Density is a people counter.

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
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Built for startups,
designed for developers.

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.

Build a smarter system.

See how other companies are using Density:

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.

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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.

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Requested

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.

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ASUC
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Density

Density

  • Real-time
  • Anonymous
  • Accurate
  • Cheap

Density uses infrared light to measure movement. By design, Density cannot capture any personally identifiable information about consumers.

Video surveillance

Video Surveillance

  • Real-time
  • Anonymous
  • Accurate
  • Cheap

Video cameras use facial recognition software to collect personal data about you. It is an expensive technology that can invade consumer privacy.

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Break Beam

  • Real-time
  • Anonymous
  • Accurate
  • Cheap

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.

Your location data for as low as:

$25 / location / mo

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