Sophisticated sensor technology for accurate passenger counting
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The IRMA MATRIX sensor is a proven and efficient tool for passenger counting. It is fitted with reliable time-of-flight technology for the determination of the number of persons and objects in 3D. This allows public transport companies to automatically count passengers and reliably establish the number of passenger-kilometres travelled. Thus, transport performance can be accurately documented, and revenue determined based on performance.
Ready for modern real-time service
The sturdy sensor housing is well armed for daily operation in buses and trains and can be mounted effortlessly. Via a connector, IRMA MATRIX can be easily connected to Ethernet or CAN and configured. Passenger numbers can be transmitted in real time, making them available for use in other modern public transport services.
IRMA MATRIX counts on proven technology
IRMA MATRIX has been operating at a very high level of accuracy for many years now. When being utilized for passenger counting, a 3D sensor matrix measures the distance from objects with a resolution of 500 pixels. This system uses time-of-flight technology. The integral signal processor then evaluates the 3D material, transmitting it to the on-board computer or cloud.
Reliable passenger counting
Based on the 3D frames captured, IRMA MATRIX can automatically determine accurate passenger numbers. Thanks to precise sensor definition, objects like wheelchairs, strollers or bicycles can be detected and displayed separately. Even in low light, passenger counting with IRMA MATRIX is accomplished successfully, as sensor operation does not depend on ambient light.
Effortless mounting of the IRMA MATRIX
Manual adjustment of the sensor is not required. IRMA MATRIX is available as a flush-mount or surface-mount version - saving installation time. The straightforward installation concept will be retained for subsequent generations so that upgrades to the latest IRMA hardware are quick and simple.
Fields of Application
SIBRA local traffic
The Public Transport operator of Annecy in Haute-Savoie, SIBRA, has trusted the iris‘ Time-of-Flight solutions since...
Neuchâtel public transport companies
In the fall of 2011, the vehicle fleet of a Public Transport operator was equipped with the new IRMA MATRIX for the...
Sky Harbor International Airport
Sky Harbor, international airport of Phoenix, is the first airport that uses our 500-pixel-sensor IRMA MATRIX.
Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr-GmbH (rnv) with its headquarters in Mannheim/Germany operates the urban rail, streetcar and bus...
IRMA MATRIX for Belgrade
The Serbian capital Belgrade is currently undergoing the largest project of automatic passenger counting in the region.
- IRMA A21-Windows user instructions
- IRMA MATRIX Configuration Tool manual
- IRMA MATRIX connect to service PC
- IRMA MATRIX installation manual Ethernet architecture
- IRMA MATRIX Visualization Tool manual
- IRMA MATRIX installation manual CAN architecture
- IRMA TestRide user instructions
Dimensions (W x H x L)
Flush mount version sCON-F: 58 x 36 x 188 mm
Flush mount version sCON-S: 58 x 43 x 188 mm
Surface mount version sCON-S: 53 x 43 x 165,5 mm
Sensor: 58 x 22 x 188 mm
Aluminum pressure casting housing
Optical openings made of synthetic materials (polycarbonat)
IP65 (IP67 on request)
Ethernet, 100 Mbit/s
CAN, max. 125 kbit/s
Interface: iris-connector (sCON)
M12 connectors for Ethernet or CAN
Cable according to EN45545-2 and EN50306
1,2 million hours
Required external lighting
Minimum installation height
Allowing passengers to pass upright underneath the sensor, < 1.80 m
Vehicle integration / System architecture
Ethernet via API, VDV301, direct UDP
CAN via API
Gateway to IBIS and J1708
24 VDC or 48 V PoE
power consumption: typically 6 W; 8 W PoE
Weight without iris-Connector (sCON)
Surface mount version: approx. 260 g
Flush mount version: approx. 340 g
Flush/Surface mount versions
For installation situations with low overall height, the sCON-F offers mounting and cable connection in one.