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People Counting in Government

Government agencies can use people counting to improve the efficiency of their operations. For example, you can use curbFlow's software to see how long people wait in line at security checkpoints, which areas of a government building are the busiest, and more.

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People Counting in Government

Government agencies can use people counting to improve the efficiency of their operations. For example, you can use curbFlow's software to see how long people wait in line at security checkpoints, which areas of a government building are the busiest, and more.

How You Can Use People Counting in Government

Adjust Opening Hours

In some cases, you may find that your business is busiest at times when it's not open. By understanding the patterns of foot traffic, you can make adjustments to your opening hours to better accommodate your customer base.

Adjust Staffing Levels

One of the most common uses for people counting is to help businesses adjust their staffing levels. By understanding how many people are in your store at any given time, you can staff accordingly to ensure that you have the right number of employees on hand to serve your customers.

Identifying Problem Areas

If people counts are consistently low in one area of your business, it could be a sign that there is a problem with that area. Maybe you need to reorganize your store layout, or add attractive signage to spur more attention.

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