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Door Counting in Infrastructure

For infrastructure operators, like airports and railway stations, door counting can be used to understand traffic patterns and optimize security. By understanding how many people are entering and exiting the facility, operators can improve safety by making sure that there are enough security staff on hand. They can also use this information to improve traffic flow by directing people to the exits that are least crowded.

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Door Counting in Infrastructure

For infrastructure operators, like airports and railway stations, door counting can be used to understand traffic patterns and optimize security. By understanding how many people are entering and exiting the facility, operators can improve safety by making sure that there are enough security staff on hand. They can also use this information to improve traffic flow by directing people to the exits that are least crowded.

How You Can Use Door Counting in Infrastructure

Spotting Trends

By tracking visitor counts over time, businesses can start to spot trends. For example, if door counts are consistently increasing, that could be a sign that your business is growing and you may need to make changes to accommodate that growth.

Identifying Problem Areas

If door counts are consistently low in one area of your business, it could be a sign that there is a problem with that area. Maybe the entrance is hard to find, or there is something else deterring traffic.

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