PEOPLE COUNTING SOLUTIONS FOR AMUSEMENT PARKS, FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS & ZOOS
SenSource technologies can be used throughout the amusement industry to optimize operations, efficiently utilize resources and ultimately improve visitor experience and increase profits.
• Automated system saves time collecting and reporting
• SafeSpace real-time occupancy to help control crowd sizes
Why Count People in the Amusement Industry?
Count foot traffic at entrances and gates
• Monitor peak and non-peak foot traffic times – hourly, daily, weekly, etc.
• Report facility usage for stakeholders and executives
• Optimize staff and scheduled events based on traffic forecasting
Expected Ride Wait Time
Set appropriate wait expectations
• Sensors are placed at the beginning and end of ride queue
• Vea calculates queue length and throughput rate
• Display wait time on guest-facing smart signage
SafeSpace real-time capacity solution
• Abide by COVID-19 occupancy regulations within your facility or park
• Inform guests of current occupancy levels and whether they can enter or wait
• Report historical compliance of occupancy regulations
How We Do It
Leveraging the VIDX Series people counting sensors, SenSource can monitor and track guests with precision. We guarantee 97%+ accuracy in high traffic areas. Layered with 3D video and artificial intelligence, accuracy will improve over time as the sensor learns the environment!
Data and decisions you can count on.
Featured Case Study
In 2010, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum needed to answer the question,
“How many people actually make their way through the entire museum?”
They chose a SenSource people counting system to find the answer and have since uncovered even more data points to help make informed operating decisions.
A Few of Our 200+ Amusement Customers:
Let’s Get Started!
Give your customers the best experience at your park and free up their time to do more! Complete the form below to schedule a web demonstration to see the features in action as well as other people counting technologies fit for amusement parks.