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2017 Festival Insights Infographic

06 Jan 2018 | Written by Mark Maydon

2017 Festival Insights Infographic

2017 Festival Insights Infographic

(Some of) what we learnt last year

In 2017 our Colocator location intelligence software was deployed at over 50 festivals around the world, delivering location-based insight and services using data crowdsourced from mobile phones. By turning the crowd into a huge connected sensor network, we accurately and reliably map the crowd’s movement – crucially, in real time. As a result, we collect an awful lot of data (in excess of 1.2 billion data points, to put a figure on it). And in between tucking into the Christmas turkey and unwrapping the odd present, we’ve trawled this vast data pool and uncovered a few nuggets, such as:

  • How many miles the average festivalgoer covers a day
  • How much time is spent listening to music versus visiting sponsor activations
  • How many visits to food and drink outlets

It’s all captured in the infographic below which you can also download as a here

Infographic Festival Insights 2017

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