Our Sensory Products
The 3D PassCount is an innovative embedded sensory solution with the operating principle based on Time of Flight (ToF) technique by using 19200 pixels (e.g 160x120 pixel resolution). The 90 degree field of view and up to 40 FPS perfectly matches demand of on-board vehicle deployment. The sensor has two InfraRed LEDs and the modulated IR waves are directed to the target objects need to be detected and the sensor detects the reflected IR component. By measuring the phase difference between the radiated and reflected IR waves the distance to the object can be calculated.
Thus the 3D PassCount sensor transforms the ToF positional data into a rich 3D image in real-time, including a grey-scale map, which is easily accessible for software analysis. The algorithm using full human body depth image to analyze passing through peoples height, head, shape and directions of motions.
Depth sensing is based upon standardized CMOS technology. The soul of whole sensor system is a dual core embedded Digital Signal Processor (DSP), where Core A handles depth image, and Core B host whole image processing application. Thanks to this as image processing is done already in the sensor.
High Counting Accuracy
Thanks to high resolution,
high FOV and sufficient FPS of 3D PassCount
sensors and well tested and proven image
processing technology subject to any lighting
and environmental conditions and regardless
of door height and width and passenger crowds,
independent of direction of motion of passengers.
It works in total darkness and sunshine.
Easy Installation and Compact Design
The footprint of sensor is only 104 x 63 x 45 mm (L x W x H)
and with pre-installable brackets installation time is shortened.
Not to speak about the fact that in case of WiFi solution no
cabling is needed, only plug into 24 DC power supply of sensors.
Flush mount version of enclosure is also available upon request.
Easy installation is also enhanced by user-friendly software
where parametrization could be even done through cloud as
all devices are accessible remotely.