Vehicle Detection

The ability to reliably detect vehicles offers significant advantages for asset management, resource allocation, site safety and traffic control. Application needs and deployment requirements can be diverse, ranging from indoor, outdoor and partially protected deployments to in-ground, above-ground, and on-the-vehicle installations. Vehicle detection solutions from Banner Engineering utilize a range of sensing technologies to overcome these challenges and can be used with our wireless products to simplify deployments in large areas or where wired infrastructure is not practical or cost-effective. 

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  1. Shopping Center Directs Vehicles to Available Parking [Success Story]

    • High demand for parking spots create congestion and aggravation among customers • Wireless monitoring of parking spots • Competitive cost for large solution deployment • Very long battery life

  2. Measuring Turnout Time During Emergencies [Success Story]

    • Observe vehicles for reliable availability information • Differentiate between vehicles and people • Dispatchers monitor turnout time of fire trucks

  3. Vehicle Detection and Indication at Outdoor Docking Station

    • Detecting and signalling a truck's arrival at outdoor loading docks • Exposed to various weather conditions • Wireless communication

  4. Monitoring Arrival and Departure of Trucks at a Loading Dock

    • Outdoor truck detection at a loading dock • Harsh weather environment and ambient light • Extended sensing range

  5. Drive Thru Vehicle Detection and Monitoring Business Patterns

    • Count vehicles and track business patterns • Outdoor environment can create extreme weather conditions and ambient light • Rugged housing • Radar detection is immune to ambient light

  6. Electric Vehicle Detection at Charging Stations

    • Outdoor electric car charging stations • Identify correct cars are parked at charging stations • Alert officers if a vehicle needs to be removed

  7. Monitoring Traffic and Collision Avoidance of Ships at a Harbor

    • Track ships and control traffic • Collision avoidance and alert operators of arrivals and departures • Very long range in an outdoor setting

  8. Low-Power Consumption Vehicle Detection in an Automated Car Wash

    • Remain in low-power standby mode until vehicle is detected • Outdoor environment • Enclosed node with internal battery

  9. Detection and Indication of Vehicle Arrival at Loading Dock

    • Detection and notification of arrivals at a docking station • Outdoor environment • Not ideal for wiring

  10. Bank Drive-Thru Automobile Detection

    • Large moving or stationary vehicles • Outdoor environment with uncontrollable weather conditions • Rugged housing

  11. Vehicle Detection at Gated Community Exit

    • Automatically open gate when vehicle is detected • Minimal damage installation • Very long battery life

  12. Large Vehicle Detection at an Outdoor Loading Dock

    • Outdoor vehicle detection • Exposed to extreme weather conditions • Long sensing range

  13. Monitoring Railcar Wheels Wirelessly

    • Wheel monitoring system • Automatic push arm • Cannot run cables in harsh environment

  14. Vehicle Position in Automatic Car Wash with Extreme Environment

    • Position accuracy of vehicle • Extreme and fluctuating environment • Long-lasting solution

  15. Train Detection in Tunnels

    • Large train detection • Tunnels with high winds • Dirt, dust, and debris present

  16. STS Collision Avoidance

    • Protect expensive equipment • Dual detection zones that activate stop or warning signals • Immune to wind, rain, fog, ambient light, etc

  17. Delivery Truck Detection at an Outdoor Loading Dock

    • Detect trucks using shifts in the surrounding magnetic fields • Triggers light inside warehouse as an alert to signal truck's arrival • Withstands rough weather environments

  18. Car Wash Status Indication Inside Washing Area

    • Bright indication inside a car wash • Domed indicators with rugged housing • Resistant to water and temperature changes

  19. Loading Dock Sensor Monitoring and Indication of Truck's Presence

    • Indicate truck status and activate door with same device • Illuminated base for easy to see indication • No physical pressure needed to activate button

  20. Vehicle Detection in a Self-Serve Car Wash

    • Detecting the exit of cars to reset a timer • Recognizes shifts in the magnetic field inside the car wash • Made with rugged epoxy

  21. Remote Train Car Detection for Train Yard Mashalling

    • Remote monitoring of train cars • Rugged IP67 housing • Used at various points in a train yard to control direction of train cars

  22. Object Detection on a Flat-Bed Trailer

    • Detecting large objects on a flat-bed trailer • Exposed to a variety of environments • Long range

  23. Radar Based Collision Avoidance in Mining Environments [Success Story]

    • Object detection in blind spots on mining vehicles • Long range • Rugged IP67 housing withstands changes in weather or dirty environments

  24. Detecting Vehicle's Arrival at Parking Kiosk and Activating Pay Station

    • Monitoring parking lot entrance • Activates pay station as cars approach • Device can be installed in concrete