By specializing exclusively in bike and pedestrian applications, they have developed the most innovative, quality systems available on the market. Their products are each designed for different counting needs and deployed all over the world: from remote hiking trails to the bike lanes of New York City.
Eco-Counter are innovators not imitators, and lead development of pedestrian and cycling monitoring for both urban and natural areas.
“This year’s Intertraffic Amsterdam Innovation Award competition saw a very high number of entries in the Safety category. Many constitute important improvements of existing products, whilst others could be labelled ‘cross-overs’ as they incorporate smart traffic elements. The nominees include a non-threatening, easy to operate radar device that can be used in community traffic safety efforts, a dynamic system to provide safe speeds for crossing pedestrians, and a next-generation LiDAR smart camera.”
Jury chairman Peter van der Knaap, Managing Director – SWOV, Institute for Road Safety Research