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The success of Dinycon in the two editions of the Pilar Festivities

Dinycon wins the confidence of Zaragoza City Council, after the two projects deployed in its festivities


Dinycon Sistemas has developed an innovative project on two occasions, together with the Zaragoza City Council, to provide a solution for capacity control at the Pilar Festivities. In 2019, the project was carried out for the first time, and thanks to the success obtained, in 2022, the organisation repeated the project.



Thanks to this deployed solution, it was possible to visualise the crowd and occupancy data in real time, automatically warning in the event of exceeding or approaching the marked capacity, and uploading this information to the City Council official website.

Looking futher into the 2022 project, the 13 main entrances and the Square were to be monitored. For this purpose, Dinycon installed 3D stereoscopic, non-intrusive sensors at the top of each access area. In addition, new elements were implemented which were not deployed in the previous edition (people counting cameras).



The platform could be accessed from a Smartphone or computer, allowing the organisation to constinuosly visualise the results. Data was presented by event , time slot and location, and it was also possible to view data on entry, exit and influx of people.

It is worth noting that Pilar Square registered 1,734,075 people. This data was obtained thanks to the 27 counting cameras that were installed.

Advantages of the deployed solution:

  • Acccurate real-time flow information
  • Preservation of the environmental value of the festivities.
  • Improved mobility management.
  • Improving the quality of service to users and visitors.
  • Deployment in record time (1 week).
  • Solution to the problem of communication latency during mass events.

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