Casino People Counting Technology and Occupancy Monitoring Solutions
Using SenSource’s casino traffic monitoring solutions, casino operators can automate the task of counting guests to abide by occupancy limitations, freeing time to focus on creating an exciting environment for guests to enjoy themselves.
• Automated system saves time collecting and reporting
• SafeSpace real-time occupancy to help control crowd sizes
Why Casino Traffic Monitoring is Neccesary
Counting traffic at the casino’s exterior doors
• Monitor peak and non-peak traffic times
• Report casino usage for tax purposes
• Optimize staff and table levels and placements based on traffic forcasting
Monitoring guest traffic inside the casino
• Determine most accessed areas
• Evaluate placement of marketing signage
• Improve the overall layout of the gaming floor based on data
SafeSpace Occupancy Monitoring real-time solution
• Abide by COVID-19 occupancy regulations
• Inform guests of current occupancy levels
• Report historical compliance of occupancy regulations
How We Do It
Leveraging VIDX Series people counting sensors, SenSource can monitor and track casino visitors entering and exiting with precision. We guarantee 97%+ accuracy in high traffic buildings like casinos. Layered with 3D Video and Artificial Intelligence, accuracy will improve over time as the sensor learns it environment!
Data and decisions you can count on.
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