Urbiotica Hardware U-Flow Smart Traffic Measurement Sensor

U-Flow Smart Traffic Measurement Sensor

Urbiotica
U-Flow Smart Traffic Measurement Sensor
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Perimeter Security & Access Control
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U-Flow is a battery-powered wireless traffic sensor which actively detects in real time the traffic volume, road occupancy and average travel speed of vehicles by road or lane; and it classifies them by sizes and by speed categories.
U-Flow is able to detect up to 10,000 vehices per day and dynamically adapt to changes in the traffic flow and types of vehicles on the road. The integration of the sensor to existing traffic management devices will offer a complete picture of the traffic status on the road.

The application of advanced decision algorithms to detect vehicles adapted to the traffic environment. There is no information processing in the sensor, helping to guarantee that its lifetime up to 10 years.

U-Flow can be installed in:

Urban streets.
Town accesses and exits.
Roads and express roads.
Entrances and exits of outdoor car parks.

It is easy and quick to install lasting approximately 10 minutes per sensor. It is wireless and requires minimum engineering work.
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