LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Indoor Lab, the leading provider for monitoring real-time foot traffic using LiDAR sensors, today announced a partnership with Synect to create one of the safest terminals in the world for passengers and employees who are traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Orlando International Airport.
The Indoor Lab’s Safe Place solution measures a traveler’s vapor trail from the moment they step into the terminal within three centimeters of accuracy. This data powers Synect’s Even Flow Crowd Radar digital communication platform to notify passengers when occupancy levels at gates are no longer safe. It will then recommend locations for where passengers can sit and wait to enable a safer journey for all travelers – all while providing full consumer privacy compliance.
The Indoor Lab has also enabled its Safe PlaceTM analytics suite for airport operations to understand cleaning accuracy, occupancy levels, and social distancing with its one of a kind flyover management product giving the airport a bird’s eye view of everything that’s happening in the terminal. The flyover management platform is currently being used across multiple markets delivering the most accurate analytics to improve staffing, line management, load balancing, engagement, and traffic flows.
“The Indoor Lab is proud to be partnering with Synect and The Orlando International Airport to pilot this groundbreaking solution,” said Patrick Blattner a co-founder and chief product officer, The Indoor Lab. “Our Safe PlaceTM platform measures real-time passenger movement with pinpointed accuracy and is helping to enable a safer return to airline travel with preliminary results showing a significant drop in social distance breaches due to traffic dispersion from our combined solutions.”
The Indoor Lab’s Safe Place™ -enabled environment provides management with a health performance index system that scores all aspects of compliance similar to the FDA restaurant grading system using cleanliness, distancing, and occupancy -- building confidence that all measures are in place for a passenger’s safe transit through the airport.
“The combined solution with Synect’s innovative visual communication platform brings together two leading innovators within their respective fields under one platform,” said Yahav Ran, CEO, Synect. “We are excited to be working alongside our partner The Indoor Lab—as we have embarked on a world first at the Orlando International Airport using LiDAR technology to manage crowd flow with our Even Flow Crowd Radar.”
For more information about Safe Place™, to see a demonstration of how the technology works or to speak with us, please visit https://www.theindoorlab.com.
ABOUT THE INDOOR LAB
The Indoor Lab, is the leading provider for monitoring real-time foot traffic using LiDAR sensors. The Safe PlaceTM platform is the newest product within their portfolio of foot traffic analytic solutions and is shaping the safe return and re-opening for all businesses in the future. Beyond Covid-19, The Indoor Lab offers the most extensive combined experience designing, developing, and deploying real-time location services for some of the most heavily trafficked retailers, monuments, airports, and stadiums worldwide. The founders were the first to introduce 3D LiDAR for public space tracking and have since become the market leaders delivering the most accurate privacy compliant tracking solutions in the world.
Synect is a specialized agency dedicated to revolutionizing content, interactivity, and systems for video walls of unlimited size and scale. They work with the world’s premier airports, airlines, retailers, and brands to design brilliant ways to connect them with their audiences in the real world. They drive over 20,000 feet of digital signage across the globe daily—with live data, video content and interactive experiences playing across many unique canvases. #EvenFlowMCO
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