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Challenge / Goal

Several cameras were installed on the main bar street in Eindhoven (Stratumseind). Based on real time analytics, potential harmful situations are identified to enable better crowd control.


The cameras have in-built software to recognise pedestrians and cyclists. The data are used to manage crowds in the city centre. The system has an in-built decision system and informs law enforcement if necessary. Crowd managers are notified and can view the data via a dashboard or mobile app.

The cameras do not transmit images but only counts of pedestrians and cyclists (privacy by design). Therefore smaller data transmission rates are also needed.

Citizen participation

Involvment of the bar owners and residents of the area.


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Time period

Planning time: 6 months to 1 year

Implementation time: Less than 6 months

Service providers

Municipality of Eindhoven

End users

Law Enforcement Authorities

    Main benefits

  • Improving personnel efficiency

  • Enhanced safety and security

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