Airports, railway stations, exhibition centers or museums: around the world more and more public facilities are placing their trust in the custom-designed people counting systems provided by DILAX.
Following major renovation, the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar reopened at the end of 2007 with state-of-the-art security technology. One of the many high-tech systems installed in the building was a DILAX people counting system, which provides a continuous flow of visitor count data.
In 2008, the Lausanne public transport authority TL expanded its wide range of services with the new subway line “m2”. DILAX was chosen as the system supplier to outfit all of the subway stations on the new line with passenger counting systems. A data management system developed specifically for the customer allows for the measurement of passengers in real time. With the passenger count data it obtains, TL is able to adjust and optimize headways.
Westinghouse Rail Systems Limited (WRSL) commissioned DILAX to plan and implement one of the largest and most comprehensive passenger counting systems in North America. A specially developed passenger counting system makes it possible to precisely count 100,000 people every day, at 16 stations and over a distance of 19 kilometers. Canada Line went into operation in the second half of 2009, shortly before the scheduled Winter Olympic Games in 2010 in Vancouver.Around the world, numerous public transport firms, retail industry companies and public facilities trust the people counting systems provided by DILAX.Learn more about our solutions for people counting in the Public Transport sector and the Retail Industry.