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Privacy matters

From building trust with employees to protecting your company, privacy and security are non-negotiable when choosing how to measure workplace performance.


A great workplace experience begins with trust

Employees are increasingly vocal about their expectation of privacy. 60% of 1,000 employees surveyed in 2022 said they’d have privacy concerns about camera-based technology in their workplace (source). That leaves one option for measuring your workplace: technology that’s anonymous at source.
Anonymous at source

Don’t be evil vs. can’t be evil

Anonymous at source means that data is anonymized at the point of collection, a more robust and secure form of data privacy.

Density sensors use radar technology that detects motion without capturing video, audio or other data that could be used to identify people. Cameras and camera-based sensors on the other hand capture video that’s anonymized later.

Rather than saying, “Our technology will anonymize all personally identifiable information, I promise!”, anonymous at source means that the technology can’t capture this information to begin with. It makes it impossible for someone to intercept or steal personally identifiable data and use it for malicious purposes.

It’s the difference between don’t be evil and can’t be evil.
What our sensors see
Density sensors can be installed everywhere people have a reasonable expectation of privacy, like the workplace. Anonymous by design lets us measure occupancy and utilization while preserving employee privacy, creating a more comfortable environment for employees and making it easier for companies to comply with global privacy laws.
Data security
  • HTTPS/TLS 1.2 encryption over Port 443 (data in transit)
  • AES-256 encryption (data at rest)
  • Regular over-the-air firmware upgrades and security enhancements
  • Validated by 3rd party vulnerability tests
  • Redundant cloud-hosted services
  • OAuth-enabled single-sign on and enterprise identity management options
  • 2-factor authentication with your SSO provider
Made in America
All Density devices are manufactured in our factory in Syracuse, New York, and we control 100% of the software loaded onto each device.

Density sensors provide immense functional value while ensuring the privacy and security. That is why Fortune 500 companies choose Density over other solutions.
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