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A wireless counting system network automates data transfers, thus freeing your personnel for more important tasks. Moreover, if you have a large building or several buildings close together equipped with people counting systems, it becomes essential to automate data transfers.
A radio network is a highly flexible wireless network. It only requires line-of-sight between the modems and can use repeater units to cover a long distance.
Each entrance is equipped with wireless directional counters. In the office, the computer is also connected to a radio modem. This computer has access to your database server, which, in turn, supplies our web-based report application with data. Counting data goes from entrance to report seamlessly, without human intervention.