Navigating through the COVID-19 crisis has not been easy and we’ll likely see fallout from this pandemic for many years to come. Face masks, social distancing, and employee occupancy counts are all things that will be a part of our daily lives for the foreseeable future. This will extend to many businesses who are starting to re-open...
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During the Coronavirus pandemic, many retailers are encouraged or mandated by state government officials to set store capacity limits to enforce social-distancing safety protocols. Even into the future as the economy recovers, many public-serving businesses will be faced with the same restrictions. Store capacity limit is a new problem for...
The core of what we do is count people. Why we do it is because we are all data nerds at heart and want to share the power of traffic data with our customers. We test sensors of varying technologies from suppliers around the world. Our in-house software developers work tirelessly to offer a platform that translates raw counts into meaningful data....
Essential businesses like grocery stores, pharmacies and home improvement centers in many states are required to limit customers in a store, enforcing social-distancing rules and preventing the spread of the Coronavirus. Business owners may be searching for a tally counter for door attendants to keep track of customers entering and...
During Ohio’s daily COVID-19 press conference on Thursday, April 2, 2020, Governor Mike DeWine announced an occupant load requirement stating that, “essential businesses determine and enforce a maximum number of customers allowed in a store at one time. These businesses must ensure that people waiting to enter the stores maintain safe...
Our thoughts continue to be with our customers during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Every industry we work with has been affected, many temporarily closing their doors for the safety of their employees and community. Even at SenSource, we’re operating with a smaller staff and sheltering-in-place at our homes. Through this challenging...
These are very unsettling times right now with COVID-19 and we are continually monitoring the situation as it evolves, both locally here in Ohio, and nationwide. Like many businesses, we're concerned about the spread of the virus and are working to take necessary precautions to achieve our main goal of keeping our team members and clients healthy...