Virtual Turnstiles Making A Difference at Your Amusement Park

Visitors tend to come and go throughout the day at amusement parks. Virtual turnstiles are one way to help monitor the foot traffic of visitors through the main entrance points of the park. A virtual turnstile can be installed and implemented in any main entrance and exit area of a park to show park occupancy at any given time. A simple...

3 Ways to Efficiently Operate Your Business

Management often creates and implements a business plan to properly assess what is and isn’t working within the business. One-way businesses are able to view the stores current operations is by selecting and installing a people counting sensor. These sensors provide management with the raw traffic data needed. Which can then be analyzed...

Is It Time to Renovate Your Student Union?

Any student or faculty member can tell you that the student union is the hub of any university. Thousands of people pass through the facility each day, visiting the dining halls, stopping by the book store or they have a meeting. Operations management must understand the student union traffic levels and know when an expansion or renovation...

How Library Usage Data Can Benefit Your Facility

Community members visit libraries for a number of different reasons. Do you know how your library is servicing its community members best? Libraries offer multiple resources, work spaces and events to community members, understanding their core needs is critical to the state of your library. Analyzing library usage data gives you the...

Clicks To Bricks: A Data-Driven Strategy

In our latest article published on Forbes, we take a look at the trend of digitally native e-commerce retailers opening physical shopping spaces, aka clicks to bricks. Joe Varacalli, President of SenSource, offers his expertise on why this trend is taking place and technologies that will marry digital and physical analytics, not only for a...

Church Technology: 5 Ways to Decrease Work & Spur Growth

Check out our latest feature in Church Growth Magazine! Take a deep dive into why and how automated attendance collection systems are used in churches. Joe Varacalli, president of SenSource, recently published an article in Church Growth Magazine sharing his expertise on how people counting technologies are used in places of...

SenSource at IAAPA 2019

The IAAPA Attractions Expo 2019 will be here in just a few weeks. SenSource is excited to be exhibiting at the Expo and showcasing their people counting solutions for amusement parks and family entertainment centers. The 2019 conference will be held in Orlando, Florida on November 19th-22nd, at the Orange County Convention Center. Visit with...

Working Automated Attendance Tracking into Your Tech Budget

Each year church leaders come together to discuss the future of their church and congregation. The annual budget is always a key factor in proper planning and achieving future church growth. Successfully executing any of their plans relies heavily on the open communication with church leaders. “Well-planned budgets help to increase...

SenSource Participates in AHA Tri-County Heart Walk

  The American Heart Association (AHA) held their Tri-County Heart Walk on Saturday, September 28th, 2019. An estimated 1,000 people of all ages came out to the event and walked up to 2 miles around the Youngstown State University campus. In the weeks leading up to the event the SenSource team made efforts to raise nearly $1,500 for...

A Truer Count with Employee Exclusion

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...