Making every road user count

Miovision provides reliable, accurate traffic data collection for operations, engineering, and planning teams - including turning movement counts, volumes, and classification.

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Multimodal by default

More than just vehicles, Continuous Counts provides pedestrian and cyclist data by movement and direction.

Permanent traffic studies

Data is the first thing you need and the last thing you want to worry about. With accurate, real-time, and continuous data always at your fingertips, you can focus on what matters.

Granular data and advanced study types

With volumes, classification, movements, and more, this data can be used for both high-level planning and detailed engineering projects.

Secure, historical data hosting

Make great decisions without studies being affected by an event, accident, or unusual pattern. All of your historical counts can be accessed and shared at any time, anywhere.

Multimodal by default

Counts both vehicles and vulnerable road users

Miovision has been producing data that traffic teams trust, since 2005. Classifications include:

  • Light Vehicles
  • Heavy Vehicles
  • Buses
  • Vehicles
  • Pedestrians
  • Cyclists*

*Cyclist counts are currently available to all customers in beta and will be generally available in spring 2021

Pedestrians crossing the street at an intersection in both directions, some pedestrians are standing on the sidewalk in the background and one car is in the intersection. Rectangular boxes with a blue outline appear around each pedestrian and the one car with the letters "ped" above the boxes around the pedestrians, and the letters "LV" above the box around the vehicle indicating this is a "light vehicles".

Permanent traffic studies

Never pay for a one-off traffic study again

From large scale planning to level of service studies, having access to the data you need can be challenging and expensive to collect. With always-on data collection, you will always have the counts you need.

  • Miovision AI-based algorithms are constantly learning to improve accuracy
  • Simple configuration that takes just minutes makes it easy to collect the data you need
An image showing the Continuous Counts dashboard that uses widgets to provide data such as: a total count of vehicles, total count of bicycles, total count of pedestrians, percentage of trucks in the total count, AM peak count, and PM peak count; a data visualization of the turning movements of vehicles and pedestrians through the intersection; and a bar graph to show the total vehicles by vehicle classification and AM, Midday, and PM peaks indicated with blue points.

Traffic studies

High-resolution data and advanced study types

TrafficLink Continuous Counts generates traffic studies to support better planning and design, including:

  • Turning Movement Counts
  • ATRs with classification
  • Lane-by-Lane volumes
  • Bike and pedestrian studies
An image showing the Continuous Counts configuration user interface showing recorded video from the intersection with a vehicle movement overlay track the movement of vehicles in through the intersection and label options to identify the types of movements (Left, Thru, Right, U-Turn) and the direction of movement (Northbound, Southbound, Eastbound, or Westbound).

Secure, historical data hosting

Fast and easy access to your data

Quickly compare week over week, month over month, or even seasonality within your traffic data. When you require data it is available anywhere you have an internet connection.

  • No need to maintain or build your own data warehousing
  • Sharing and API options allow you to easily share data with other systems and stakeholders within your city
An image showing the Continuous Counts user interface with a table that lists the locations where Continuous Counts has been enabled within a network and a map view with green pins to visually show where these locations are.