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Passenger Counting Systems - Articles and news items

Case Study: Eurotech helps Stony Brook University track student transport

Whitepapers  •  4 April 2014  •  Eurotech

Eurotech has provided an automatic passenger counter and edge controller to Stony Brook University for their Smart Transit system. Powered by Eurotech technology, SBU Smart Transit is a Global Positioning system that tracks real-time bus and shuttle location and passenger occupancy campus-wide

Whitepaper: Accurate passenger and people counting with stereoscopic vision technology

Whitepapers  •  4 April 2014  •  Eurotech

In this whitepaper, Eurotech discuss how new technology is changing the transportation industry at a rapid pace, improving the ride for passengers and simplifying management tasks for transit operators.

Case Study: Counting passengers via the cloud

Whitepapers  •  4 April 2014  •  Eurotech

In this case study, Eurotech provides a cloud based automatic passenger counting (APC) system for TEB, a tramways operator running the busy line from Bergamo to Albino in Italy.

An interview with Eurotech webinar speaker David Barrett-Hague

Industry news  •  12 March 2014  •  Eurotransport

Eurotransport caught up with David Barrett-Hague at Eurotech and had a chance to ask him a few questions about Eurotech and the recent people counting webinar.

Automatic passenger counting systems for public transport

Issue 6 2010  •  15 December 2010  •  Ivano Pinna, Bruno Dalla Chiara, Francesco Paolo Deflorio Transport Engineering, Politecnico Di Torino and Francois Mbarga Bessala, Industry Professional

This article describes and compares new technologies for the automatic counting of passengers on both rail and road vehicles, highlighting their advantages and issues, with general indications on their respective levels of outlay. It also deals with monitoring systems for weigh-in-motion, used as an indirect measurement of the passengers on-board1.

Nowadays, passenger counting operations are often developed on surveys, throughout the territory and using manual procedures: even though these may be capable of providing highly accurate values, which can be taken as a reference point in analysing the precision of the automatic systems, the manual procedures are not usually homogeneous in surveys, since they inevitably depend on the operator who performs them and may also be influenced by the time of the day – early morning versus the last hours of the day – and by a repetitive task.

 

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