Our sensor gets attached to a place’s entrance, measures anonymous movement as people come and go, and generates real-time and historical data that can be integrated anywhere.
"After adding Density, we saw as much as a 950% increase in site traffic to supported locations. Our users love it."
- Darren Buckner, Workfrom CEO
"We've been trying to solve this problem for years."
- Mihir Patil, Associated Students of University of California
We install sensors across your network of locations (ex. a set of small businesses, a college campus, or museum). Real-time movement data is collected, organized, and made available to your developers through the Density API.
Workfrom is a list of great places to do remote work and a growing community of remote workers. Their best spots get very busy. Density measures real-time seating capacity in popular places and Workfrom integrates our data directly into their website.Learn more
Requested is a startup out of Sacramento, CA. Their users can request discounts at popular restaurants. When Density notices foot traffic has been slow for too long, it will automatically accept a certain discount. Density automates a manual process and helps Requested drive business to a restaurant when they need it most.Learn more
In Berkeley, CA, a team is adding Density to school gyms and workspaces. From anywhere on campus, students will be able to see if a popular place is busy or quiet. Apparently, "How full is the gym?" is a problem they've been trying to solve for years.Learn more
Density uses infrared light to measure movement. By design, Density cannot capture any personally identifiable information about consumers.
Video cameras use facial recognition software to collect personal data about you. It is an expensive technology that can invade consumer privacy.
Break beam sensors are often non-networked. They print their count on an attached, analog read-out. Networked units exist but are expensive and inflexible.
Inventory is limited. Access will be given to select partners.