People Counting

People Counting is a task that requires accuracy and precision. There are a number of devices and services which can help us count and verify people with ease. This includes facial recognition equipment, as well as devices which can track the volume of foot traffic within an area. This equipment often comes with software which can provide detailed real-time analysis of this information.

For those who are looking for more than just People Counting Services, there are also a numerous collection of suppliers who are more than willing to offer their Services to make sure you perform the most professional job possible. Our Advanced Search function can better help you find Products & Services more specific to you.

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Application lodged for Red Hill public housing precinct

An estate development plan for the former Red Hill public housing precinct, produced in consultation with the local community, has been lodged as a development application revealed Minister for Urban Renewal Mick Gentleman today.

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New Monash Children's Hospital opened

Premier Daniel Andrews joined Minister for Health Jill Hennessy yesterday to officially open the new Monash Children’s Hospital. The hospital, which came at a cost of approximately $250 million, will care for over 7000 sick children each year.

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Kangaroo Creek Dam safety upgrades progressing well

SA Water is undertaking the second and third stages of work in a $94 million safety upgrade of Kangaroo Creek Dam in the Adelaide Hills.

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Pialligo Avenue and Scherger Drive upgrades underway

Work has started on upgrading the busy Pialligo Avenue and Scherger Drive intersection to improve traffic flow to the city during peak periods.

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EJ Whitten Bridge widening preparation works underway

Widening works on the EJ Whitten Bridge are set to begin next week, with two large remote controlled cranes currently being prepared at the site of the works.

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Frankston Station upgrade design released

Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan and Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke today visited Genton Architecture today to unveil the design for the new Frankston Station.

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Monbulk Rangers Soccer Club opens new $9.8 million facilities

Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash today unveiled Monbulk Rangers Soccer Club’s new $9.8 million facilities.

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West Tower works begin

Works have officially begun on stage one of the Residences on Anzac Highway project, with ground officially broken earlier today to enable works to begin on The West Tower.

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Signet’s RedLine Savers – A new pricing initiative that is helping businesses save

Success depends on a healthy bottom line and careful monitoring of your expenses. At Signet, we understand this and the benefits of cost savings to any business. And now, it's even easier to save with our new pricing initiative - RedLine Savers.

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CUBIS install fit rail pit in $10.9b Metro Tunnel Project, Melbourne

Metro Rail Tunnel Early Works officially begun on Monday 19th December 2016, with the first CUBIS Systems BVCI™ communications cable pit installed in central Melbourne, Australia.

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Training: Where, What and Why?

A recent article published by Pool + Spa discusses the importance of training, and the importance of delivering training that suits all learning styles.

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QLD council uses PolyCom stabilising aid for safer commute on agricultural haul road

Mayor of Isaac Regional Council Anne Baker says the Queensland council works crew went "above and beyond" to solve pavement issues on an essential haul road.

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Sheeting makes a statement

With a little imagination recycled-plastic sheeting can produce spectacular results.

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The wait is over: Introducing the 2016/17 NHP Price List Catalogues

NHP is pleased to announce the release of the 2016/17 Price List Catalogue.

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