Branding Your Crowd Control

Most people reading our blog are probably familiar with at least the basics of crowd control. If you’re experienced with the products, you’ve probably already determined the best methods for using the equipment to increase efficiency, minimize customer wait times, and ensure safer practices in your workplace. But what about branding? You have the equipment,… Read More

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Warehouse Safety Tip for OSHA Compliance

According to OSHA’s Worker Safety Series, the fatal injury rate for the warehousing industry is higher than the national average for all other industries. To ensure your business isn’t contributing to such alarming statistics, be proactive about keeping your workplace safe, while building and preserving your record of security. The most frequent deaths and injuries… Read More

The Science of Crowd Movement, Mentality, and Control

While large crowds tend to move in an innately disordered, unreasonable manner, there are methods for determining the actions of large groups of people, and we mustn’t look too far to see why this problem demands attention. In various countries, no matter the sporting event, there are riots, crowd crushes, and stampedes that occur every… Read More

LineLogic Celebrates the Running of the Bulls

The “Running of the Bulls,” or encierro, is an event celebrated in Spain on July 6 of every year. We give you our contribution to the celebration – pure crowd control with only a little bit of Photoshop bull…

Lessons from Ancient Rome: Stadium Structure at its Finest

G. Keith Still is a championed expert in crowd control and line management strategies whose resume includes crowd consulting work for events like the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. 11 years ago, Still took a walk through Pompeii stadium, the oldest surviving Roman Amphitheater, and he was amazed by… Read More

LineLogic Equips Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida

Fontainebleau, a cutting-edge hotel in Miami Beach, FL, prides itself on providing a truly unique guest experience where patrons can define and create their perfect day. Debuted in 1954, the Fontainebleau was designed by the famous architect Morris Lapidus, and many believe it to be the most significant piece of his entire career. Within the… Read More

Boston’s Logan Airport is Enhancing Public Guidance with Customer Service Avatars

Meet Carla, everyone’s favorite customer service avatar. She’s pleasant, she’s Plexiglas, and she will gladly help you find your connecting flight. Carla is a bilingual virtual greeter, who is tasked with helping passengers navigate through the airport. She costs $26,000 and is being funded out of the airport’s operating funds. She’s actually a projection of… Read More

Customer Testimonial: LineLogic Hails the Hog

While a lot of the material for this blog is industry-focused with a B2B-minded voice, and some consider that to be “boring,” there’s a lot of really fun stuff we do too! Our team is always looking to spice things up and make crowd control a fun experience for everyone involved. Back in March, a… Read More

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Screenflex Portable Room Dividers

Typically we equate the term “spatial limitations” with not enough space. Too frequently, however, businesses are bogged down by their inability to control the space they do have. With portable room dividers by Screenflex, this should never be a problem. These heavy-duty room dividers are constructed using fabric covered, sound absorbing, tackable panels that are… Read More

Congratulations and Good Luck to the Oklahoma City Thunder

After sweeping the Mavericks in 4 games, taking the Lakers in 5, and fighting it out with the Spurs for 6 games, the Oklahoma City Thunder are now taking on LeBron James and the Miami Heat. This is it. The big one, the NBA Finals – winner takes all. The series began on Tuesday, with… Read More