Depth is your superpower
Density sensors use anonymous depth data to help you see and understand your space at scale and in real-time.
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Pioneering new sensor
Introducing Open Area
Understand how people use any open space with our newest sensor, Density Open Area.

A single sensor can be installed up to 20 feet off the ground and intelligently understand more than 1,325 sqft of space.

With twice the range and 4x the coverage of camera-based alternatives, Density is the most scalable, cost effective system on the market.
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Any space. All sizes.
Building, floor, room, or desk, Density has you covered.
Building • Floor • Room
Entry sensor
Coverage: Threshold based
Accuracy: 98%+
Hardware price: $895
Installation guide
Room • Desk • Open Space
Open Area sensor
Sqft. coverage: 1,325 sqft.
Hardware price: $399
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Best in class technology
Preserves privacy
Robust analytics and reporting
Badge Data
Wi-Fi Tracking
Seat Sensors
Manual Count
Badge Data
Wifi Tracking
Seat Sensors
Manual Count
More coverage. Fewer sensors. Incredible accuracy.
The standard in Privacy
Anonymous by design
People are weird. They do strange stuff in space. They walk in groups and bump into each other. They linger and form lines.

To make sense of this complex human behavior, we had to design technology that generated enough data to be accurate but not enough to invade privacy.

The data you see is anonymous at source.
Cloud Infrastructure
Always secure
Privacy and data protection are at the core of our business, from initial product design and development to device management and data access policies. Learn more about our “privacy by design” approach and how we safeguard your data.
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Our API,
hundreds of apps
Easy integration with your choice of workplace applications.
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How can Density help you?
Workplace Experience
Space Optimization
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Depth processing

not cameras
Many vendors use cameras to count people. But cameras are inaccurate, and they’re anything but anonymous. Instead, we rely on a depth-processing unit that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to accurately and anonymously measure human movement. The DPU upgrades itself via automatic firmware updates, and continually learns from its environment to increase accuracy over time.