In the current unprecedented climate, in order to enable social distancing, it's imperative that buildings and facilities limit the number of people allowed inside. Many supermarkets, for instance, have a current maximum of 100 people let in at a time.
Our Density Control Solution automatically provides clear signage and ways to avoid overcrowding.
How people counting cameras can help
People counting cameras can accurately monitor the number of people that enter and exit a building, this information can be used to determine the overall volume of visitors.
Having real time visitor volume information can be a great asset and can reduce overcrowding in a building.
Waiting to be seen in heath care facilities is very common and often leads to a large congregation of people in one small pace. people counting cameras can be used to monitor the patients waiting to been seen and this information can be used to reduce the number of walk in patients by sending out waiting time information. to an app or on a public database.
People counting CCTV systems can operate on a simple traffic light system that controls the numbers of visitors that enter a building or a compete people counting system would offer graphical information which controls multiple entry and exit points.
The Covid-19 virus ha certainly seen a change in how buildings are used, People counting cameras can be used to precisely match the number of staff during busy times to the need, improving service, and then reduce staff during quieter times to save on operating costs. In these and a number of other ways, counting people in-store helps retailers optimise their strategies and maximise conversion and revenues. However, the task of accurately counting people over an extended period of time is a difficult one, particularly as legacy camera technologies are not always up to the task.