SLABs - Pedestrian Counter
- Completely undetectable foot traffic counter
- Measures direction of movement
- Installation in natural or artificial ground
- Waterproof IP68
- High autonomy: 10-year battery life
The SLAB system is a highly accurate pedestrian counter that is designed specifically for hiking trails. The SLAB is Eco-Counter's first counting technology and remains the most reliable and accurate system on the market. The SLAB is sensitive to micro-variations in pressure and therefore can detect footsteps with great precision. Up to eight SLABs can connect to a single counting system allowing for great flexibility and adaptability to varying trail widths.
- Turn-key solution
- Measures the direction of travel
- Seamless data transmission to our software
- Completely invisible
- Battery operated – 10-year battery life
- Works in all weather conditions
High Accuracy For Any Trail Width
The SLAB pedestrian counter is Eco-Counter's most scalable system. The system can consist of one to eight slab sensors, making the product adaptable to any trail width. In the case of wide, heavily-used paths, an array of SLABs make it possible to count several people at the same time while maintaining an extremely high accuracy.
Using two rows of SLABs it is possible to measure the direction of travel in addition to counting each user.
For hard-packed soil or soil susceptible to erosion, the SLAB can be delivered with a protective honeycomb overlay that stabilizes the soil and prevents the SLAB from being uncovered.
Installation available in artificial grounds
Installation Example - One-SLAB System
Dimensions: Length 50 cm (19.7’) / Width 60 cm (23.6’) / Thickness 1.6 cm (6.3’)
Weight: 4.5 kg (9.9 lbs)
Temperature Resistance: -40 °C /+40 °C (-40 °F / 104 °F)
Material: Polyvinyl Chloride
Covered Width: Up to 10 meters (39’)
SLAB Sensors are used to evaluate trends over time and to protect fragile natural areas on the European E4 trail, in the Mont Blanc Massif, on the Manitou Incline trail (USA), in Cyprus, and at the Ecrins National Park (France).