Meeting room occupancy: mmWave people counting with Ainstein


January 9, 2019
Each private meeting room in the LVCC will be outfitted with a IWR6843 mmWave sensor, with each sensor connected over network to a central server.   Each mmWave sensor will be used to determine which rooms are occupied, which rooms are unoccupied, and which rooms only have one person in them. A screen run by the server will show which rooms are occupied versus non-occupied, and an Amazon Echo will be connected so that users can ask about room status.  This demo is being produced and will be manned by third party partner Ainstein

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