Measure the Future at Internet Librarian 2016

Measure the Future at Internet Librarian 2016

Update on the Measure the Future project (http://measurethefuture.net) at Internet Librarian 2016. Includes the announcement of our first Alpha installation partner: The New York Public Library and the Rose Reading Room reopening.

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Jason Griffey

October 18, 2016
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  1. MEASURING ENGAGEMENT INTERNET LIBRARIAN 2016

  2. Nex-Gen Use Metrics for Libraries News Challenge for Libraries Grant

    Recipient
  3. BACKGROUND

  4. STATISTICS

  5. TYPICAL STATS ▸ Gate Count ▸ Circulation Count ▸ #

    of Reference Interactions ▸ # of Classes Taught ▸ Website Visits
  6. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 Circulation
  7. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 Text Video
  8. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 2 0 2 0 Text Video
  9. ATTENTION MEASUREMENT

  10. GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR YOUR BUILDING

  11. COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS ▸ https://prism.com ▸ http://www.occupeye.com ▸ http://www.density.io ▸ http://euclidanalytics.com

  12. OPEN HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

  13. BY LIBRARIANS FOR LIBRARIANS

  14. HOW TO 
 MEASURE THE FUTURE INTERNET LIBRARIAN 2016

  15. SCOUT

  16. SCOUT INFORMATION ▸ Logitech c525 Webcam ▸ Intel Edison w/USB

    board ▸ 3d printed case ▸ OpenCV ▸ Go
  17. MOTHERSHIP

  18. MOTHERSHIP INFORMATION ▸ Intel Edison + Power board ▸ 3d

    printed case ▸ Data analytics and visualization (Python, Javascript) ▸ Data storage (MySQL)
  19. HARDWARE 
 DEVELOPMENT

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  32. SOFTWARE

  33. MEASURE THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT STACK ▸ Yocto Linux ▸ Go

    ▸ OpenCV ▸ React.js ▸ Postgres
  34. HTTPS://GITHUB.COM/ MEASURETHEFUTURE

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  36. SCOUT MOTHERSHIP BROWSER

  37. MOTHERSHIP BROWSER SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT

  38. MOTHERSHIP BROWSER SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT SCOUT

  39. HOW IT WORKS

  40. Raw Footage Background Removal Noise Filtering Contour Detection & Object

    Tracking
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  42. VERSION 1 FEATURES ▸ Attention measurement/Heatmap ▸ People count ▸

    Raw data available via JSON ▸ Significant privacy protection
  43. PRIVACY ▸ No photo or video of patrons is saved

    ▸ All communication is secured ▸ Collapsing single-stat areas ▸ 15 Minute reporting blocks
  44. USE

  45. ACTIVATE

  46. CALIBRATE

  47. CALIBRATE

  48. MEASURE

  49. REPORT

  50. DATA

  51. SCOUTS.JSON { "id": 1, "uuid": "c91ff28c-f583-43be-adb8-d5c060080441", "ip_address": "0.0.0.0", "port": 8080,

    "authorised": true, "name": "Location 1", "state": "measuring", "summary": null } • id Is a database identifier for the scout. It is automatically generated by the database. • uuid Is a unique identifier for the scout, this is generated by the scout and is used as a key for uploading content to the mothership. • ip_address Is the current IP address the scout is listening on. • port Is the current port the scout is listening on. • authorised Has a person authorised the scout (as identified by the UUID above) to send data to this instance of the mothership? • state The current state of the mothership, the available options are 'idle', 'calibrating', 'calibrated', 'measuring'. • summary Unused field.
  52. SCOUT.INTERACTIONS Contains an array of interactions, one for each visitor

    interaction detected by the system. { "Id": 2, "ScoutId": 1, "Duration": 3.1874993, "Waypoints": [[976,375],[1120,208],[1626,301]], "WaypointWidths": [[178,323],[176,207],[162,300]], "WaypointTimes": [7.642e-06,1.5644069,3.1874993], "Processed": true, "EnteredAt": "2016-09-16T20:15:00Z" } • Id Is a database identifier for the interaction. This is automatically generated by the database. • ScoutId Is used to match the interaction with the source scout. The corresponding scout in scouts.json will have the same Id. • Duration This is the total amount of time (in seconds) that the scout observed this interaction occurring. • Waypoints Is the path (in pixels) that the interaction took through the calibration frame. The address [0,0] corresponds with the top-left corner of the image. • WaypointWidths This is the matching size (in pixels) of the interaction at each step along the path 'Waypoints'. The size of WaypointWidths and Waypoints will always be the same. • WaypointTimes The offset time (in seconds) from 'EnteredAt' that each step along the path in waypoint occurred. • Processed Has this interaction been 'processed' and included as part of the summary as defined in scout_summaries.json? • EnteredAt The time the interaction begun. This date/time is in UTC and deliberately rounded to the nearest 15 minutes. The rounding is an additional privacy protection measure, clumping multiple interactions into occurring at the same time. This to make it more difficult to cross-reference interaction data with other sources of metadata.
  53. SCOUT.SUMMARIES Contains an array of interaction summaries, one for each

    scout. Each summary has the following format: { "ScoutId": 1, "VisitorCount": 931, "VisitTimeBuckets": [[1,2,...,20],[1,2,...,20],...,[1,2,...,20]] } • ScoutId is used to match the summary with the database identifier id in scouts.json above. • VisitorCount is the raw visitor count, the total number of interactions recorded within the space. • VisitTimeBuckets Is the data used to generate the heatmap. This is 20 arrays of 20 elements. Each value in this 20x20 grid is the total accumulated interaction time at that place on the calibration frame. The first array is the first (top) row in the calibration image, and the first element within that array is the left most edge of the calibration image. The total accumulated interaction time is the total amount of time (in seconds) spent by all visitors at that part of the physical space.
  54. SCOUT.HEALTHS Contains an array of scout healths, one for each

    scout at about a 15 minute interval. These healths give an approximation of the health of the measurement system: { "ScoutId": 1, "CPU": 5.09, "Memory": 0.34978658, "TotalMemory": 1.0066616e+09, "Storage": 0.5071577, "CreatedAt": "2016-09-16T20:21:45.149642Z" } • ScoutId Is used to match the health with the source scout. The corresponding scout in scouts.json will have the same Id. • CPU The five minute load average for the scout at that point in time. In this particular example 5.09 means that on average 4.09 processes were waiting on the CPU. A value of 0 would mean that the system was completely idle. • Memory The percentage of the TotalMemory currently being used on the scout system. • TotalMemory The total memory available on the scout in bytes. • Storage The percentage of the total available storage being used on the scout system. • CreatedAt When the health report was created.
  55. WORLD PREMIERE

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  61. Rose North 1 Rose South 1 Rose North 2 Rose

    South 2 Bill Blass 1 Bill Blass 2
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  68. October 6, 2016

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  70. October 11, 2016

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  73. October 11, 2016

  74. POSSIBLE ISSUES

  75. INTERNET LIBRARIAN 2016 POSSIBLE ISSUES ▸ light levels ▸ reflection

    ▸ “bunching” ▸ complexity of interactions
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  77. FUTURE

  78. MEASURE THE FUTURE & NYPL FUTURE ▸ Refining counting algorithms/body

    ID ▸ Timeslice UI ▸ Cloud portal ▸ Secondary sensors
  79. ROADMAP FOR VERSION 2 ▸ Additional sensor support ▸ Hyperlocal

    location measurement ▸ Humidity/temperature ▸ Additional data views ▸ Data integration into other products ▸ Secure and privacy-focused cloud portal for your data
  80. MEASURE THE FUTURE & NYPL FUTURE ▸ Meridian Public Library

    - Next Week! ▸ SUNY - Potsdam - November! ▸ Launch at ALA Midwinter
  81. SMART BUILDING Photo by KTH Biblioteket - http://flic.kr/p/7Pesb4

  82. A/B TEST SPACES Photo by DaveBleasdale - http://flic.kr/p/nNZRV

  83. EVALUATE YOUR STACKS Photo by ocegep - http://flic.kr/p/crdH8s

  84. PLAN YOUR STAFFING Photo by infomatique - http://flic.kr/p/qkS3BQ

  85. Nex-Gen Use Metrics for Libraries http://measurethefuture.net @measure_future

  86. J A S O N G R I F F

    E Y P H O T O C R E D I T: C I N D I B LY B E R G F O U N D E R / P R I N C I PA L C O N S U LTA N T E V E N LY D I S T R I B U T E D L L C H T T P : / / E V E N LY D I S T R I B U T E D . N E T M E A S U R E T H E F U T U R E H T T P : / / M E A S U R E T H E F U T U R E . N E T F E L L O W B E R K M A N K L E I N C E N T E R F O R I N T E R N E T & S O C I E T Y H A R VA R D U N I V E R S I T Y J G R I F F E Y @ C Y B E R . L AW. H A R VA R D . E D U H T T P : / / J A S O N G R I F F E Y. N E T T H E L I B R A RY B O X P R O J E C T H T T P : / / L I B R A RY B O X . U S