The Remote Sentry Count is a truly next-generation IoT people counter. When coupling our ultra long life batteries, and next-level connectivity with our bespoke online portal, Remote Sentry Count provides a discreet high-level rural visitor counting solution that is simple, relevant and affordable. Our ‘Plug and Play’ device has been designed to keep your costs down, by providing a people counting solution that doesn’t require costly additional infrastructure nor location visits to collect data.
Over the air updates and status reports. No manual collection of data. No changing batteries regularly with our 5+ year super cell. No costly additional infrastructure required. Saving you precious time and resources.
Simply view all visitor count data in your Remote Sentry Portal with customisable graphs. Download in-depth reports straight into a spreadsheet.
Ultimate rural signals with CAT M1 and Narrowband connection options. Fewer blackspots, increased connectivity, reduced power consumption.
Alert based security system to restrict access. Set a custom schedule. If gates are opened after hours, there is an audible alarm and alerts sent via SMS, email and phone to further protect your site.
All data is transmitted over the air, directly into your online portal which is backed up regularly both in the device itself and the cloud.
Prices starting from just £3.50* a week, per gate! Simply enquire now to discuss your requirements.
The Remote Sentry can be utilised in a vast array of different environments and contexts. Here are just some examples where this next-gen device can aid you, both now and into the future.
Count footfall and usage of areas in your park. Know what areas are visited most. Effortlessly collect data to support funding appeals, land maintenance or other projects.
Understand and monitor usage of local recreation facilities, giving you useful data sets to propose new ventures in the future. As well as offering some protection during ‘closed’ hours against trespass and vandalism.
Know who is using railway foot crossings, and when. Gain key knowledge to aid future infrastructure decisions, whilst improving health and safety measures.
Effortlessly gather and collate visitor numbers and footfall in remote areas of your open access land, allowing you to better understand movement of people across your land. Use this information to support park development and funding appeals.
Know which of your footpaths are being used and which aren’t, for maintenance and budgetary allocation purposes.
Gain knowledge and understanding of footfall around areas of your site, giving you crucial insights as well as better access protection, when site is closed.