ITE is now accepting expressions of interest for this year’s Vision Zero Design Sandbox Competition (supported by ITE’s Consultants Council). Transoft is pleased to participate alongside the City of Bellevue in this initiative, with our video-based road safety solutions being the key analytics tool for participants.
The Goal: Think beyond the traditional ways of assessing crash data based on historic information and move towards a more proactive approach by leveraging new near-miss data analytics and technology.
The Challenge: Using video collected from 6 intersections in the City of Bellevue and pre-processed using Transoft Solution’s AI-based road safety solutions, select 3 intersections and identify countermeasures. Demonstrate how automated conflict data being collected through innovative technologies can be used to gain new insights into safety problems and the selection of low-cost countermeasures at intersections.
- There will be separate professional and student categories. Cities/agencies wishing to enter would do so under the professional category.
- Teams can include an unlimited number of participants, but at least one member of the team must be an ITE member.
- Please note that if you are entering in the Student Category, each member of your team must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student.
- Submissions due April 15.
- The winning teams will be presented with an ITE Vision Zero Sandbox Competition Award at the ITE Annual Awards Luncheon in Portland, OR on July 20, 2021. Press and industry announcements will be issued highlighting the finalist and winners.
- One paid full Annual Meeting registration will be provided to one representative from each of the two professional teams that are finalists.
- One paid full Annual Meeting registration will be provided to one representative from each of the two student teams that are finalists.
The entries from the two winning teams (professional and student) will be featured in an issue of ITE Journal.
- Other innovative submissions may also be highlighted in ITE Journal and included on the competition web page.
For more details about the competition please visit ITE’s website: Putting together a team for the Vision Zero Sandbox Competition?