Bike count : manage the safety of cyclists
Bike counting on bicycle routes can be very important. Icoms Detections designed a sensor specifically designed for bike count such as to gather quantitative measurements of bicycle path usage. With this overview, you can easily adapt the arrangements aimed at the safety of bicycle lane users.
You can install this device either temporarily or permanently, depending on whether you wish to carry out a one-off measurement of cycle traffic or to make it a permanent counter.
Why should you count the bikes?
Several aspects are interesting in bike count. You can first measure the use of bicycle lanes. This is useful for checking that the tracks are adapted to the flow of cyclists and possibly planning arrangements. The device also measures speed. This is important for several reasons. Indeed, it makes it possible to set up appropriate security arrangements. This is especially necessary when bicycle paths are frequented by both conventional bicycles and fast two-wheelers, such as electric-assisted bicycles or motorcycles.
The advantages of the bike count device: TMA-3B3
The bike count unit designed by Icoms Detections is very accurate. During peak hours, the TMA-3B3 is able to count two-wheelers with 98% accuracy, even if the bicycle lanes are two-way and frequented by groups of cyclists. A real asset, valid day and night.
It also does not require any maintenance. Once installed, it is ready to use and does not require any calibration. It is easily movable which allows you to measure the frequentation of cycle lanes at different locations successively. Its small size and ease of installation mean there is no need for civil works, saving you time and money.
Finally, the data is communicated in near real-time to the server thanks to the 3G or 4G network. Your data on two-wheeled traffic is therefore easily accessible online, wherever and whenever you want.
Icoms Detections also manufactures other products for road traffic management such as traffic analyzers, bicycle counters and sensors for traffic light management, to name a few examples.