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.
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.
I begin this article series to share with you a new adventure that we are living here at Eco-Counter, the implementation of Holacracy!
A little more than one year ago, we decided to make the company grow with an important first acquisition – Quantaflow, the premier French specialist in shopping center indoor counting.
This acquisition had two immediate consequences. First, the number of employees increased from 80 to 100 people. Second, the acquisition created a new role for me as I devote myself to this exciting new challenge.
I decided to entrust Enrico Durbano – previously Sales Manager – as the General Manager of Eco-Counter. Following this change, Enrico left for a few weeks to #INSEAD for the “Transition to General Management” training program.
With this new position, Enrico faced an important question: how should we manage the business to ensure the core values of kindness, autonomy, transparency and workplace happiness remain central, while continuing to make the business grow?
The answer is the implementation of Holacracy, a cultural movement towards structured, sustainable, ‘liberated’ companies. We are proud to participate in Holacracy and are excited to share with you in this article series where the movement has taken us!
Eco-Counter is proud to announce support for the League of American Bicyclists Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) program!
Last week, we reflected on 2017 by showcasing the top 5 highest-counting Eco-Display Classic bicycle counters in Europe for the year.
This week, we cross the pond and check out data from Canada and the United States. As always, you can explore daily-updated bike count data from around the world right on our website!
Here are the 2017 top-five Eco-Display Classic counters for North America!
Happy New Year from the Eco-Counter team!
We are excited for the year ahead and can’t wait to hear about your projects for the coming year. As we welcome 2018, let’s take a moment to reflect on the previous year by showcasing the top 5 Eco-Display Classic bicycle counters in Europe with the highest count data for 2017.
Did you know you can discover daily bike count data from around the world at any given moment on our website?
Now, without further ado…
Last week, we released Eco-Visio 5– the exciting new version of our online count data analysis platform – to Pro license users in North America. The feedback has been great and we have really enjoyed hearing how the new dashboards and widgets have been working for you.
One week in, it’s time to share 5 Eco-Visio tips to help you get the most out of your count data.
Following months of development and countless test sessions, Eco-Visio 5 – the exciting new version of our online count data analysis platform – is here today for Pro License users!
Simply login to your Eco-Visio account and you’ll have the option to try this new version.
Eco-Visio 5 is sleek, interactive and packed with new features designed with you in mind. Your count data is presented in the form of easy-to-use dashboards, accessible from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Updated every year since 1978 by a dedicated UNESCO committee, the World Heritage List designates a set of natural and cultural sites of exceptional interest to humanity.
The UNESCO committee designates monuments for extraordinary historical and heritage richness, while the natural parks are often classified based on their landscapes and exceptional fauna and flora.
In this context, the objectives for collecting, monitoring and analysing visitor numbers may vary. Counting visitors can track traffic trends and analyse the before and after impact of UNESCO classification, but also anticipate peak visitation and better preserve the site by limiting human impacts.
Here are 9 examples of World Heritage sites that count visitors.
Our new counter Mobile MULTI is now available! It is the ideal solution to count pedestrians and cyclists for temporary or mobile counting.