Profiling systems

SICK profiling systems measure, detect, classify, count, and check vehicles in 3D. They determine the number of axles on heavy goods trucks for vehicle classification and measure vehicle dimensions to rectify loading errors. The systems recognize overheated vehicles approaching tunnels and other entrances and activate diversions. They also monitor external train contours. If a limit value is exceeded, the system triggers an alarm. All this contributes to safety on roads and railroads.

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  • Highly precise vehicle classification and axle counting in all traffic conditions
  • Reliable in free-flowing and stop-and-go traffic
  • Detection of lane changers
  • Detection of up to 30 different vehicle classes
  • Time synchronization with external systems
  • Easy to install and commission
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  • Automatic and precise measurement of vehicle dimensions
  • Information about the measured vehicle via TCP/IP interface
  • Step-by-step configuration wizard for commissioning
  • 3D model of vehicle with colored oversize indication
  • Additional engineering support; e.g., integration into a higher-level system
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  • Additional axle counting
  • Data output as a point cloud
  • Data history of the last 50 vehicles detected in the user interface
  • TCP/IP interface for data transmission
  • Event logging and monitoring of system status
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  • Vehicle counting and classification in free-flowing traffic
  • Data output as a point cloud
  • Data history of the last 50 vehicles detected in the user interface
  • TCP/IP interface for data transmission
  • Event logging and monitoring of system status
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  • Fully-automatic detection of overheated vehicles
  • Adjustable alarm thresholds for various vehicle zones
  • 3D visualization of the vehicles
  • Can be extended, for example, to include the detection of license plates, hazardous goods plates or overheight
  • Data transmission via TCP/IP interface
  • All-weather LiDAR and infrared technology
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  • High-precision vehicle classification
  • Additional axle counting
  • Data output as a point cloud
  • Data history of the last 50 vehicles detected in the user interface
  • TCP/IP interface for data transmission
  • Event logging and monitoring of system status

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