Customers offered preview of Tobii Track ahead of full launch next year.
Out-of-home agency looks to understand “how, when and where mobile devices are used in relation to, and in the proximity of, OOH media sites nationwide”.
OBJ Enterprises plans new analytics tools to better engage and monetise mobile gamers worldwide.
New tool allows researchers to ‘intercept’ real-time online survey respondents in order to interview them qualitatively.
Implicix claims to ‘unlock the truth about consumers’ feelings’ using avatar-led research approach.
HSR’s eight specialist companies to use eCGlobal’s online research platforms and panels.
Retail analytics firm Euclid is among the companies pledging to provide notice to people when tracking is taking place, and to give them information on how to opt out.
LivingLens, founded by Curiosity director Carl Wong, promises to save time and release more value from research-related video – including respondent-created content.
Latest version of the Research Now mobile service allows controlled mixing of mobile and online respondents and enhanced location-based targeting.
‘Express’ version of brand equity tool is “not ConversionModel Lite” says founder Jan Hofmeyr (pictured).
TolunaMobile Diary can now use geo-fencing to target survey respondents based on their location.
AUDIO+ to help brands “audit, map and capitalise on the sound-based elements of their global advertising campaigns”.
DIY survey software platform looks to give organisations greater control and oversight of their survey outputs, says CEO Dave Goldberg (pictured).
Service designed specifically for mobile by duo formerly of Nokia and EE.
New mobile survey platform, targeting developing-market consumers, has raised a total of $11.6m to date.
New toolkit launched by mobile research technology firm Survey Analytics allows in-app feedback collection.
“Our research customers tell us that… they often find our two-question constraint too limiting.”
New solution from HP is designed to help businesses use big data to increase engagement, conversions and revenue.
US — A Standford University researcher has discovered a method by which websites – and potentially advertisers – could track online behaviour using a unique fingerprint created by mobile device accelerometers.
Technology in focus
Technologies such as 3D printing are putting the means of production into the hands of the individual. So, asks Colin Strong: What might the rise of the Maker Movement mean for market research?
When our sister magazine, Impact, visited iMakr to learn more about the future of 3D printing, they got a first-hand look at the production process itself.
A growing number of firms are turning to hackathons to solve business challenges, Dunnhumby included. Brian Tarran reports.