Icoms Detection TMA-3B3 Pedsestrian and bicycle counter

 

 

    Pedestrian and cycling counter installed near Bamber Bridge, Lancashire.

The Icoms Detections TMA-3B3 Radar / LIDOR is designed to collect and reports bicycle counts data on cycle lanes and paths. The non intrusive equipment can be mounted on existing street furniture. Data is then sent to the IDASO cloud.   The bicycle counter can be deployed on a temporary basis, or a more permanent solution can be delivered if required. The installation takes about half an hour, and setup is completed with a laptop to calibrate the TMA-3B3.

This particular site was installed in October 2019 and tests have shown that the battery and solar panal are up the job. The data is sent every half hour and a report can be viewed on the IDASO hosted platform. If you do not want to host the data it can be collected locally  can be exported as a CSV file to be used in a 3rd party system.

We have also developed a low cost cover to hide the radar / LIDOR unit which can be used in areas prone to vandalism.

TMA-3B3 pedestrian and bicycle counter installed with a solar panal

 

  The data that is collected is provides you with the date, time, direction, speed, and classification (pedestrian or cyclist).  This can hosted on the IDASO system where you have the option to produce a custom report including graphs, tables and weather conditions, or you can export to a CSV file.  

Further information can be found at https://ct-technologyinfo.com/radar-road-traffic-counters-classifiers/ or for the data hosting look at the IDASO website https://www.idaso.ie/core-login

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