First Round Evaluation
June 2 - July 29, 2021
The CD3 unit has finished its first round of use with fourteen days at each of four municipal launches on Geneva Lake. This report covers that use from June 2 – July 29, 2021 by looking at the number of session each day at each site. A session is identified as series of tool use within a specific time. Based on the CD3 operating manual, a session groups tool usage to time. A new session starts when there is a break in the use, and all tools are turned off and put back into position.
After compiling all the total uses that were recorded by the unit, including the daily resets, the total comes to 567. After compensating for tampering numbers at the first two sites, and subtracting the daily resets, the total calculated number comes to 380 sessions. The data that was counted by the unit recorded each time the metal ring on the tools' cord went past the sensor, whether it was a human use, or the tool getting bumped into. The data was then sorted through, and a calculated set of sessions was reported at each launch.
The popular times of use for the CD3 unit are similar at all launch. The most popular times of use are from 8:30 am - 11:30 am, and from 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm. The only launch that did not follow these trends was Lake Geneva, as there were not enough uses of the unit to confirm these times.
Recorded Uses per Community Launch Site, June 2 - July 29, 2021. Source: GLEA
Williams Bay 175
Linn Pier 136
Lake Geneva 67
*Calculated value does not include false uses or resets.
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