Euclid to deliver Google Analytics style data for the physical world

By Shawn Knight
Nov 3, 2011
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  1. Palo Alto-based startup Euclid Elements has raised $5.8 million in capital to fund a new offline analytics program designed for business owners. Euclid analytics is conceptually similar to Google Analytics…

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  2. Thats pointless almost. I would say the majority of traffic in a store will have a cell phone, but not everyone will. Then not everyone will have a phone capable of wifi, and for the cellphone users who are, most of them will have this feature turned off as it saves battery life on their phone. Nice concept, but try to make a device to detect cellular activity for the radios in cellphones not the wifi.
  3. Agree with above - with the advent of 3G and 4G networks, when not in my home or office, I always turn off WiFi to conserve battery, and everyone else I know with smartphones does the same.

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