ADITUM INFO: totem with a special rounded and elegant shape, “a window… on information” to provide specific and detailed information about future performances, promotional and advertising messages through its large touch screen.

our PLUS: on request, it will be possible to manage all the devices through the ADITUM software, high-tech and completely manages the system!


ADITUM PEOPLE COMPACT, PASS and AREA people counter is able to adjust the flow of people in and out of movie theaters, theaters, museums, exhibitions, etc. both single access and multiple gates, avoiding crowds.

In fact, it can be installed in one or more entry/exit gates in stand-alone mode (a single device) or with multiple devices connected to each other (also possible connection to turnstiles/doors) no centralized server needed.

At the entrance the individuals will be counted when enter and when exit from the same or another gate, they will be reduced by the maximum number permit and will be allowed entry to other users/ customers.

The system can be connected to external devices such as traffic lights, LCD panels/monitors, alarms, doors, turnstiles to inform the user and adjust the access (maximum number of people permit in an area, how many people are inside and how many are still allowed).

Useful tool that saves on the control staff and to accurately and effectively adjust the number of people in and out.

Inside the projection rooms, theaters, entrance hall, at the toilets, etc. ADITUM PEOPLE AREA can be installed, able to detect, even in the dark, the number of people present in that area to prevent people inside exceed the number allowed.


Aditum Gate can also provide for the installation of totems, to automate the visitors’ registration process.


In addition we offer ADITUM PEOPLE SCAN, a device able to detect body temperature with two different solutions:

  • Bullet Solution – wall
  • Dome Solution – ceiling.

Another interesting device is ADITUM PEOPLE FACE, it allows both the detection of body temperature and the mask on the users’ face, entering the theater.