traffic recorder

traffic recorder

[′traf·ik ri‚kȯrd·ər]
(engineering)
A mechanical counter or recorder used to determine traffic movements (hourly variations and total daily volumes of traffic at a point) on an existing route; the air-impulse counter, magnetic detector, photoelectric counter, and radar detector are used.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"ED-137/4B defines inter-operability standards for the next generation VoIP Air Traffic Recorder. These next generation recorders are specially designed for all traffic control towers and centers to simplify the recording, archiving, and playback of voice communications."
The trail counts were gathered with Eco-counter pneumatic tubes, and the counts on the Lance Armstrong Bikeway were gathered using an automatic traffic recorder (ATR) developed by Eco-counter that uses inductive loops to count passing bicycles.
Drivers on Interstate 5 traveling through Eugene and Springfield will experience periodic evening lane closures today and Tuesday as contractors for the Department of Transportation install conduits for an automatic traffic recorder for the Willamette River replacement bridge.
Internet traffic recorder Hitwise has reported that following the launch of the fourth series of the TV show, the official Big Brother web site has become the 34th most visited online destination in the UK.
Hourly factors were generated from the hourly volumes provided or from an automatic traffic recorder (ATR) nearby.
Minister without Portfolio Wu Tze-cheng said the curved area had a radius of 300 meters and had a set speed limit of 75 kph, but according to data from the traffic recorder, the train was hurtling at 140 kph, with the ATP system disabled, reported Apple Daily.