How Analytical Cameras can Monitor Cycles and Pedestrians
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How you can use analytical cameras to monitor cycles and pedestrians?

Understanding traffic flows and pedestrian movements can aid in facilites management.

Identifying and understanding pedestrian and cycle movements is a valuable tool for facilities and infrastructure management and planning. The most common applications of people and traffic counting is in retail, leisure, travel routes, and urban, business or recreational environments.

The need today for infrastructure and buildings to provide a safe, functional place for people to live and work is increasing. By tracking people, traffic and cycle flow, systems can cater for – and even respond to – the users’ needs, while helping them move and work more efficiently and sustainably. Enabling things such as measuring commute times to indicate possible congestion and transportation effectiveness create valuable data sets for both management and commuters.

Understanding traffic flows and pedestrian movements can aid in facilities management
Understanding traffic flows and pedestrian movements can aid in facilities management

Understanding traffic flows and pedestrian movements can aid in facilites management.

Identifying and understanding pedestrian and cycle movements is a valuable tool for facilities and infrastructure management and planning. The most common applications of people and traffic counting is in retail, leisure, travel routes, and urban, business or recreational environments.

The need today for infrastructure and buildings to provide a safe, functional place for people to live and work is increasing. By tracking people, traffic and cycle flow, systems can cater for – and even respond to – the users’ needs, while helping them move and work more efficiently and sustainably. Enabling things such as measuring commute times to indicate possible congestion and transportation effectiveness create valuable data sets for both management and commuters.

Analytical cameras add metadata layers in video to help create safer environments.

Analytical cameras add metadata layers in video to help create safer environments.

IoT and sensor-driven technologies that feature in precision analytical video cameras play a vital role in people, cycle and traffic monitoring. Video analytics act as the ‘brains’ of the monitoring system, using metadata layers to add sense and structure to captured video footage. This enables cameras to understand what they’re seeing and alert if there are issues or threats
the moment they happen. Standard alarm rules and tasks are set, according to a wide range of criteria from objects within, entering or leaving an area, to those crossing a route or loitering. It also makes it possible to retrieve the right footage from hours of stored video instantly and analyse the scene by providing different statistics.

Advanced features such as intelligent tracking, video analytics when moving, metadata fusion, fire-based video detection, geolocation, tamper detection, forensic search and more, can provide valuable data to aid in critical decision making. All data is available from an easy to use dashboard accessible from any connected device including mobile.

Adroit facilities monitoring solutions are used for:

Event Management

Event management

Building management

Building management

Cycle counting

Cycle counting

Pedestrian counting

Pedestrian counting

Our most popular facilities monitoring kits

ADROIT TRAFFIC ANALYSIS KIT

ADROIT TRAFFIC ANALYSIS KIT

ADROIT TRAFFIC ANALYSIS SOLAR KIT

Adroit Traffic Analysis Solar Kit
For more information about Adroit facilities monitoring solutions contact us now.

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