Unlike Bluetooth and WiFi tracking, LiDAR doesn't require personal identifiers or device tracking, making it a more privacy-friendly option. It does not track individual devices or collect personal data, ensuring privacy of individuals in the crowd.
LiDAR uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure distances, which results in a highly accurate 3D representation of the space. This leads to more precise estimates of crowd density compared to Bluetooth and WiFi tracking, which often rely on signal strength and can be affected by interference.
LiDAR sensors provide real-time data about crowd density, allowing for immediate response to changes. Bluetooth and WiFi tracking may not be as real-time due to the need to process signal data.
Unlike WiFi and Bluetooth, which rely on individuals carrying enabled devices, LiDAR can measure crowd density even if individuals are not carrying any devices. This makes it a more universal solution.
LiDAR systems also detect objects and obstacles in the crowd, which can be important for safety and security considerations.
LiDAR function effectively in various lighting conditions, whereas camera-based solutions struggle in low-light or overly bright situations.
LiDAR systems excel in providing depth information, which can be particularly useful for estimating crowd size in three dimensions, accommodating for varying elevations or levels within a venue.
LiDAR is generally less susceptible to interference from other electronic devices or physical obstacles, offering more consistent and reliable results compared to Bluetooth and WiFi tracking.
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