Frequently Asked Questions
How does Abraxas collect information?
We identify viewers and audience members through the use of cell phones and other mobile devices.
Gee, that sounds creepy. Do you invade my privacy to do that?
No, we do not use facial recognition, camera, or data sniffing technology. Rather, Abraxas’ technology was built in 2017 with modern privacy laws and protections at the forefront of our design process. Our goal is to capture accurate viewership and audience data, not to identify folks individually.
Does Abraxas collect personal information about people?
Is there a way to opt out?
Email and marketing communications from Abraxas should have a button to opt out of future mailings. If an email is missing such an option, or you otherwise wish to opt out of a service or type of communication, please contact us at email@example.com
For high volume sites, is there a capacity limit to the services?
Our services scale according to the needs of each business and market we serve. As an example, we currently serve outdoor advertising installations on major urban highways that experience X views per day.
Is your technology proven?
Yes. Our services are up and running across the USA and in foreign markets as well.
Can I participate in a pilot or beta test?
At this time, pilots and beta tests are now closed. Please check back for future opportunities as we continue to grow and expand into new markets.
What does Abraxas furnish in its OOH (“Out Of Home”) data reports?
Abraxas Technology provides advertising analytics for billboards and other types of ooh advertising in the simple and familiar language of online advertising metrics with views and dwell time. We also provide attribution and conversion data so businesses can FINALLY understand when their advertising really works and brings customers in the door.
What does Abraxas furnish in its event space reports?
Abraxas Technology event space reports are dynamic tools used by businesses to manage crowds and resources. Our most popular feature selections are:
Real-time wait times
Point of purchase planning
Attribution or conversion across multiple properties
Customer failure rate detection