LiDAR-based Flow Management

    Light Detection and Ranging is a time-of-flight sensing technology that pulses low-power, eye-safe lasers and measures the time it takes for the laser to complete a round trip between the sensor and a target. The resulting aggregate data are used to generate a 3D point cloud image, providing both spatial location and depth information to identify, classify, and track moving objects.

    Our intelligent solution delivers 95% accuracy, far superior to camera-based systems. This integrated software/hardware solution incorporates machine learning and 3D perception algorithms to scan the sensor’s field of view and provide anonymized data on detected persons in real-time. It can detect a broad range of traffic patterns, including lingering, single file, side by side, bi-directional, tailgating, and more.

    Business Intelligence - Human Flow Facilitation

    It is a customised and cost-effective solution for monitoring the movement of people in open and enclosed areas, which provides real-time data to authorities, like in airports, railway, metro, and bus stations.

    Keeping up with changing times and in response to the social distancing norms, our technology accurately measures the location of and distance between people, as well as the number of people in each location to prevent overcrowding. Also, it can accurately count people entering and exiting common areas, such as conference rooms, to maintain the desired density of people.


    We serve a wide range of markets and applications using our sophisticated technology and backed by our team of industry experts. We understand the nuances that come with each industry and can resolve specific challenges faced by our clients, including in Oil & Gas, Power, Military, Aviation, Civil Infrastructure, and building High-Security Facilities and Smart Cities.

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