Our sophisticated in-house built mini HD CCTV cameras are technologically advanced, and allow us to undertake and provide in-depth data and analysis.
These cameras are capable of providing continuous real-time recording in full HD, and with over 500 of them to deploy on any given project, we are capable of undertaking the largest scale of survey, even at short notice.
The camera units are fully self-contained and attached at the top of the lighting column. There are no pavement based units to cause trip-hazards in compact locations, or obvious units to potentially impact on typical junction performance.
The cameras can be used to provide detailed recordings of any types of traffic, pedestrian, cycle, queue length, stop-line delay, saturation flow survey, however this list is not exhaustive.
The footage can then be provided on a hard drive to the client, to allow any further analysis or verification to be undertaken at any point in the future.
All of these units have also been certified for travel on commercial flights, therefore expanding our current client base from the UK and Ireland, into mainland Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and Australia.
Adverse weather conditions have no effect on our sturdy camera units thus allowing us to undertake surveys in any climates, ranging from sub-zero in the UK winter, to over 40C in the Middle Eastern summer.
Our camera units can be raised to 30 feet, this can provide both the enumerator and the client with an exceptional view of a junction that previously could not have been obtained, resulting in a higher accuracy of survey results.
The camera units have a huge array of uses including junction counts, queue lengths, saturation flow surveys, and rail surveys. We are also able to use them to film Car Journey Time Surveys.
Further uses include deploying them on cycle surveys, bus lane surveys, and bus passenger surveys.
Furthermore they can be used on pedestrian counts both indoors and outdoors. We have filmed pedestrian movements ranging inside and outside of Euston Station and The Natural History Museum in London, to within Singapore General Hospital.