Accurate traffic and vehicle monitoring solutions can assist with many issues faced by a council. High emission areas can be monitored to help understand the type and direction of traffic, and congested routes can be highlighted in real-time to allow for a response, amongst much more.
Using cameras and intelligent counting units, the vehicle traffic counting system achieves over 98% accuracy in all conditions: day and night in rain, sun and snow.
You can set the vehicle traffic detectors to count vehicles going straight on or turning.
One camera can cover several exits of a junction.
At four-way junctions, for example, the system provides multi-directional counts for vehicles turning north, south, east or west and coming from any direction.
The system detects and counts cars going through the counting zone.
The system is designed so that Traffic data is uploaded securely in real-time to web browsers: users can log in to their password-protected online accounts from anywhere.
There is no limit to the number of roads and junctions on which traffic can be counted using the scalable CCTV system.
Users can easily verify the vehicle counts simply by watching the video back and seeing the counts increase as the cars pass.
Counts can cover any period of time: the number of cars passing in each hour or each day for example.
Local video analytics minimises bandwidth use.It is simple to set up and non-intrusive.
No components need to be installed directly into the road surface and users can easily modify the zones through which vehicles are counted, from their office.
Local Video Analytics minimises Bandwidth Use.
The intelligent counting units analyse the CCTV pictures and upload the resultant counts wirelessly. The data is immediately made available over the internet.
All the video analytics processing is done locally by the counting units, ensuring that the bandwidth use is minimised.
Easy Set-Up of the Vehicle Traffic Counting System. During set-up, installers can log into the system from a web browser, view the CCTV footage and check the counts.
They can make adjustments via software choices to optimise the counts at each location and precisely configure the counting zone.