Citilog is deploying its XCam-td video sensors at Topaz service stations in Ireland. The company, together with its local Irish distributor, Carra, will provide Topaz with an efficient and user-friendly traffic data collection solution, in order for it to gather traffic data at the entrances, and at multiple locations on roads leading to, its service stations. This will provide Topaz with accurate traffic counts and comparison data on vehicles traffic passing and entering its service station. The company operates over 300 facilities across Ireland, which makes it the country’s largest network of service stations.
Citilog has extensive experience in the deployment of reliable traffic data collection systems worldwide, including 100 measuring points around Valencia in Spain. The company will be providing its XCam-td video sensor for traffic data collection, while Carra has developed the turnkey out-station system, which includes the power supply and data collection, together with the back-office system to provide traffic data access. The XCam-td low power consumption requirements are supplied by solar panels connected to a battery pack. Wireless data communications has been achieved via a GSM digital cellular system, in order to facilitate flexible deployment in remote locations. The entire system is hosted by Carra’s Event Management and Maintenance System (CEMMS), which provides the internet interface, event alerting, real-time access to the traffic data, configuration management and supervision of the Citilog video sensors from any computer connected to the internet.
4 July 2012
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