TAC-B people counting radar

People counting Radar sensor vs Video sensor Comparison Guide
How to choose a people counting system: Radar sensors, 2D/3D camera, ToF sensors. Pros and Cons. What are the key differences in technologies? A comparison of various people counting technologies: 2D/3D camera, ToF, Radar
SensMax TAC-B mmWave Radar People Counting Sensor
Accurately measure visitor traffic, optimize salary costs, discover new marketing goals and missed sales opportunities, increase sales conversion rates. SensMax people counting system offers the most advanced and accurate occupancy platform without infringing personal privacy.
Street | Smart city footfall counting
The people counting radar is suitable for counting pedestrians on the streets. A wide people detection area up to 100 square meters allows capture pedestrians and cyclists by sorting them according to movement speed. The people counting sensor works in any weather conditions, like rain, fog, snow, and in any time of a day in any light conditions — bright sun or complete darkness.
Outdoor | People counting in parks
The people counting radar fits most of all outdoor pedestrian counting projects. People counting area is up to 100 square meters at an angle of 120 degrees. It is a benefit for footfall counting at wide entrances or even open space. The sensor working in any light conditions, even in dark, fog, and rain. Sidewall or pillar mounting inside a robust plastic box allows flexible installation options.
Retail Store | Real-time people counting
The real-time people counting solution with multiple counting lines and zones offer more benefits for retail stores. You can count entering and passing by visitors, counting occupancy per zone, or per store using one sensor. Easy installation, wide detection area, no-filming private counting, and light level independent make SensMax TAC-B sensor probably the best price-performance choice for retail stores.
Shopping malls | Real-time occupancy monitoring
The people counting radar has wide people counting area and can be installed at wide entrances that shopping malls usually have, so fewer sensors are needed to cover the entrance. Sidewall or angled ceiling mounting provides more flexible installation options. Real-time occupancy reports helping to track the number of visitors inside.
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