Nowadays, capacity control has become a first order necessity. There are hotel spaces that are susceptible to crowds and must be controlled both for the peace of mind of the users who move around in these spaces and for the safety of the hotel staff.

The capacity control cameras are placed over the entrances of the areas to be controlled (for example, the restaurant/breakfast buffet) and, synchronously, they count each person entering the interior, subtracting those who leave. These devices send information to the screens placed on the outside, which indicate whether it is possible to enter or not according to the influx that has been recorded so far and considering the capacity limitation determined.

The user clearly understands whether or not he/she is allowed to enter or not with a traffic light that appears on the screen: green, when the capacity is still less than that established in the event area and red when at full capacity and, therefore, he/she must wait to be able to enter. In addition, it emits an acoustic signal if someone enters when the enclosure is at full capacity.

In turn, it provides precise information on the number of people inside at that time and the number of people needed until the maximum permitted capacity is reached.

If the hotel has rooms for holding MICE events, it will be able to provide the organiser with the number of visitors and time slots for the event.