Hello, Johnanerousis! I checked with the AIM team and here is their response:
Answer for question 1. It Varies from system to system . An approximate calculation can be made by dividing the viewing area by the size of the faces and multiplying that by 80%. Take that number as an average based on an Intel i5 processor system. Lower processors will process fewer faces.
Answer to question 2. This is an Intel proprietary technology for recognizing faces on advertisement modules. No info can be shared about how the system works internally.
Thank you very much for the reply.
Please let me rephrase question 2.
2. We are thinking of using two systems on our digital signage network. For every 4-5 screens there will be two players. On the first player the content management software will be installed and the second player will run the AIM Suite software (one camera per screen, so 4-5 cameras). Is there a possibility or a way that the AIM is communicating with the Content Management software in order to derive campaign statistics and analytics, since they are installed in different players?
For example OTS, how many people saw each slot, age gender per slot etc.
Hope this rephrasing helps
Hello! The AIM team said, "You can have different sensors, named them with different locations and associate them to one Content management, and then the analytics data can be viewed according to the gender, age group among others. We invite you to contact the AIM support team at the email firstname.lastname@example.org for better assistance on this specific topic. You can also check the AIM User’s Guide for details on this
configuration. The document is available at the link:"