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.
Water main break in Montreal on August 1st was a real-life opportunity to test again the waterproofness of our counters… and it’s a pass!
It is a milestone we always look at with great interest: 2 billion people were counted this year on July, 20th. The same figure was reached on Nov, 2nd in 2015. Counts are rising faster and faster one year after the other, because we install more and more counters, but also because people walk and cycle more and more too!
Auckland’s $2.18 million Quay Street new cycleway has opened on Friday 8 Jul 2016. This new section is significant to many levels, since it is the most recent and greatest achievement for Auckland’s increasing cycle network but also because it is the first section in New-Zealand featuring an Eco-Totem, our powerful communication tool.
Four years ago, we celebrated the very first Eco-TOTEM installed in Varberg, Sweden. Since then, Eco Counter has worked with cities all over the world to bring real-time bike displays to the public. Our product can now be found in over 20 different countries in 4 continents. But what makes it so popular?
To provide accurate counting data on the railway stations usage, the French state-owned railway company SNCF used pedestrian counters for various temporary counting projects.