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Influx of People. Deployment of counting sensors in Donostia San Sebastián as part of the Smartkalea project.

Donostia - San Sebastián has a wide deployment of people counting sensors that has been promoted by Fomento San Sebastián within the framework of the SmartKalea project, for which Dinycon Sistemas is a technology supplier. These sensors make it possible to know the influx of people street by street in real time, in both directions, both entrances and exits to the Old Part, with an accuracy of over 97%.

The deployment of sensors is not only limited to the Old Town, but the Paseo de Altza also has a counting sensor and the deployment will soon be extended to Calle Sancho El Sabio, as well as in more parts of the city. It is important to note that the traffic data is completely anonymous, and it is not possible to identify individuals.

This information is collected on the monitoring platform of the project where an analytical process is carried out and indicators are obtained and made public on the SmartKalea project website on a daily basis, socialising and sharing information on the daily influx of people by neighbourhood on a specific day, in a week, in a month and in the past year, among other data.

This tool allows for statistical reports on street-by-street occupancy, comparisons in similar time periods, hour-by-hour, comparisons with previous years, etc. Likewise, the monitoring of entrances and exits provides valuable information for detecting increases in traffic on festivities and special days, as well as for capacity control.

Adding value to the commercial establishments in the city.

This detailed information, as well as being important information for improving municipal management, is also of great value for the commercial establishments in the area, in order to know the movement patterns of people, allowing services to be adapted according to the influx data. Likewise, the shops participating in the project that request it have temporary counting sensors inside the establishments, measuring the number of entrances they receive, compared to the number of people passing through the street.

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