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Anonymous people counter makes better use of spaces

28 July 2016

Density is an anonymous people counter and an API, placed above a doorway customers use the API to access how many people have visited.

Image courtesy of Density

Density uses depth technology, computer vision and an on-board quad-core processor to anonymously measure and manage entrances and exits through a door. The technology is advanced enough to handle complex human behaviour such as group collisions, bi-directional movement, lines and lingering. 

It’s made from anodised aluminium, specialised IR glass and tested for years of service. The self-installable sensors are built to last and can be set up in minutes. It also features built-in options for Power over Ethernet (PoE), standard outlet power and Wi-Fi. 

The API makes it seamless for anyone in the world to add their people count to an app or website or for simplified analysis of the space, Density will automatically email regular updates on foot fall. 

The device is designed to promote and protect privacy. It can be deployed into place cameras can’t go such as bathrooms, churches and secure offices. 

Video courtesy of Density.


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