Circle with questions: How many pedestrians, cyclists and cars? How many turns in the intersection? How careful are drivers? How common are conflicts? What effect has the new street layout given?

Improve your traffic, save lives and save money

Correct decisions made easy

A flexible solution

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A single unit covers up to 35x50 meters. Larger areas can be seamlessly be covered by several co-operating systems.
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Multimodal solution. Detection and tracking of pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles - even in mixed traffic and open areas.
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Go beyond just counting - understand road user behaviour and risk for conflicts.
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Data in realtime and interactive exploration in our web service - simplifies your day-to-day tasks..

Improve more with less

With Viscando OTUS3D,  each single unit gives you more understanding than hundreds of manual observations and traditional traffic counting.


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One system tracks all traffic; pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles.

Simplification with precision

We made OTUS3D to simplify your day-to-day work. Whatever the weather, the time of the year, early morning or rush hour, OTUS3D provides you with precise traffic knowledge. It ensures your decisions stand on four strong pillars:

  • Visual – a good visualization is the basis of great insights, and can easily be shared with stake-holders
  • Quantitative – makes it easy to prioritize and follow up
  • Objective – We eliminate the subjective and fragmentary nature of manual observations
  • Repeatable – compare different locations or the same location at different times


Traffic moving across a bridge and Otus3D tracking them in real time

Customer case: Road user behaviour in a complex intersection

All road users movements, where they tend to be and how their velocity varies in different parts of the passing.


More info

Video and further explanation on the experimental road design can be found on Trafikverkets website.

Location and measurements

During autumn 2017, Trafikverket (Swedish Transport Administration), Trivector and Stockholm city performed a test with an experimental road design. The main objective was to increase the safety and mobility of bicyclists through. The experiment was performed at the busy and complex intersection between Kungsgatan and Sveavägen in central Stockholm. Viscando provided a detailed and objective study of the road users behaviour regarding the experimental setup and  detailed analysis of red light violations among vehicles and bicyclists.

Road User Behaviour

  • Viscandos measurements shows that 27% of the cyclist used the experimental street design for left turning.
  • About 10% of the cyclists are jaybiking through the passing. Often in "creative" paths by combining the cyclist path, pedestrian crossing and the pavement.
  • About 3-5% of the vehicles drive against red light at the passing.
  • About 20% of the cyclists go against red. At a right turn the amount is up to 50%.
  • During daytime about 20-30% of the pedestrians walks against red light. Under the night and early morning hours it's up to 60%.


"Viscando quickly allows for a fast evaluation of changes in the traffic environment. Instead of waiting for years to see the effect of for example traffic safety improvement project, we can instantly deliver objective basis." says Amritpal Singh, VD at Viscando Traffic Systems AB

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