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10 Practical Tips For Surveyors Using GoodVision πŸ’‘
10 Practical Tips For Surveyors Using GoodVision πŸ’‘
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Written by Christopher Hargreaves
Updated over a week ago

GoodVision would like to introduce a new series of online workshops. The series of workshops will allow users can join and follow along with our experts to see first hand how collected traffic data is added, analyzed, and reported within GoodVision.

Workshop Agenda

Getting Started With GoodVision

- Registration Process

- Walkthrough

- Promo Code

- UI Orientation and Basics

-Sharing capabilities

-Movement of Data and Footage

Upload and editing of Footage in GoodVision

-Camera Groups


-Footage Upload

-Live Streaming

-Standard Upload

- Video stitching (Multiupload)

- Initial settings (time, name, timelapse option)

- processing options selection

- Standard (+ suboptions)

- Drone

Scene Description

-Describe Scene Orientation

-Timeline Bar

- time zooming

-Classification bar (select all, deselect all and other options)

-Trajectories (position, screenshot, angle, breaks and other events)

-Tools (Line & Zone)


Visual Analytics and Widget Creation

-Understanding the visual widgets


-Widget Orientation and filtering

-Report Types

-Changes and Intervals

-Sharing of reports

-Understanding of reports


Q #1:

Where should the second camera be installed? Same side of the first camera or can it be on the opposite? In the north for example in your presentation.

A #1:

Your second camera should be positioned to capture the traffic movements which you are missing in the first view. On the sample which Chris presented, the ideal position of the second camera would be a North-West or North-East corner, just opposite the primary camera.

Q #2:

I analyzed a lot of intersections with Goodvision, and I always feel confident with lines. Sometimes, maybe due to the position of the camera, an arm of the intersection is too far to be analyzed by using a line, so I tried to create a movement starting from that so far zone to a closer line, but I never obtained a good result. Can you confirm that is not possible to create an OD movement between zone and line or line and zone? I understand now that zones can be used only to know how many vehicles cross the zones, stay there, stop, but not to create an OD. can you confirm, please? Thank you so much

A #2:

Briefly, you can create movements also as combinations of zones and lines. There is just one difference from lines: zone is the area where a vehicle can appear anywhere, while a line provides you with the exact timestamp of intrusion. Therefore if you are looking to measure traffic parameters like travel time or speed, you always should use lines to obtain correct and balanced results.

Q #3:

How do schedule a recording with an IP network camera?

A #3:

This is an effortless setup, and you will need three things. 1. The RTSP:// address 2. The admin user name 3. Password. You can follow this simple setup on this link for further information:

Q #4:

Can I somehow store videos as I am limited with the level videos that I can save locally on my device?

A #4:

You can take advantage of our coming release with GoodVision Vault capabilities 10GB free or 100GB included in a subscription. This enables you to store video files securely and once complete, simply transfer them to GoodVision for processing without the need to have your device open during the upload process. For more details, please feel free to contact us directly if interested in this capability @

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