Open footpaths


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Paths in open areas usually require buried pressure sensors known as 'slabs'. Slabs made of PVC are buried 10cm deep with the original surface material put back on top. If well installed they are invisible to walkers and so is the data logger buried nearby. Slabs can be laid across wide paths to count groups of people accurately when they are not walking in single file, but finding or creating a 'pinch point' on the path to suit a single slab sensor would reduce equipment costs.



Footpaths with furniture


Equipment is supplied with user guides and illustrated installation instructions to enable our clients to install the equipment by themselves. But Linetop also offers an on-site installation service. Sometimes clients prefer to see one or more counters installed by Linetop as a training exercise and then install the rest of their project themselves. Others may decide to contract out the whole job to us. Installation work can be combined with on-site training in how to use and maintain counter equipment, and to collect and present visitor data using our Windows software packages.