Traffic Technology Ltd launches upgraded pedestrian and cyclist count data platform

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UK company Traffic Technology Ltd (TTL) has updated its online pedestrian and cyclist count data analysis platform, with the launch of the Eco-Visio 5 version, and has also opened a new service center for traffic monitoring equipment.

TTL’s Eco-Visio is a unique cloud-based online platform that is specifically designed to analyze pedestrian and cyclist count data. Information from users’ counters is stored on the company’s server so it is secure, backed-up, and accessible at all times.

The Eco-Visio platform enables local authorities and other users to easily manage their counting points, explore collected data, perform the most basic to the most complex analysis, and create and edit professional reports.

The company says the upgraded version of the platform is sleeker, interactive and packed with new features, with the new Eco-Visio 5 able to present count data in the form of easy-to-use interactive dashboards, easily accessible from a smartphone, tablet or computer. This update enables users to save preferred data analyses, such as hourly pedestrian profiles or peak day, and access them automatically with each login.

Preferred data analyses are saved and automatically updated daily. Users can easily share dashboards and reports with partners, while dozens of data analysis modules (widgets) are included for dynamic data visualizations.

“Eco-Visio’s many functions have been designed to facilitate work and help users get the most out for their data with a few simple clicks,” said Richard Toomey, TTL’s managing director. “The Eco-Visio 5 takes this several steps further by allowing users to share dashboards and reports.”

A leading supplier of advanced vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic monitoring and counting technologies, road safety equipment, and other transportation services, TTL has recently launched a new service center at its offices in Buckinghamshire, with the aim of providing traffic, transportation and road safety practitioners with a first class one-stop shop for their servicing and repair needs.

Headed by a dedicated service manager, the purpose-built laboratory is staffed by experienced technicians and boasts the latest diagnostics instrumentation. Technicians are able to service both CA Traffic and Clearview Traffic equipment, with other manufacturers’ products due to be added in the coming months. The company operates an online RMA management system, which logs, tracks and updates clients on the progress of the returned item.

Equipment currently serviced include CA Traffic products such as loop profiler, loop recorder, speed length classifier, bicycle recorder, Juniors, Tidy Tips, Minuteman, EVR, simple and clever SID and the Mk 1 radar recorder, while Clearview Traffic products include M660 products (SPLD and HPLD, tube, piezo and WIM), M665 (TMU), M680 products (SPLD and HPLD), M720, HC8, M420/M400, M120 cards and M500 radar.

Toomey commented, “Many UK traffic counter manufactures are no longer supporting their legacy equipment, leaving transportation engineers no option but to purchase new equipment. We intend to reduce their costs by servicing both legacy and new equipment.”

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Adam joined the company in 1994, and has been News Editor of TTT since 2009. In his other role as Circulation Manager, he helped create the original Traffic Technology International distribution list 23 years ago, and has been working on it ever since. Outside of work, he is a keen fisherman, runs a drumming band, and plays an ancient version of cricket.

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