unlock visitation trends, and traffic insights.

  • Predict visitation via Countcultures traffic forecaster.

  • Find relationships between data weather, traffic, local transaction spend through the Count Central Platform.

Close
AUCKLAND CBD WATERFRONT
Queen Street / Customs Street

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work on the footpath

26th July_8-9am: 62 people cycled 31 people scootered to work

Outdoor

Cities

Helping to create successful, vibrant cities where people, businesses and communities thrive.

Find out more
Measuring the impact of investments in active transport assists in telling a story of success and helps influence the uptake.

We believe accurate data could save the planet. That’s because our systems help governments target emissions through promoting active transport  like walking and cycling. Monitoring is a critical part of the process. We can tell you exactly how, and exactly how many people are in shared environments, right down to whether they’re on scooters, bikes, other micro-mobility devices, or their own two feet.

  • Pedestrian, cyclist, and scooter classification, including speed

  • Classification across shared paths, cycleways, and active transport infrastructure

  • Trajectories mapping for desired lines

  • Weather and third-party sensor integration

Close
AUCKLAND CBD WATERFRONT
Queen Street / Customs Street

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

Auckland_Quaystreet

Current Cycleway Usage:

113 Total journeys by cycle Light Rain_16°Celcius

Outdoor

Active
Transport

We're helping cities promote walking and cycling through precise micro-mobility monitoring campaigns

Find out more
Every inch of space in a shopping centre is an opportunity.

Countculture’s system is designed to maximise that space and get it working hard for you. Gain powerful insights into shoppers’ behaviour, resource requirements, and performance of your tenants.

Countculture’s commitment to a minimum of 98% accuracy means not only understanding how many people are going in and out, but also who they are (gender and age), and where they went.

Close
AUCKLAND CBD WATERFRONT
Queen Street / Customs Street

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

Indoor

Shopping Centres

Countculture enables shopping centres to gain powerful insights into shopping behaviour, resource requirements, and individual tenancy performance.

Find out more
Maximizing the efficiency on the floor of your entertainment space means everyone has a great time.

Our minimum standard of 98% accuracy is the difference between ‘I had a good night’ and ‘I had a great night’, allowing management to minimize queueing, establish smart capacity limits, and identify the parts of the floor people interact with most.

While other systems run into issues with multiple counts, our commitment to accuracy ensures we’re not just counting who goes in and out, but we’re accounting for people who might be moving around entrances more frequently, like security guards. There’s no need to guess with Countculture.

  • Observe how customers interact with tables and machines in real time

  • Identify hot and cold spots on the floor

Close
AUCKLAND CBD WATERFRONT
Queen Street / Customs Street

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

Indoor

Casinos

We have casino specific enhancements. Understand how customers interact with tables, time spent at machines, and identify hot and cold parts of the floor.

Find out more
Run your store with confidence, knowing that Countculture’s accurate conversion data helps you make better business decisions.

Digital stores have blown bricks and mortar out of the water when it comes to knowing your conversion rates, visitor numbers, and other vital pieces of information. What if you could have that kind of precision in the real world? And what if that system could also sort out efficient staff rostering and floor management too? Countculture can help with that.

  • Accurate count data

  • Anonymous customer insights

  • Journey reporting with full store coverage

Close
AUCKLAND CBD WATERFRONT
Queen Street / Customs Street

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

26th July_8-9am: 616 people walked to work_93 people cycled / scootered to work_

Retail

We’re helping to improve shopper satisfaction and maximise conversion rates with precise insights into your physical store environment.

Find out more

Ready to make space for the future?