Enhance space efficiency
with real-time data

Gain valuable insights how areas are used

Collect meaningful statistics on library usage with accurate attendance figures. Measure the activity in various zones within the building and access live data on the website for real-time decisions. Ensure the wellbeing and safety of library users by monitoring occupancy levels and implementing appropriate measures.

With Nex.Count Occuspace, track usage in specific zones like public access PCs, various library area, or during events. We exclusively offer public libraries this advanced and proven technology, working closely with our renowned partner, Occuspace, a leader in academic library occupancy and people traffic solutions.

Good Reasons for People Traffic Analysis

01

Operate smarter


Create efficiencies in building management knowing how spaces are actually used.

02

Improve visitor experiences

Enhance the way people interact with and use spaces.

03

Reduce costs


Make data-driven decisions on how specific zones have to be redesigned.

04

Trust accurate data


Analyze real-time and intelligent data enabling cost-effective management.

05

Optimize staffing schedules

Schedule your team for peak times, events, or specific areas best.

Maximum convenience

Our goal is to make people counting and analyzing data as easy as possible for you.

Want to install it yourself? We send you devices, you plug them in. That easy. In case you want assistance or training: we're ready to help.

It's plug and play! No need for extra wiring or drilling into walls and ceilings.

No invasive cameras. Personally identifiable information is never used or stored.

  • Works in any type of space regardless of ceiling height, walkway size, or layout
  • Maintains accuracy of over 90%
  • Algorithm considers people may have several devices
  • Real-time data
  • No tracking of specific people in any capacity
  • Security-First and Privacy-Friendly
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