SafetyKeeping Passengers at a Safe Distance
Responding to these New Times
Introducing: iQueue with Safe Distance Feature
LiDAR is a powerful tool to help manage crowds and congestion. iQueue’s ability to accurately track the 3D spacing of passengers is unparalleled. But with the coronavirus turning our world upside down, we had to think more broadly to find an impactful way to help, since “un-crowding” has become the new normal.
This new SafeDistance update to iQueue will help airports track passenger spacing to:
- Provide tailored alerts when passenger crowding becomes too dense
- Inform TSA when too many passengers are lined up in queues
- Send notifications when proper social spacing must be improved
- Provide near-term historical heat maps that highlight zones where passengers are crowding up
- And more...
As we enter a world where keeping a safe distance is of paramount importance, we believe that our indoor motion analytics can help. Passenger travel will gradually pick up, and we want our customers to have the best information possible to manage new and never-before-imagined requirements, helping passengers keep a safe distance while traveling through their airports.
Airport Safe Distance KPI
SafeDistance In the News
In an effort to help public venues safely re-open and address public concern over the spread of COVID-19, iinside, a leader in indoor motion analytics for airports and other public venues, today announced the release of SafeDistance, a free upgrade to its LiDAR-powered solution for monitoring and analyzing crowd density in public spaces.Read the rest on Business Wire.
The drop in passenger traffic at many airports around the globe continues to set new record lows. According to the Transportation Security Administration, less than 100,000 people went through airport checkpoints in the United States on Monday, compared to nearly 2.6 million on that day last year.
Even with those low numbers, airports are still working to ensure those who are traveling are maintaining the recommended 6-foot distance to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. And of course that will only become a more challenging issue once travel restrictions are lifted and airport traffic picks up. Read more.