An examination of applicability of face recognition sensors in public facilities

05/19/2020
by   Takuji Takemoto, et al.
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This study aimed to explore the usability and applicability of face recognition sensors in public spaces to collect customer footfall data, which could then be analysed and evaluated for facility design and planning. Nine OMRON sensors were provided for the project and installed at five locations in a public facility for three months. The project was carried out by a local consortium with the cooperation of local technology-based Small Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), business organisations, and a local university. Collected data were analysed to develop a report with diagrams, and reveal issues and potential for practical application in the future.

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