The Covid-19 pandemic has imposed strict regulations on social distancing, requiring constant monitoring of the occupancy level of spaces. In this work, we describe the prototype of a Smart Gate, an object created exactly for that goal. Characterized by a modular, flexible and portable design, the Smart Gate performs different functions useful to transform indoor and outdoor spaces in intelligent environments, such as people flow and occupancy level monitoring, environmental monitoring and demographic information estimation. We describe the design, the implementation and the experimental validation of the prototype, also discussing possible future application scenarios.

Smart Gate: a Modular System for Occupancy and Environmental Monitoring of Spaces

Edoardo Longo;Alessandro Redondi;Massimo Bianchini;Patrizia Bolzan;Stefano Maffei
2020

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has imposed strict regulations on social distancing, requiring constant monitoring of the occupancy level of spaces. In this work, we describe the prototype of a Smart Gate, an object created exactly for that goal. Characterized by a modular, flexible and portable design, the Smart Gate performs different functions useful to transform indoor and outdoor spaces in intelligent environments, such as people flow and occupancy level monitoring, environmental monitoring and demographic information estimation. We describe the design, the implementation and the experimental validation of the prototype, also discussing possible future application scenarios.
5th International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies SpliTech2020
978-953-290-100-9
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