Who’s in the building?

Many businesses are currently required to operate strict controls on the number of people on the premises. They may be also be required to demonstrate that they are in compliance with current regulations and update their occupancy limits as regulations change. This usually requires one or more staff members to physically sit each entrance or exit and count people in and out. This is often inaccurate, and does not provide real-time information.

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Occupancy Control uses cameras to count people entering and leaving the building without any human intervention. Even if customers can enter or leave through more than one doorway, this will automatically count the total number of people in the building.

Businesses set the occupancy limits for each building can adjust this remotely in response to changes in regulations or policies. 

When a visitor approaches the doorway, a digital sign will tell them whether they are permitted to enter, or whether the building has reached its occupancy limit. Optionally, Occupancy Control can be configured to physically close or open the doors, preventing customers from entering if the building is full.


For customers

Easy to see how long they may need to wait
Less frustration when they are waiting in line

For staff

Easier than counting people in and out

For the business

Verify compliance with regulations
Real-time monitoring of occupancy
Ensure optimum occupancy levels
Staff are not taken away from their normal jobs

Use cases

Any business that is required to comply with occupancy limits can benefit from Occupancy Control.
It works extremely well in combination with the Ombori Queuing System to provide a comprehensive queue management solution.


  • Restaurants
  • Grocery stores
  • Office spaces
  • Shopping malls
  • Department stores
  • Fashion retail
  • Hardware retail
  • Electronics retail
  • Interior and furniture retail
  • Municipalities
  • Healthcare


  • Queue management


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