We are just two months away from Velo-City 2018 in Rio and are excited to unveil the fourth edition of our Worldwide Cycling Index. This index measures the overall progression of total bicycle traffic volumes by both country and city.
Do you collect count data with systems other than Eco-Counter and wish to be included in the Index? We can include external data in the Index calculation, but send us your bicycle count data before May 20th!
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As part of the opening ceremony for Intertraffic Amsterdam yesterday, Peter van der Knaap, chairman of the Intertraffic Innovation Award Jury, announced the contest winners.
And it is now official: the CITIX 3D, our latest counter, won in the category of ‘Traffic Management’!
Thank you to the jury for trusting Eco-Counter’s latest innovation & congratulations to all the nominees and winners! It is a huge accomplishment for our team who worked hard in the last five years to deliver this product.
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Only one week to go before Intertraffic Amsterdam! Intertraffic is the essential event for intelligent transport systems (ITS), taking place in Amsterdam between March 20 and March 25 2018. Eco-Counter will be there, featuring special events, an Innovation Awards ceremony and a product demo.
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CITIX-3D, Eco-Counter’s latest innovation, is a wide-range automatic counter capable of counting and differentiating pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles simultaneously. This unique technology – a result of 5 years of Research & Development in partnership with a top European Research Lab (CEA) and 15+ years of industry-leading expertise – has 6 international patents.
We are very proud to announce CITIX-3D has been nominated for the Intertraffic Innovation Awards 2018.
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Congratulations to all the nominees and winners of the 2nd Eco-Counter International Awards! Winners of each category were announced during Velo-City 2017. Read on to discover the projects chosen by our jury of international experts!
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We are just two months away from Velo-City 2017 in Nijmegen, and are excited to be unveiling the third edition of our Worldwide Cycling Index. This index measures the overall progression of total bicycle traffic by both country and city. To make sure your city makes it into the Index, send us your bicycle count data before May 12th!
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The story of Eco-Counter’s collaboration with Brisbane City Council Active Transport, the first Australian Council customer of the company. Providing accurate pedestrian and bicycle count data to the organization since 2009.
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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!
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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.
Continue reading Auckland’s Quay St cycleway opens, and the first Eco-TOTEM in New-Zealand goes live!
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.
So what makes it so popular?
Continue reading Real-Time Bike Displays: Why It’s Worth It