Traffic Supervisor

Traffic Supervisor is a complete solution for detailed traffic analysis. It is made up of in-ground wireless sensors to count vehicles and a LoRaWAN Central Unit to process data coming from the sensors.

The sensors give the exact time of each passage. The Central Unit acquires traffic data and starts processing. Then, information is sent to a LoRaWAN network server at scheduled time intervals from 2 to 60 minutes.

Traffic Supervisor can be set to work in 3 different modes to fit every situation. An online dashboard displays traffic data on a LoRaWAN application server.

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Mode 1
Using two sensors for each lane, the system is able to count vehicles, classify them by length and determine the speed of each transit. It also detects cars driving in the wrong direction.

Mode 2
Using three or more sensors for each lane, the system is able to count vehicles, classify them by length and determine the speed of each transit in stop-and-go traffic.

Mode 3
Using two sensors for each lane, the system is able to count vehicles and detect the direction of travel in alternate one-way roads.

COMPONENTS

SKY LIGHT SENSOR

It’s a solid, accurate wireless sensor. It is designed to resist the stress of heavy traffic on the roads and of weather conditions.
Sky Light Sensor works with a combination of three detection technologies, coming from a patented ambient light sensor, an infrared sensor and a magnetic sensor. A strong algorithm guarantees extreme accuracy and eliminates possible errors. Maintenance and installation operations will be quick and easy, using common construction tools. This is thanks to an additional external case where the sensor is placed.
Sky Light Sensor is powered by a long life battery. If it starts to run out after several years of intense use, Nabla Quadro offers a battery replacement service to guarantee the longest product life.

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CENTRAL UNIT

The Central Unit is a device that receives data from wireless traffic sensors and makes data processing in real time. Depending on the configuration, the Central Unit sends specific traffic data to a LoRaWAN server at scheduled time intervals. When receiving data, the Central Unit uses a proprietary radio protocol at 868 MHz. When sending data to the network server, the communication is via LoRaWAN radio.
The Central Unit is powered by long life batteries and is placed in a waterproof box, since it is installed outdoor.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Sending alarms when the system detects traffic jams

Providing traffic information to drivers, using variable message signs or mobile apps on their smartphones

Keeping track of trends to manage and predict traffic flows

Detect the direction of travel in alternate one-way roads

Monitoring the composition of the traffic flow (cars, buses and trucks, urban trains) in specific points of interest

Detect the direction of travel in alternate one-way roads

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