The new way to estimate attendance at events. Try using CrowdSize.

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Why

People vote with their feet. It’s news worthy to know how many people show up for an important event.

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Timely Tool

It’s always election season. People will gather for the issues and candidates that are important to them.

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An Idea

What if you could provide valuable information to a campaign or a newspaper about how many people attended an event and get paid for it? You can do this with CrowdSize.

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The Process

Area estimates in the Palm of Your Hand

CrowdSize uses Apple Maps to produce an aerial view of any location in the world and operates in portrait mode. First type in the location of your event, or use the voice recognition feature on your keypad, and zoom into it’s exact location. Next tap the perimeter outline of the area you want to study, then use the slider to select a light, medium or dense factor for the number of people you see. Press Done and that’s it. The approximate number of people within your perimeter is presented. You can clear the calculation and the perimeter you just drew by shaking the device if you want to produce a new calculation.

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Outdoor Events

Estimate the number of people at demonstrations, rallies, concerts and plan for out door parties.

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Parks & Recreation

Estimate the amount of sod required to cover playing fields and golf course fairways and greens.

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Habitat

Estimate the areas of wetlands and drainage areas along lakes, rivers and shorelines or the numbers of birds and animals in an area.

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Property

Estimate farmland under production, building lot sizes and areas to be cleared or landscaped.

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Construction

Estimate the area of building roof tops, street paving and parking lots.