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MobiliSis shows MagSense 3DTC controller at Intertraffic Istanbul


MobiliSis unveiled its MagSense 3DTC controller at Intertraffic Istanbul 2015, held on May 27-29, 2015. The MagSense 3DTC features an integrated UMTS modem and embedded SIM card. It is easy to set up and compatible with previous generation. Setting up parameters can be done directly on the device or via PC. Parameters include the number of detection loops, sensitivity and operation mode.*

The MagSense magnetic field sensor system is perfectly suitable to count vehicles on ramps and at cross-sections of car parks and underground parking facilities. 70 measurements per second even allow to measure speeds of up to 220 km/h in outdoor areas.

MagSense detects the passing vehicles through the carriageway, which means that the sensors can be mounted on the roof of the parking level underneath, in case of parking garages. Data transmission can directly be linked to dynamic signposting or to a parking management system.

MagSense is a very powerful magnetic field sensor for passenger car parking space detection. MagSense cannot only detect and count accurately the number of vacant parking spaces, MagSense can also help you to identify automatically parking offenders who block valuable parking space on your customer parking facility. The sensors can tell whether a car is present, absent or has over-stayed its allotted time.

Since the sensors only react to ferromagnetic material, influences like passing pedestrians, dirt and wind do not affect the accuracy of detection.

For more information, please visit the Mobilisis company profile.

*Via: ITSInternational.com


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