Real-Time People Counting & Occupancy

Automated occupancy monitoring

Enable social distancing. Protect safety.
Boost employee and customer confidence.

SafeCount sensors use our highly accurate people counting technology to anonymously count people as they enter and exit an area.

When the customizable occupancy limit is met, connected display signage updates in real-time to alert and notify building users that the area is at capacity and not safe to enter.

SafeCount works independently of existing IT networks and is suitable for buildings and rooms of all sizes, even those with multiple entrances & exits.

Where can SafeCount be used?

SafeCount can be used to monitor the occupancy of entire buildings, individual rooms or anything in-between. Example use cases include:

Does your building or room have multiple entrances and exits? Don’t worry, that’s not a problem for SafeCount.

Advanced feature: zone in zone occupancy monitoring

Manage overall occupancy of an area whilst subdividing into smaller areas to prevent clustering and overcrowding.

With the option to either include or exclude the real-time occupancy of a sub-zone from a parent-zone, you can set target occupancy limits for individual areas of the building.

Example use cases include:

  • Café in a supermarket
  • Changing room in a retail store
  • Washroom in an office


SafeCount Plus Cloud Platform

Do you manage multiple buildings or have SafeCount systems installed across multiple locations? With the SafeCount Plus cloud platform you can remotely access and analyse all the occupancy data collected by your SafeCount systems, in real time.

Advanced reporting enables you to easily review, compare and analyse occupancy data to identify locations that are not complying with occupancy restrictions, allowing you to take action.

  • Compare real time and historic performance across a portfolio of buildings and locations
  • Supports unlimited buildings in different locations and timezones
  • Integrate live occupancy data with other platforms and systems