In the far north of Finland, within the Arctic Circle, travels the mobile library of the Inari region. This library bus brings books and magazines to the small villages of the largest municipality in the country. The library wanted to record how many people got on and off the bus at each stop. To achieve … Continue reading Counting mobile library users in the Arctic Circle
According to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the automated passenger counting (APC) market will grow by over 18% per year. Driving the growth is the increasing demand for real-time transit information, APC’s ability to reduce costs, government regulations requiring data on a regular basis, increasing adoption of APC in developing countries and the easy integration of … Continue reading Automated Passenger Counting Market to Grow by 18% a Year
Theme park automatically counts people and helium balloon passengers, using video analytics for accurate and reliable data acquisition.
Our passenger counting system is saving a UK bus company thousands of pounds per bus. Automatically counting people on and off their buses enabled the company to cross check passenger numbers with ticket machine transactions. With proof that they had more passengers than transactions, managers could take steps to remedy the missing fare revenue. A … Continue reading Video Passenger Counting Saves Bus Company Thousands
Smart Cities connect sensing systems and services via the Internet of Things. Data is instantly available to citizens, businesses and the city authorities.
Some months back we had an enquiry from an unusual source – a “hot air” balloon manufacturer. They wanted to automatically count the people who were taken up in the balloon. This wasn’t a hot air balloon that travels across the countryside. It wasn’t even filled with hot air. Helium provides the lift and the … Continue reading Counting “Hot Air” Balloon Passengers