The technology to remove employees from traffic metrics has finally arrived. Employee exclusion technology creates a truer data set for applications where employees regularly traffic the sensor’s detection area. Retailers utilize this technology by omitting employees who are on the salesfloor, assisting customers and even entering through the...
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Government employees understand how many steps are involved in operating museums, public parks and visitor centers. Everything needs to be properly analyzed and evaluated before action can be taken. The daily operations are often quite involved, implementing a people counting system helps to simplify museum operations. Each government facility...
Universities and their student unions are typically under a strict budget each year. In order to maintain their funding each department must carefully allocate funds. By implementing a people counting system universities have the data to back-up their decisions. Student unions see a lot of traffic, being the hub of campus, and it’s important...
As technology advances so do the needs of library patrons. People of all ages now have computers, cell phones and/or tablets within arm’s reach at any given moment. They have become use to the idea of having information at their fingertips, many people get deterred if the information they are looking for isn’t readily available. There are...
The United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley held its 22nd annual Day of Caring event on Friday, September 6, 2019 where 1,200 volunteers joined forces to fight blight and build-up the city of Youngstown. SenSource teamed with the American Red Cross’s Ohio Home Fire Campaign to install smoke alarms and LED lights in homes that...