Mobility analysis is a growing need for most cities. In a Smart Cities context, City Halls and Municipalities are adopting new technologies such as traffic video analytics that will help them create a more efficient and sustainable city for their citizens.
This is why traffic video analysis is becoming more common as a solution for decision making. However, in most cases this analysis is based on a count of the total number of vehicles without any other additional information.
What does x-Pass traffic video analytics offer?
Nowadays, thanks to the advances in Artificial Intelligence and specifically to the Artificial Vision based on Neuronal Networks, the following functions are achieved with a software such as Neuratum’s X-PASS traffic video analysis:
– Detection and counting of different types of vehicles: cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, etc.
– Detection and counting of pedestrians.
– Detection of the direction of vehicles or pedestrians.
– Trajectory detection: straight, left or right turn.
– Detection of infractions: forbidden direction or forbidden maneuver.
In addition, the solution is flexible to the camera view, light conditions and focus, so the possibilities are greater.
How does X-PASS traffic video analytics work?
The Neuratum X-PASS algorithm, analyzes in real time or with recorded video (on demand) the images and generates a file with the results. If it is implemented for real time, traffic video analytics is installed in a local PC that can provide service to 1 or 2 IP cameras. IP cameras do not require any special features and the system is compatible from 720p cameras.
This is how the traffic video analysis solution architecture looks like:
The processed data from the traffic video analysis can be output directly from the local PC for integration with an existing Business Intelligence platform or connected to NEURATUM’s web control platform that offers alerts and historical information with dynamic information.
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