Easy to implement and scale
Euclid Analytics is the easiest way to measure visits, engagement, and loyalty in your stores.
Our plug-and-play sensor installs in two minutes - just connect power and internet. Each sensor is the size of a deck of cards and covers up to 24,000 square feet.
If you have existing in-store Wi-Fi from Aruba, Aerohive, CISCO, Fortinet, Meraki, Ruckus, Xirrus, or other leading providers, you can turn your existing access points into Euclid sensors with the push of a button.
Once your sensors are up and running, you can view reports for all your locations in our easy-to-use web Dashboard.
Take a closer look at how our technology works:
Euclid gives you key insights for your physical stores
Euclid senses smartphones and lets you see how shoppers flow through your store, their visit duration, and return shopping patterns.
Smartphones broadcast anonymous Wi-Fi pings
Smartphones send out short "pings" as they search for Wi-Fi networks nearby. These pings include the phone's MAC address (a unique string of letters and numbers), signal strength and other non-personally identifiable information.
Euclid records Wi-Fi pings and sends them to the cloud
Using your existing Wi-Fi infrastructure or our compact plug-and-play sensor, we record pings and send them to the cloud. For privacy, we scramble each MAC address using a one-way hashing algorithm.
Euclid processes and stores data
Our advanced heuristics extract actionable insights from the data and store them in Amazon's highly secure datacenters.
Learn about our security practices
Retailer receives analytics via web and email
Use our web-based Dashboard and scheduled email reports to measure and optimize your business.
Superior Wi-Fi technology
Wi-Fi is the most affordable, scalable solution for retail analytics.
Works securely within your
existing network infrastructure
Euclid Analytics is built securely from the ground up, protecting both your business and your shoppers.
MAC address hashing
Each phone’s MAC address is scrambled with a one-way hash to create a separate unique ID.
Encrypted data transmission
Data is sent to Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption.
Secure data storage
Information is stored in Amazon’s highly secure datacenters
Limited employee access
We use technical and policy controls to prohibit unauthorized access.
Maintains PCI compliance
Our sensors do not collect cardholder data or impact the topology of your secure network.