Transportation departments, road agencies, and their partners in transportation planning & engineering typically use traditional collision studies to evaluate the safety of road users. With the availability of AI video analytics─ which can provide near real-time video conflict analysis to proactively predict collision risk between pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles─ organizations can now gain effective and immediate insights to measure the safety performance of interventions.
In this session, we will highlight recent case studies on how video-based AI technology is being used in US, Canadian, European, and Latin American cities. This will include examples of safety considerations at pedestrian crossings, cyclist safety, roundabout vehicle behavior, and the effectiveness of treatments at signalized intersections.
Who should attend:
∙ Transportation Engineers & Planners
∙ Road Safety Professionals
∙ Traffic Safety Engineers
∙ Smart City, Complete Streets and Vision Zero Program Managers
∙ ITS and Emerging Mobility Professionals