TRAFx counting equipment is for government agencies and organizations who manage public lands, parks, and infrastructures. Our current designs are the result of over ten years of steady refinement and improvement. A TRAFx counting system consists of the following:
TRAFx Vehicle Counter
This innovative, reliable, compact vehicle counter uses an aerospace-quality magnetometer, and advanced embedded software, to detect passing vehicles.
Passenger cars can be counted from up to 8 metres (26 feet) away, allowing coverage of two lanes from a roadside installation. Roadside installations are safer and easier to access than mid-lane ones. If the unit is buried at the roadside, no road cuts or special tools are required. The counter’s detection range is user-programmable, and can be adjusted for single lane or two lane counting (read more...)
Put the above TRAFx Vehicle Counter into Bike mode to count bikes on paths and trails.
TRAFx Infrared Trail Counter
The TRAFx Infrared Trail Counter counts people — walkers, hikers, joggers, inline skaters, horseback riders, cyclists, etc. — on trails, paths and sidewalks. It senses and detects the infrared wavelength that people emit.
Unlike other trail counters, it does not require a receiving unit or reflector to operate. This results in a very compact, unobtrusive design, that reduces risk of vandalism. The TRAFx Infrared Trail Counter also works well in winter conditions on snowshoe, ski and snowmobile trails. It uses three standard “AA size” alkaline batteries and has very long battery life. (read more...)
The TRAFx Dock is an integral and essential part of a TRAFx counting system, used for configuring and downloading counters. Features of the G4 Dock include:
TRAFx DataNet is a comprehensive web-based solution to view, analyze, manage and present your TRAFx data. Used by over 1000 government organizations worldwide, and reflecting a decade of development, DataNet is key to a successful, efficient and effective counting project. The TRAFx System Package includes a 5 user/5 year plan for it.
Here are some of DataNet’s highlights:
Over 1,000 organizations use DataNet including:
|US Forest Service|
|US Bureau of Land Management|
|US National Parks Service|
|US Army Corps of Engineers|
|US Department of Fish and Wildlife|
|Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission|
|Government of British Columbia|
|East Bay Regional Parks District|
|Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service|
Because DataNet is web-based, you do not have to wait for your IT department to install it and you always have access to the most recent version.
How does DataNet fit in? After you have retrieved data from counters in the field and you are back in your office, you upload the data files (including Shuttle files) from your PC to DataNet.
DataNet is a smarter way to view and manage your data. To test drive DataNet click below.
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