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The features of the new Intenta S1000 people counter are optimized for retail applications like customer tracking, dwell-time analysis and waiting queue detection.
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Company News • 07.01.2019

Intenta S1000 people counter

The new 3D vision sensor for shop statistics

Intenta expands the smart sensor product range for automatic scene analysis with the Intenta S1000 people counter. This retail specialist tracks precise data for customer statistics thus giving hard facts for the optimization of shop layouts and product placements. Due to the embedded image processing the Intenta S1000 people counter provides high data security and is furthermore low-maintenance and easily to integrate into existing systems. 

With the Intenta 1000 people counter Intenta adds a true specialist for people and customer counting to its intelligent sensor portfolio.  The functionality of the Intenta S1000 people counter is based on the stereo vision concept and the proven algorithms of Intenta‘s multifunctional sensors (S2000/S2100 security) - specially fitted with the essential features for counting applications. This makes it an easy to integrate and at the same time cost-effective option for people counting and dwell-time measurement. 

Application areas reach from the retail sector (waiting queue management,  recognition of movement patterns and points of interest, ...) to applications in public areas (visitor counting at major events or museums, ...).

Following statistics can be tracked with the Intenta S1000 people counter:

  • Customer frequency
  • Fill level measurement 
  • Absorption & conversion rate
  • Customer flow analysis
  • Dwell-time measurement at products or point of sale actions
  • Waiting queue detection with push-notifications
  • Multi sensor tracking

High data security and easy to integrate 

Just as the whole Intenta sensor product range - the Intenta S1000 guarantees high personal data security through integrated image processing. The storage and transmission of personally identifiable information is not necessary. The sensor is easily configurated via web-interface and can be integrated to existing systems via API.

Additional options for people detection in security areas

Intenta provides comprehensive system solutions for people counting and beyond: The multifunctional sensors, Intenta S2000 and S2100 security, can be used in areas with high security demands or as addition to access control systems. With intelligent scene interpretation based on automated dualvision people and object detection they signal emergencies (e.g. fallen person), unwanted overnight visitors or flash mobs. 

„Next to the application as people counter – for example in shops, malls or huge music events like ‚Rock am Ring‘ – our smart sensors are used for room surveillance and emergency recognition“, Dr. Basel Fardi, CEO and Head of Application Engineering, explains. „Especially people detection in financial institutes or public areas with higher security demands are highly requested use cases from our customers. Our highlight features are the detection of unwanted overnight guests in waiting areas or foyers, flash mob or emergency detection, like fallen customers. We tested these features successfully in a pilot project in several bank foyers around Germany. These applications are just as attractive for shops and malls and save costs for additional security personnel.“

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