Project Description

The SNG is the universal gateway for our wireless (RF) People Counters and Sensors. The People Counters and Sensors wirelessly transmit counting data to the SNG. The SNG can be configured to capture counting data from up to 10 sources (counters or sensors). Each source can then contain multiple counters or sensors. The SNG uploads the counting data to a PC with the use of a USB, Ethernet cable, or both. The data will then be stored on a server and presented through the PC’s Internet browser. A custom export of the counting data is also available. Setup of the SNG is performed using a USB connection and a web-based software. The image above is an example of the browser based data reporting system. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly, and monthly formats. The simple end-user installation and maintenance of our systems eliminates technical support costs. Our People Counting Systems are all wireless and battery powered.

For retailers that do not want their People Counting data to flow through their main network, we have developed a device that will allow those retailers to use their external 3G service instead. What is the difference between the traditional SNG and the 3g SNG? The traditional SNG would be connected to the local area network (LAN) in each store, and thus the People Counting data would flow through the retail company’s own internal network. On the other hand, the 3G SNG would not be connected to the retail company’s internal network at all. The 3G SNG’s would send the data to the specified IP address through the 3G service in each of the individual stores, which means the retailers do not have to worry about opening their internal networks too an external device.General Features:

  • Dimensions – 73 x 117 x 24 mm
  • Material – ABS Plastic – Grey or PMMA – Black
  • RF Frequency – 2.4 GHz
  • Wireless Range – 100 feet (30 m) / Repeater (RP10-1) available
  • Power – 5v through USB connector
  • Power consumption – < 250 mA
  • Connectivity – USB and Ethernet



  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or later
  • Microsoft .NET 2.0
  • Web-based or Interface
  • Free software license