Our Pneumatic TUBE counter is the perfect solution for temporary (one-day to one-month) bike counting. The TUBE counter is extremely versatile (it can be used on- or off-street) and mobile (installation takes less than 30 minutes). The system uses a set of two tubes that are placed perpendicular to traffic flow along the pavement. The system simultaneously measures the speed of each user and the distance between the front and back wheels. With this information, the TUBE counter is able to distinguish bicycles from motorized vehicles in mixed traffic, extract directional data, and accurately count the number of cyclists in a group.
- Mobile: simple and quick installation
- Turn-key solution
- Measures the direction of travel
- Seamless data transmission
- Battery powered - 10 year battery life
- Works in all weather conditions
Selective Counting on Shared Road
Our Pneumatic TUBE system is perfect for this application as it can count cyclists in mixed-traffic with an extremely high accuracy. The system is a cost-effective solution for monitoring along an entire bike network since each counter can be deployed at 10-25 locations in a single year.
Precise for Groups of Cyclists
The system operates with high-precision, counting cyclists even in densely-packed groups. We provides a thinner (mini) tube for off-street applications. Mini-TUBES maximize cyclist comfort and reduce the cost of tube replacements.
Thanks to its unique design, the TUBE counter can house the complete counting system (logger, sensor and battery) in its stainless steel housing. The steel housing is vandal proof and the components inside are completely waterproof. The system has a ten-year battery life with manual Bluetooth data transmission. Like all of our counters, the TUBE counter wirelessly transfers data to the server where it can be easily accessed using Eco-Visio, our specialised online data analysis software. The TUBE counter, like all of our counters, is a complete turn-key solution.
Stainless Steal Box Bidirectional Pneumatic Tubes Counting on a Shared Road