More about Telraam
Telraam in a nutshell
The project started in March 2019 with a pilot study in Kessel-Lo. There, 100 residents carried out their own traffic counts using a specially developed low-cost sensor, Telraam, from their windows.
Citizen Science fills blind spots
Until now traffic counts have been a blind spot. Telraam is working actively to involve citizens and provide good traffic counts. Telraam handles the research work and the technology. Citizens supply the data. Participants find out about traffic in their street, and at the same time help the public authorities with good traffic counts. The data can be used to make infrastructure, traffic lights and traffic management plans more efficient and more effective.
Telraam is also a Team
You may wonder who is actually behind Telraam and what are these people working on now? In this article, we’ll give you a brief insight into what we are working on now: "Who's who at Telraam?"
Hieronder vind je twee documenten van Telraam, die je kunt downloaden en afdrukken.
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