Rhombus exposes two primary types of people or visitor counting for their customers (accessing charts). The options are
Estimated Unique Visitors
Unique Visitor Counting relies on facial recognition to count the number of unique visitors a location might have in a given period of time. The success of this feature is dependent on the camera positioning. If the camera is placed near head-level, and can identify faces fairly straight-on, then this feature works really well to identify how many unique visitors are seen in a given time period. The time period is configurable over 15 minutes, Hour, Day, or Month, and for whichever time period you choose the unique counts are shown over that time period.
Estimated Total Visitors
In situations where the camera cannot get accurate face captures, then our Total Visitors metric is a better solution. This method counts the number of people seen whether or not a face can be detected. For situations where there is a lot of foot traffic (i.e. front of a retail store, kiosk, trade-show), and identifying faces is difficult either due to camera positioning or the number of people, this metric can be useful. Furthermore, this solution works well if it's in a location where you know the same person isn't likely to pass that location multiple times (the same person will be counted each time they're seen no matter how many times they pass).
When the camera captures any sort of motion, they will be logged as Motion Events. These types of events are useful in situations where you want to track motion in areas where you do/don't expect it (i.e. Human Movement, Unidentified Face).
To find the charts, go to Home > scroll to bottom and select 'People Counting'.
From here you can select/deselect each camera's data to display by clicking the boxes on the bottom row.