Armadillo®

Easily the most convenient traffic data gathering device on the market

Innovation

Armadillo® is a fully integrated multi-lane bidirectional traffic data gathering device. Featuring small size, no hassle field setup, non-intrusive sensing technology and long range wireless connectivity Armadillo ensures operational safety during installation and data retrieval.

Sensor

Proven Radar Technology

Built on rock solid foundation of our DC310 microwave sensor, Houston Radar's Armadillo® provides a turn key solution to your traffic monitoring needs. We packed a world class feature set in a small, portable and easy to deploy form factor.

Power Maximizer

  • 2+ Weeks Run Time On Batteries

Ultra low power consumption of our proprietary radar and Lithium Iron Phosphate rechargeable batteries allow over 2 weeks of run time. Optional MPPT solar charger efficiently charges the battery from a small 5 watt solar panel even in overcast conditions to keep it going year around.

Versatility

Aggregate Multilane Bidirectional Counting

Collect data in both directions in up to four lanes with single Armadillo device.

Bidirectional

One incoming and one outgoing lane with Armadillo mounted on the side.

Unidirectional

Two incoming lanes with Armadillo mounted on the side.

Extended Bidirectional

Two incoming and two outgoing lanes with Armadillo mounted in a median.

Geotagging

Optional GPS

With Geo-tagging option, users can move Armadillo® from location to location before downloading all data sets and be confident that every data set will be properly associated with its location.

Dimensions

Small Package, High Performance

At 3lbs (1.4 Kg), this lightweight system is easy to transport and can be deployed in minutes.

Software

Advanced Analysis and Reports

Unrestricted full featured data analysis software is included with every Armadillo® at no extra cost.

85th Percentile

Generate interactive percentile vs. speed "S" chart. Automatically determine 85th percentile speed.

Speed Histogram

Analyze at a glance speed distribution of the traffic. Filter data by date, inter-vehicle gap, etc.

Result Comparison

Plot weekly average speeds by hour and compare across multiple weeks to determine traffic patterns.