The Milan Cathedral, also known as the Duomo di Milano
Real-time visitor occupancy counting, both inside the Cathedral and roof-top.
The rich architecture of this majestic building has contributed to making it the symbol of the city. Construction began in 1386, and the final details were completed in 1965. In an era of ever-growing technological advancement, in 2015 the Cathedral took a small but valuable step towards its digital transformation by adopting BS4's solution.
In 2019, 2,8 million people visited the Duomo di Milano, with an average of more than 7600 people per day counted by Dense solution.
The 2020 pandemic has made the BS4 solution an even more fundamental tool by safely managing people flow and sending real-time notifications to the staff, referring data about the actual occupancy both inside the Cathedral and on the roof-top.
With a monitored area of more than 11.700 m² inside the Cathedral and 8.000 m² on the roof-top and with a unique project design and deployment by BS4 specialists, the Milan Cathedral is one of the proudest installations in BS4's portfolio.