Public Transit Tracking

Passenger counter: For all mass transit units, including those with low capacity. Small, light and easy to install. Integrated to GPS tracker and a platform, it allows counting the number of passengers that board the unit in the different points, as well as the handling of all the traditional functions of the GPS trackers, such as location, panic alarm, geofences, engine shutdown, etc.

Public visibility: Users watch from a smartphone the location of the nearest units that cover different routes.

Route reporting: Registers and shows the time passage of the units by different checkpoints.

Photographic cameras: For greater security and control. Capture images from inside the unit.

Passenger counter:

  • Leading edge technology. Uses modern ultrasound sensors to detect the passage of passengers.
  • Compact. Small and light. Dimensions 10cm X 5cm X 2.5cm and weight of 150 grams.
  • Economical. Connects directly to the GPS tracker. Does not require additional devices.
  • Plataform integrated. It incorporates passenger counting as an additional function of the platform. Both GPS tracker and platform allow the handling of all the typical functions such as location, panic alarm, geofences, engine shutdown and others.

Public visibility: From any smartphone or computer you can obtain the location of the nearest units that cover different routes. Our system reports a list of the closest units, including the exact time it entered or left the last checkpoint and the distance between the unit and the user. Additionally you can display a map that shows the location of the user and the unit.

Route reporting: Daily reports that show the time in which each of the units passes through the different control points. These reports can be adapted to the particular needs of the clients. Additionally, we offer an API for those clients that require programmatic access to data.

Photographic cameras: Automatically captures color images of 320 X 240 pixels each time a relevant event occurs or the vehicle passes through any of predefined checkpoints.

Passenger Counter: The use of modern ultrasonic technology sensors enables the detection and counting of passengers in a more economic and efficient way than with traditional devices.

  • Profitable. Its simplicity of use and low cost make it profitable for both individual owners and organizations with many units.
  • Easy instalation. Its dimensions and low weight allow it to be used in a variety of massive transit units, including the smallest ones. It can be installed by the same technicians who install GPS tracking devices.
  • Accurate counting. Allows real time monitoring. The counter can be accesed remotely at any time. Manages anti-fraud mechanisms. Generates blocking alarms by text messages.

Public visibility: Knowing the time when a mass public transport unit will reach a certain point helps users to better manage their time. It allows them to approach the stop or meeting point in a timely manner, which saves them time that can be used in other activities.

Route reporting: Maintaining an orderly flow of the units is very important for route managers. Units that are ahead or fall behind of schedule, in addition to lowering the quality of service, could take part of the revenue of other units drivers. These reports show the daily performance of each unit. Checkers are no necessary anymore.

Photographic cameras: In addition to obtaining images to count the number of passengers at each checkpoint, it is a deterrent to the commission of crimes in the transport unit.