Count people anywhere in real-time. No doorway required.
Radar based counting. No impact from lighting, weather, temperature or reflections. No ceiling mount required.
The list of advantages that Xandar’s people counting solution provides unique use case opportunities.
No impact from weather / lighting:
This allows Xandar to count people in areas such as outdoor bus stops or taxi que stands. Transportation services can now know how many people are waiting at which locations.
Count people in a meeting room without risk of privacy or security breach. Confidential materials and password keystrokes can all be compromised! Even if the systems do not provide HD resolution, the camera itself can be replaced. With Xandar, since it can be even installed behind a ceiling panel, there is absolutely no way a camera can be hacked into it. Furthermore, hotels and lodging industries can now safely know about the number of occupants in a given room without having privacy concerns.
A standard doorway is around 2 to 2.5M. For locations with larger entrances such as shopping malls and stadiums, this would mean that you would need to place multiple cameras to cover multiple doors. 1 Xandar radar can cover 3 to 4 camera ranges providing better ROI.
Not every real estate space has adequate ceiling heights or even ceilings at all for camera based solutions. This is why even in some shopping malls only a “snapshot” of certain zones are able to get people flow data. Airports, train stations, shopping malls, schools, etc., all have locations with high ceilings. In these areas, you are able to use Xandar’s solution against a wall to get people counting in areas that wasn’t possible before.
Count via zones:
Xandar’s solution can be easily tuned to count people in a zone. For example, in a supermarket scenario, doorway counters can provide information about how many TOTAL number of people entered the store. However, you are not able to get more specific information about how many of them actually walked into a specific aisle. With Xandar, that is made possible. Knowledge of total people count vs. people in a specific zone (wine aisle) vs. POS data (how many wine sold) can give important converate rate data.