Inpixon Launches Next Generation Inpixon Analytics

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According to a new press release, “Inpixon, a leading indoor data company that specializes in delivering indoor intelligence, today announced the launch of the next generation of Inpixon Analytics. This latest version includes a new analytics engine, redesigned user interface, new reports, and enhancements of previous features. Inpixon Analytics is part of the Company’s indoor intelligence platform which provides businesses with the tools to capture, interpret and visualize indoor data. Inpixon Analytics arms business managers with insightful information needed to understand visitor behavior and to better manage company operations. It measures and analyzes visitor counts, movements, and dwell times, and it integrates facility maps and weather data. The information can be used to understand the impact of current environmental events (such as the recent stay-at-home orders), to plan staffing levels, to measure crowd density by zone, to determine the success of marketing efforts, and more.”

The release continues, “By leveraging data science and artificial intelligence, Inpixon Analytics is able to deliver both descriptive and predictive analytics, allowing businesses to compare and analyze past data as well as to obtain predictive analyses for future forecasting based on sufficient historical data. This newest version of Inpixon Analytics provides new calendar and map views, allowing users to quickly examine dates of interest and to analyze specific zones of the facility. It includes heat maps to scan for crowding and bottlenecks, reports on dwell times of visitors, and graphical views of visitor paths taken through the building. Additional features include loyalty metrics, event analysis, integrated weather data, voice recognition, chatbot functionality and more.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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