OSI LaserScan offers a full range of hardware for Neology Idris solutions. A typical Neology Idris installation consists of a server (one per site) equipped with one or more serial port expansion cards and a loop detector rack, designed to fit into a standard 19” roadside controller rack. We have experience in supplying Neology Idris solutions, which handles vehicle detection and vehicle classification by axle count and dual tyre for sites in the following configurations:
1x0 (One lane, no shoulders) - 1x1, (One lane, one shoulder),
1x2 (One lane, two shoulders) - 2x0, 2x1, 2x2, 3x0, 3x1 and 3x2.
The 1U rack based server solutions offered by OSI LaserScan are designed for maximum redundancy and resilience and are typically tested and supplied with redundant power supplies, hot plug redundant disk arrays configured in RAID 1, and redundant Gigabit network adapters.
The Neology Idris Server is equipped with up to 24 channel serial card solutions, which can be set up to handle a maximum of 96 inductive loops for a single site, all operating in parallel, with data available real time.