The smart camera system, designed by a research team lead by Dr Amin Al-Habaibeh of the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, even works in darkness.
It is hoped that it will help save lives by improving crowd safety at large gatherings.
It combines an infrared camera and a monochrome camera to measure the density of crowds in real-time and signal when and where hazardous levels of overcrowding occur.
The technology can also give accurate estimates of crowd numbers.
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