People Counting FAQ
What does it cost to install people counters?
We’ve prepared this simple estimator so you can calculate rough costs. Answer a few simple questions and we’ll email you a breakdown.
It all begins
with a people counter and analytics.
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Outdoor counter estimate
Indoor counter estimate
Outdoor counter data/analytics plan
1yr: $3000 2yrs: $5800 3yrs: $8000 (per counter)
Indoor counter data/analytics plan
1yr: $1200 2yrs: $2300 3yrs: $3300 (per counter)
The final estimated price is:
How do I book a Site Assessment?
Site assessment reports can be booked here.
Can people counters go outdoors?
Yes. We have indoor and outdoor options. Outdoor counters are successfully installed in marinas, streets, bridges, tunnels and more throughout the world and are secure from vandals and the weather.
Who installs the people counter?
The people counter requires expertise to install and configure. We can happily do both for you.
Are counters 'safe' for people to walk under?
Yes. Our counters are certified compliant with standards to meet safety tests passed globally, for all locations. Our counters use an infra-red camera that measures heat only.
What brand people counters do you use?
We are a partner and distributer of Irisys counters. Irisys has manufactured counters since 1996.
What is the warranty on the counters?
Our counters come with a standard Australian 12 month warranty. Counter has an estimated “life before failure” of 25 years.
Will my visitors have WiFI / phone tracked?
What happens after a counter is installed?
Can I login to the Software for a trial?
Yes! Please visit out our People Counting Demo.
What is the 'reach' of the people counters?
Counters have a square Field of View that is about as wide as the counter is high. For example, a counter mouted 3 m high will have a field of view of about 3m x 3m. All people are counted by passing over an invisible ‘trip-line’ that’s within the field of view. Therefore: people must be within a few metres (and passing below it) of a counter to be counted.