Long-term and short-term study capabilities Permanent "in-cabinet" installation to ITS network or portable live-reporting capabilities
Limited investment, easy setup Surprisingly affordable industrial grade hardware with advanced report generation. Units are easy to set up with no special tools. One button startup.
Web-based configuration of study with easy Dashboard-based interface. Visual map reference for all operating boxes Easy "turn-on" and set up. Website integration allows intuitive project set up on your PC, iPad, or phone.
Wireless communication capabilities for command, control and data collection services Connects automatically to your BlueMAC website for realtime reports and calculations.
Each BlueMAC unit contains GPS and synchronizes with a common time reference for easy comparison of time and location Wireless communication, updates, and live reporting. Automatic GPS location for each unit's position.
Variety of power options: up to 20-day battery powered, solar / battery powered, or hard wired
21-day straight battery power for short term studies or site-to-site work.
Solar attached units for extended studies with auto "turn-up" from solar recharge.
Hard-wired units for extended or permanent installations in cabinets or pole mount.
Collect speed data on road sections where traditional sensors are impractical
Full suite of reports Call 503.224.2765 for complete listing or demonstrations.
BlueMAC reports conditions to the traffic operations center without expensive communications infrastructure
I thought you qould all appreciate the kudos from a very happy client. Thanks to the entire team for helping out with bluetooth, engineering support, and graphics help. Superb job.
— Peter Koonce from the City of Portland, September 2011
Why Bluetooth Data Collection
States have started passing laws prohibiting the use of hand held devices while driving, in turn creating a need for the standardization of Bluetooth capabilities in cell phones and automobiles. This general use of Bluetooth makes for opportunities to anonymously identify patterns of travel behavior. The data, when properly analyzed, can then be used to demonstrate, define, or provide travel behavior for traffic roadway and planning.