From designing and manufacturing our first automatic traffic counter in 1991, we have consistently improved and developed new technologies to optimize traffic data collection.
Today, in addition to the industry’s device of choice – the RoadPod® VT, we offer a wide range of monitoring solutions.
| VT5900||Portable traffic counter with robust rubber tubes. Designed for short-term surveys on multiple locations or long-term data collection on low volume roads.|
| BT5926 ||Portable bike counter with sensitive, thin rubber tubes. Designed for short-term surveys on bike paths and on-road marked bike lanes.|
|MC5712||Portable tube counter designed for analysing traffic at pedestrian crossings, rail crossings, boom gates, etc. This counter synchronises traffic data with the traffic signals (e.g. red light) captured by an additional optical fibre channel.|
|MC5710||This piezoelectric system is ideal for major roads with heavy flow. While collecting axle data year-round, this counter is the solution to identify traffic patterns, seasonal variations, and assess infrastructure over time.|
|MC5720||Permanent bike monitoring system, making use of piezoelectric strips. The solution to ongoing monitoring of popular cycling routes for identifying traffic patterns, seasonal variations, and assessing infrastructure over time.|
| MC5805 |
|Permanent loop installations for long-term data collection. The MC5805 is designed for a simple count, recording just binned volumes from up to 4 lanes. For more detailed data, the MC5810 provides accurate information on volume, speed, and class, covering up to 2 lanes of traffic.|
MC Piezo Test
|MC5740||Testing unit to analyse piezo strip installations.|