An overview of Occuspace technology and how it works

Occuspace uses proprietary sensor technology and machine learning to determine the number of people in any building or space and provide space behavior insights to the space owners.

How it Works


Occuspace sensors detect Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi signal activity in an area. The sensors detect the presence of laptops, cell phones, wearables, and other connected devices in the vicinity, and send summary information to Occuspace's cloud for data processing. No personally identifiable information (PII) is ever collected during this process ensuring a high level of privacy for consumers.


The collected signal data is analyzed by proprietary machine learning algorithms using extensive training data gathered over years by Occuspace. This training data calibrates Occuspace's service, and the number of people for a given area are then estimated on a minute-by-minute basis. Data is provided to customers through a Web Portal and via APIs.

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