How can I view and interpret my data?
You can go to the Telraam map on the Telraam homepage. On the map, your counting point is made visible as an active street portion (it appears in green if your camera is counting). The exact location of your Telraam (e.g. house number) is not shown. On the same map, you can also find the data of other counting points in your neighborhood or municipality.
After your first full day of counting, you will find your data there. If you have just installed your Telraam, it is important to know that the device will take some time to "calibrate" and that the first data will be potentially approximate. To learn more about it, you can click on the following link: "Telraam calibration".
Click on your street segment to see the data recorded during the last hour, then click again to get more complete data (they will appear on the right side of the screen). Do you want more data? Click on the "More data" button, at the bottom right of the screen, as you can see in the following short movie:
On this page, you will now have access to a variety of statistics related to mobility in your street segment. Let's go through them:
1. Statistics per time period
Here you can select a period of time using the two menus above the statistics. The data provided will tell you, by type of "vehicle", the numbers recorded during the requested period.
2. Overview per day
Here you will find the daily statistics of the last two weeks, again by type of vehicle. For more information on how to interpret the data, you can click on the following link: "If the recorded data seems surprising, you can click on the following link: "The data from my Telraam seems inconsistent. How can this be explained?".
3. Overview in detail
Here, for each day (remember that Telraam does not record during the night), you will be able to visualize the statistics hour by hour by passing your mouse over the different segments as in the small movie below:
As you go through the segments of the same day, you will notice that some time slots appear with the label "Poor quality". See here what this means: "Telraam indicates that some of the data have a "Poor Quality"? How to interpret it?"
4. Average per 24 hours
The next graph shows a comparative average made by compiling the daily data of your Telraam, again hour by hour and per type of vehicle. You can therefore see how many vehicles pass on average at each moment of the day in your street segment (whether it is during weekdays, weekends or globally).
5. Car speed
This graph shows the speed of cars observed by your Telraam in percentage and by speed range. The speeds are indicative. The measurements may differ from the actual speeds by up to 10%. More information on how to interpret these data can be found here.
6. Car speed v85
The V85 is a widely used indicator in the world of mobility and road safety, as it is considered to be representative of the speed that can reasonably be maintained on a road. To understand what the v85 is, see the following article: "What is the v85?".
7. 24h average per direction
This graph shows the traffic statistics in your street segment, but this time by traffic direction. As you can see the statistics are separated this time between those going "From A to B" and those going "From B to A". To identify which way it is, go to the top of this web page, your street segment is represented on a precise map and points A and B are indicated (as in the second picture below).
8. Percentage per type
In this graph, the percentage of data recorded by type of vehicle is shown in a general way, according to the period of time that you selected.
9. Telraam installations on this site
The last table on this page is simply the history of your Telraam. On the left are the dates when the Telraam was installed or reinstalled, then the status (active/non-active) and finally the type of vehicles that could be identified on your street segment in both directions (in this case, cars, bikes and pedestrians).
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We wish you a lot of fun consulting and analyzing this data!