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The aim of this thesis was to create a system for traffic data acquisition based on inductive loops built within the roadway. The first part of the thesis involves development of an inductive loop detector for sensing whether a car is above the inductive loop. The second part comprises the realization of a device, which employs inductive loop detectors, for measuring speed and length of vehicles. The device logs the vehicle data, and transfers it to a server via a GPRS connection. The last two parts deal with implementation of a server application for receiving and saving remote data from stations to the database, together with a web interface for showing statistical information and charts about stations and their traffic.
 
The aim of this thesis was to create a system for traffic data acquisition based on inductive loops built within the roadway. The first part of the thesis involves development of an inductive loop detector for sensing whether a car is above the inductive loop. The second part comprises the realization of a device, which employs inductive loop detectors, for measuring speed and length of vehicles. The device logs the vehicle data, and transfers it to a server via a GPRS connection. The last two parts deal with implementation of a server application for receiving and saving remote data from stations to the database, together with a web interface for showing statistical information and charts about stations and their traffic.
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* '''Macháček Miroslav''', mailto:mirek.machacek@seznam.cz
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* '''Kutil Michal''', mailto:kutilm@fel.cvut.cz
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* '''TARANIS INVEST, s.r.o''', web: http://www.taranisinvest.com

Revision as of 12:50, 5 May 2010

Automatic Traffic Counter

Author: Macháček Miroslav

Diplomové práce 2009

330 dp.gif

The aim of this thesis was to create a system for traffic data acquisition based on inductive loops built within the roadway. The first part of the thesis involves development of an inductive loop detector for sensing whether a car is above the inductive loop. The second part comprises the realization of a device, which employs inductive loop detectors, for measuring speed and length of vehicles. The device logs the vehicle data, and transfers it to a server via a GPRS connection. The last two parts deal with implementation of a server application for receiving and saving remote data from stations to the database, together with a web interface for showing statistical information and charts about stations and their traffic.