Most inductive loop detector systems operate in a frequency range of 20 kilohertz (kHz) to 100 kHz.
What does ILD stand for?
ILD stands for Inductive Loop Detector
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The project also included the installation of 1,200 inductive loop detectors, as well as 40 PTZ dome cameras at critical intersections for real time traffic surveillance and monitoring.
Overhead detectors have proven themselves to be effective alternatives to inductive loop detectors, since traffic flow patterns measured with these non-intrusive sensors meet the accuracy requirements of a large number of trunk-road applications.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A large number of control small vehicles, including bicycles and motorcycles, by relying primarily on inductive loop detectors (ILDs), a type of in-roadway sensor.