Quenar intersection count reports on directional volume of traffic as it moves through a signalized or non-signalized junction. Also called a turning movement count (TMC). Our intersection count study tabulates number of left-turn, right-turn, u-turn and through movements for each approach.
movement volume (TMV) of a roundabout, detailing entry, circulating and exit flow rate for each roundabout leg, from origin to destination. This data can be used to determine capacity & performance efficiency of different approaches and roundabout as a whole.
Pedestrian count surveys collect useful data related to pedestrian traffic behaviour. They enable the identification of traffic volume, the time taken to cross the road, any obstructions, and the usage frequency of crossing infrastructure. The level or frequency of conflict between cyclists or pedestrians can also be determined through pedestrian counts.
Quenar extract pedestrian & bicycle junction turning counts for collecting turning movement data at pedestrian & bike specific locations. Junction count can include locations like a street corner, intersecting paths in park or retail store entrance.
Quenar Softech process video and extracts parking surveys traffic data including simple car park accumulation surveys to more detailed duration of stay surveys. Results can be tailored to meet client’s specific requirements.
Quenar Softech provides lane wise queue length traffic data. Our traffic data report includes minimum, maximum & sport queue lengths. VES are measured either in vehicles/PCU’s or distance from junction and can be recorded at various intervals.
Quenar Softech Number plate recognition or the ANPR system is a mass surveillance method involving the capture of images to enable the manual reading of vehicle registration plates manually. The images collected through number plate recognition involve large volumes of data which we arrange, sort and analyse to translate them into meaningful data points for your business.
Quenar Softech link classified counts data report, measures total vehicle volume and classification, typically over 24-hour, 48-hour and 7-day time periods. This report delivers lane-by-lane traffic flow for up to 12 lanes of bi-directional traffic & is useful for average daily traffic counts. You collect video – we process video!
Quenar Softech ourney time or travel time surveys are done using portable GPS units installed in survey vehicles. Data collection is possible through travel time surveys at pre- determined locations. It depends largely on the number of moving vehicles and can also relay information relating to queue times at each feature, such as signalled junctions. The GPS data is downloaded when the precise OSGR location of the back of the queue (determined via a significant reduction in speed) and the time of passing the agreed timings point are shown.