There are crossing footfall paths in the detection area of the People Counter.
Move the People Counter so that there is only one footfall path in its detection area.
Groups and people walking too closely next or behind each other cannot be counted accurately because the People Counter cannot distinguish between the people.
People keep a distance of 2m when walking past the People Counter.
There are moving objects in the detection area of the People Counter, which interferes with an accurate count.
Move the People Counter away from moving objects or place it so that the moving object is no longer in its detection area.
The detection area of the People Counter does not cover the entirety of the footfall paths.
Move the People Counter so it covers the whole area where you want to measure the people flow.
The People Counter is placed too low and there is a risk of counting moving limbs as people.
Place the People Counter at a height of approximately 1.2 - 1.4m above the floor.
There is radar interference from another People Counter placed too closely.
Move or remove the People Counter so that there is no radar intereference from another People Counter.