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Testing On Axis Occupancy Estimator?

Hello,

Who has tested or has experience with the Axis Occupancy Estimator solution? We are considering utilizing this product to address requests to help automate counting, instead of making employees stand at doors like we're starting to see. Here were my questions:

What were your feeling on this and did it appear to be an effective / reliable tool?

I'm curious about apparent accuracy and if there is feedback on the solution in terms of a single entrance versus multiple entrances or locations?

We'd also like to know about camera selection and placement considerations - like is it really finicky or fairly flexible and so on.

Is anyone aware of a cloud based solution or maybe deployed the back end components of the Axis solution in a cloud environment successfully?

Thanks!

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