Our passion, expertise, and extraordinary customer service have made us the world leader in active user monitoring systems. More than 8000 counting systems have been installed in 48 countries. Eco-Counters are counting right now in Sydney, San Francisco, Mont-Saint-Michel, Santiago de Chile, and Yosemite National Park.
With offices in France and Canada and more than thirty distributors and local partners means Eco-Counter has a truly global network. Our passionate and skilled people are committed to providing the best customer service world-wide.
The Boston Globe presenting our new Eco-Totem installed in Cambridge!
“Without robust data, well, bicycling really just doesn’t count.” How true!
The expansion of the Network of Bike Counters in Washington State (USA) on Washington Bikes’ website.
Getting cyclists back on the road in Utsunomiya
Netherlands, Denmark and… Japan. In terms of number of cyclists, Japan is ranked third in the world. Thanks to its bicycle lane network? Not quite. With only 2,000km of bicycle lanes across the country, here is a true Japanese paradox.
Unveiling the first Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index.
Ever wondered how has bicycle use progressed globally? This is a very difficult question to answer. However, drawing on a database of 1196 counters across 29 countries, counting 218 million cyclists, Eco-Counter has developed an effective response.
A video to sum up all there is to know about MULTI Counters and the way to use it to monitor bike and pedestrian activity on trails!