Museums Across the United States Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of September 11th

Our country was at a standstill the morning of September 11, 2001. We were stricken with fear and confusion and sadness as we experienced, or watched from a distance, the events unfold that day. “On September 11, 2001 – a clear, sunny, late summer day – al Qaeda terrorists aboard three hijacked passenger planes carried out coordinated...

Workplaces Magazine

SenSource Featured in Workplaces Magazine's "Occupancy Data That Counts" SenSource is featured in April's edition of Workplaces Magazine in the article "Occupancy Data That Counts" written by Jennie Morton. Morton interviewed industry leaders in the people counting segment, including SenSource's Marketing Director, Andy Clutter, for...

Addressing Privacy Concerns with People Counting Sensors

A concern we hear often from those considering a people counting system is, "Well if the sensors are video-based, isn't that a privacy issue?" First, it's important to clarify that people counting sensors are not security cameras. No video feed is recorded to a DVR. Video can be extracted in a small segment, which will be explained...

New Feature: Face Mask Detection System

In many places across the US and globally, wearing a face mask is no longer an option but required when in public. As state governments make more strict mask mandates, it’s up to businesses to enforce them or face penalty. SenSource recognizes the pressure and expense businesses are facing to employ staff to oversee such mandates. For this...

Bathroom Occupancy Counter

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, office buildings are implementing new social distancing protocols, such as a bathroom occupancy counter, to reduce the spread of infection and create a safe environment for employees and guests. While staggering schedules, spacing desks and adding partitions all help to encourage the mandated 6 feet...

Building Occupancy at University Dining Halls

Over 300 colleges and universities use SenSource people counting systems, mainly in student unions and libraries. In response to the pandemic, university dining halls have become the next campus entity to rely on SenSource to streamline operations, like monitoring building occupancy. To best reach this new group of professionals, we are...

People Counting at Student Unions – ACUI Virtual

Student Unions on university campuses have been longtime customers and users of people counting technologies. People counting allows universities to monitor facility occupancy, room usage, traffic patterns, and more. The foot traffic data collected helps colleges and universities justify funding requests, identify expansion needs, optimize...

Setting a Store Capacity Limit: How to Get Started

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...

A History of Occupancy Counter Solutions at SenSource

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....

Why You Should Automate Your Tally Counter

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...