The Times: “locomizer, a company that studies mobile phone data, said: “Visits to parks and beaches in cities have … risen as the lockdown has gone on. The numbers of people visiting Princes Street Gardens, Glasgow Green and Aberdeen beach were all higher in the middle of April compared with earlier in the month”. Read […]
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Leaders in location data for out-of-home advertising industry and our partners at Posterscope did a thorough analysis of pedestrian and automotive traffic across US, discovering a major behavioural movement shift after the 16th March address by the Prime Minister, when it was recommended to work from home wherever possible. This is despite the growing concerns […]
The Ferret did a deep dive into data on people behaviour changes prior and during COVID-19 outbreak, confirming that the behaviour change in Scottish cities has been significant – even when compared with similar sized cities and towns across the UK. Locomizer was happy to contribute its data analysis to writing this article. Read the […]
The Centre for Cities, a London-based independent, non-partisan research organisation, and Locomizer have joined our efforts to produce data-driven insights on a change in people behaviour caused by the outbreak of coronavirus. As we all know, Coronavirus has very much constrained where we can go and what we can do. Behaviour changed substantially after the […]
We are excited to be selected as an audience data supplier for our second OOH campaign for McDonald’s in Ireland. The first campaign was focused on reviving McDonald’s popular MONOPOLY promotion, while this one is all about promoting its range of frozen drinks. To quote Sign Graphics: “For the popular frozen strawberry lemonade, temperature and […]
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