Bubble Groups: Organizing Crowds for the New Normal
As the world begins its journey to the “new normal,” management of highly dense spaces will need to operate in a radically different way. How can we ensure some level of normalcy as we begin to interact with the world at large? One way to help manage and enforce...
Managing museum visitor flows in a socially-distant world
As cities around the world slowly begin to reopen and summer approaches, museums and cultural sites everywhere will need to consider how to keep their visitors safe when they decide to reopen their physical spaces. While previous blogs have discussed the best ways to...
A Guide to Social Distancing for Essential Businesses
With COVID-19 social distancing measures in effect, food stores and other venues that must remain open are limiting the number of people who can enter inside. In people flow, the number of people supported by an area at one time is known as carrying capacity....
Tips and Tricks for Dispersing Crowds
Below are tips that allow for essential businesses to continue "business-as-usual" while keeping customers safe. As the world slowly becomes accustomed to a new way of living, businesses are trying to cope with new social distancing measures in place. And as we limit...
Optimizing Ticketing Queues: The Secret to Shorter Lines and Happier Visitors
Part 4 of our blog series exploring visitor management practices at World Heritage Sites!
Visitor Centers: the MVPs of World Heritage Sites
This blog is part of a series on managing visitor flows for World Heritage Sites (WHS). Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here, and Part 4 here.Visitor centers are the unacknowledged MVPs of touristic attractions. A well-designed visitor center can increase...
Creating your “Design Day” and Managing “Too Many” Visitors
Part 3 of an on-going blog series on World Heritage Site visitor flow management practices. #visitormanagement #kiranconsultinggroup #consultation #worldheritagesite #part3
Unpacking “Carrying Capacity” and “Carrying Plans”
Part 2 of our blog series exploring visitor management practices at World Heritage Sites! #visitormanagement #simulationmodeling #sites #carryingcapacity #practices
Creating the Perfect Line: A case study of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Part 1 of our blog series exploring visitor management practices at World Heritage Sites! Ali Kiran and Celal Kaplan’s new blog series will be looking at the challenges of #queuemanagement at cultural heritage sites. Stay tuned! #business #culturalheritage