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New possibility of recording aerial video: special traffic balloon!

DataFromSky introduces new way how to record video to obtain high-quality data for advanced traffic analysis. New, specially developed balloon for accurate data collection brings many advantages, including:

  • Fixed long-term monitoring (usable in persistant traffic monitoring, perimeter security)
  • Up to 3 hours of operating time
  • Transmits data in HD resolution
  • Stabilized optical system – 4k image resolution
  • Maximal reachable altitude: 200 meteres
  • Covered area: up to 300 000 sq.m. (from max. altitude)
  • Fast deployment: in 25 minutes
  • Space saving, easy transportable

  • The camera is attached to a balloon inflated with gas – 3m3 of helium. This solution is very good alternative in cases, where using a drone is limited and too difficult to get authorizations. One of the biggest benefit of recording the video with the balloon is the time, for which it can be in the operating mode. Compared to standard drones, which often lasts in the air only 25 to 40 minutes, this balloon is able to hover over the intersection / traffic node for up to 3 hours and thus can provide very informative and interesting data. In this way one can have a wider vision that allows to report potentially critical situations and to find out how to solve them.

    For more information about this new special traffic balloon, please contact us.

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    Traffic monitoring in Denmark – the land of bikes

    Recently we got to analyzing a video of a roundabout in Roskilde, Denmark. And because Denmark is called: The land of bikes, we didn’t focus only on vehicles but also on bikes! And here is the result of our traffic monitoring:

    Length of analyzed video: 15:38.48
    Number of objects being tracked: 298 (vehicles and bicycles)
    Total distance traveled: 79 354.4 m
    Average speed: 34.0233 km per hour
    Average distance on roundabout: 59.7474 m

    And we would also like to thank Dansk Drone Kompagni for providing us the video.

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