ALA 2010 Return from D.C.

Over 26,200 librarians, library staff, library supporters and exhibitors gathered in Washington, D.C. last week to attend the American Library Association’s Annual Conference. 2010 marked our fourth year exhibiting and, as always, we met many great people throughout the show. Thank you to each of you who stopped by our booth.  Please take a...

Our Miscellaneous Musings for ALA 2010

While we’re looking forward to chatting with our library clients and partners, meeting new librarians and library staff members and showing off our patron counting technologies at ALA this week, we’re also looking forward to a few miscellaneous elements that come hand in hand with traveling and exhibiting… Manning our booth, we’re limited...

New Product! People Counting Simplicity

Announcing the addition of the PC-TB12 stand-alone people counter to our traffic monitoring solutions. This battery-powered people counter features a durable, child-resistant display that is great for heavy traffic entryways, libraries and schools. Its discrete display enables easy data collection by displaying real-time count data. A...

2010 American Library Association Conference

Only two more weeks until we hit the road to our nation’s capital for the 2010 ALA Annual Conference and Exhibit. Librarians and workers, trustees and vendors from across America will attend the conference at the Washington D.C. Convention Center to experience exhibits and speaker sessions from library product, service, and technology...

New Product Announcement!

Receive all of the benefits and ease of use of our popular TB06 counter plus the installation advantage of an even stronger radio transmission range with our new 900MHz Wireless Non-Directional People Counter. Carrying a stronger radio transmission enables this sensor to be placed an average of 325 feet away from its receiver counterpart within...

3 Steps to Optimize Thermal Image Counting

Last month we introduced the guide to optimizing thermal imaging use, discussing the importance of location. The following is part two of the three part series compiled from several of our manuals and guides to ensure our Thermal Imaging Counter with TCP/IP Connectivity provides the most accurate data. (more…)...

3 Steps to Optimizing Thermal Image Counting

We’re sure you’re familiar with the saying, “there’s a right and a wrong way to do things” in reference to all sorts of activities. Most companies would agree that there are steps you can take to make sure their products are being used to achieve optimal results. This is also true for our Thermal Imaging Counter with TCP/IP Connectivity....

PLA 2010

Thanks to all of you who stopped by our booth at the 13th National PLA Conference in Portland, Oregon. For those who missed it, and our non-library readers, here are some snapshots of SenSource in action at our very first PLA appearance. Check out the recent ALA press release for a complete recap of the conference.   We enjoyed the company...

Why Use People Counters?

Ever wonder who is using people counting systems? Or for what applications businesses are using traffic monitoring technology? From retail facilities to libraries, and casinos to churches, for almost any facility that people frequent, an application for counting traffic can be found. To help you better understand people counting technology and its...

Return from HiMSS Conference & Exhibit

While the cold weather of the Northeast followed us south, we had a great visit to Atlanta attending the HiMSS Annual Conference and Exhibit at the Georgia World Congress Center last week. It was a pleasure meeting with healthcare information and management systems exhibitors and gaining industry knowledge while covering more than 359,000 square...