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System Installation & Data Collection

Infodev's people counting systems are easily installed in the vehicles. Very little wiring is necessary. The only drilling required is for cabling, and becomes hidden once the equipment is installed. Our qualified technicians can install your APC systems or train your own personnel to do so. It takes between one-half and a whole day to install a counting system in a bus; it may require more time in a train or a ferry boat.


Basic system installation:

Basic installation schematics for a passenger counting system

The basic passenger counting system is comprised of 3 elements:

  • The directional counting sensors are installed above the doors and detect people passing under them. Our counting sensors also detect direction.
  • The on-board computer is the backbone of the passenger counting system: it receives signals from the sensors, saves the counting data and transfers it.
  • The Data-Collector is a hand-held device that connects to the on-board computer to extract its data. It can also be used to upload new configuration or software when necessary.


Basic data collection method:

Once data has been extracted from the vehicle's on-board computer, it can be transferred to the database. To do so, all there is to do is plug the Data-Collector in the computer's serial port. Infodev's utilities detect the Data-Collector and extract its data. The data is then imported into the database and available for report production through our web-based report tool. Scroll down for more data collection methods.

VEHICLE INSTALLATIONS

Infodev's passenger counting system can be installed on any type of public transit vehicle:

DATA COLLECTION CONFIGURATIONS

Infodev offers many different ways to get your passenger counts, from manual data collection to completely automated wireless networks:

  • Manual data collection is the simplest way to get the data from your vehicles to your computer.
  • Infrared modems make data collection automatic.
  • Radio modems offer a wider range than infrared modems, allowing for more flexibility in data collection.