HC8 Hand-Held Traffic Data Collection System
HC8 manual logger: Palm-sized precision
Traditional manual surveys can be difficult to set up, difficult to monitor and difficult to analyse. The HC8 System cuts through all these problems as it combines the accuracy of electronically synchronised data collection with the flexibility of manual surveys.
- Accurate and reliable counts can be performed with ease
- Tactile feedback to ensure accurate and efficient input
- Instant results allows faster decisions to be made
- Easy-to-use resulting in few errors
- Electronically synchronised data
- Fast and simple set up
- Automatic validation to improve data quality
- Easy-to-use analysis and presentation software
The set-up software is PC-based and easy to use and can support a wide range of survey options. The HC8 has been designed by a traffic engineer for daily use and each unit is shock -proof and tamper-proof. It is designed with a high level of tactile and audible feedback so that the enumerator can use the device without looking at it. Most intersections, vehicle types and turning movements are accommodated.
The Interface rack charges all the loggers and ensures that the clocks are all synchronised. It is then used to transmit all the survey details to each logger. When the survey is complete, the rack is used to retrieve the data.
The software enables powerful analysis of; Passing counts, including flow rates by time, vehicle types or groups; Turning movement surveys and also origin and destination surveys.
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