Data Duopoly piloted their technology with the Eden Project in July 2019, undertaking a week long trial. This included an app for visitors to download to enhance their experience and an analytics dashboard for the venue to gather the valuable location data insights.
Data Duopoly have been working with Tin Coast Partnership linking 3 World Heritage Mining sites; Botallack Mine and Levant Mine and Beam Engine, which are both run by the National Trust, and Geevor Mine. The app is designed to allow visitors to explore the local area whilst increasing local business revenue and gathering valuable insights into visitors behaviour onsite via the dashboard.
The Kevrenna trail is an additional feature to the XplorTINCOAST app with the local theatre company Cousin Jacks.
A 40 minute gamified trail across the Tin Coast site allows families and young children to learn more about the history of the Tin Coast, whilst answering questions to collect golden bezzants and complete the trail.
Working with Falmouth University, XplorCAMPUS is designed to bring staff and students back to campus safely. By monitoring footfall across the site, both indoors and outdoors, crowding is prevented and revenues are increased through the use of personalised discounts and incentives.