“Canatrace screening, a free system used by about 7,000 businesses including the National Gallery, the Vancouver Art Gallery and many smaller museums, has not had a single report traced back to a cultural attraction.”
“Trexity™ today announced a new partnership with CANATRACE™. This partnership will help to ensure all drivers on the Trexity platform are screened every day for COVID-19 symptoms before they are allowed to deliver packages for merchants.”
“In partnership with the Downtown Whitby BIA, we are excited to announce that GroundLevel Insights has been selected to pilot their consumer insights sensor as part of the DMS Lab.
Sensors can track social distance, mask compliance, customer dwell times and neighbourhood journeys. This can give smallbusinesses valuable insights and help better cater to their customers.
Support for this project is made possible with thanks to Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.”
To help small businesses, GroundLevel Insight created a QR-based service called CANATRACE, which provides a faster and more secure way to collect personal information from patrons. The service is completely bilingual and free.
Want to learn more about data mining? Watch the latest webcast from Waterloo Alumni, where Asif offers valuable insights about how our data can be used in positive ways — to provide you with better service, or to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Featuring on Spark Magazine: “How GroundLevel Insights turned its data aggregating capabilities into more than one way to support businesses during COVID.”
In conversation with Asif Khan, founder and CEO of GroundLevel Insights: How this Durham Region-based tech startup turned its data aggregating capabilities into more than one way to support businesses during COVID.
City of Pickering has featured GroundLevel Insights in the #SupportLocal series:
“This #Pickering business is doing their part to help keep us safe during #COVID19. They use proprietary AI technology and mobile location data to understand the movement of consumers in the physical world and combine that with sensors to measure social distancing, capacity restriction monitoring and face mask compliance.”
STREETFIGHTMAG: GLI IS ENSURING SHOPPERS ARE SOCIAL DISTANCING
GroundLevel Insights is blending mobile location data with AI for Covid compliance. The company has developed a thermal sensing, battery-operated people counter that businesses can place at their entrances to limit the number of customers who come inside their stores. They also use machine learning algorithms on CCTV footage to measure real-time social distancing. This gives retail associates the opportunity to find out when bottlenecks and crowding are occurring.
GroundLevel Insights uses a sensor and existing camera systems to apply machine learning algorithms. Founder and CEO Asif Khan says it can measure capacity in a store whether people are physical distancing and face mask compliance and can notify staff with a screenshot when there’s a violation. “And then you’re going right to the consumer or the customer that’s in the building and having a conversation with them or maybe offering them a mask if they didn’t bring one.”
Today on CBC News: “As masks become mandatory indoors in Toronto to fight the spread of COVID-19, and other parts of the GTA look to follow suit, some businesses are turning to artificial intelligence to make sure customers are following the rules.
New technology from a company called GroundLevel Insights, based in Pickering, Ont., is being used at a dozen locations throughout Canada.” Katerina Georgieva · CBC News · Jul 07, 2020
Is your customer missing a face mask? GroundLevel Insights technology can help tell you.
The technology was developed by GroundLevel Insights in response to COVID 19 and is being used in businesses across Canada.
Scott Bradley of Flour Confections, a Pickering baking supply store reports how easy it is to ensure his customers are wearing face masks. “I installed a GroundLevel Insights databox onto our CCTV camera system myself- with the new bylaws I’m grateful to have a system that sends me a text if a customer removes their face mask or comes into the store without one.”
Our CEO, Asif Khan joined Jay Rosenthal of Business of Cannabis to talk about location-based marketing overall and what it means for cannabis companies.
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This week, GroundLevel Insights is on air on one of the most popular podcasts in marketing industry.
It is the classic weekly podcast of THE LBMA – Location Based Marketing Association – episode 439.
In this episode, you can get to know us better and find detailed information on how our product works, with live footage from the software user interface.
Watch the full episode on Youtube to have a clear overview on our platform and how you can benefit from our unique technology!