Occupancy counting devices poised to seriously disrupt the building integration space

Several days ago, we spoke with senior researchers at the U.S. Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL), who are working on an "occupancy counting device" (OCD). Such a device would use low-resolution video imaging coupled with image processing to determine the number of people in a given room, with...

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