Bangkok to deploy AI-based traffic prediction technology
BlueSignal is collaborating with the Thai government to deploy AI-based CCTV traffic prediction technology for congested roads in and around the city.
It forms part of the Thai government’s wider smart city project for its capital city. BlueSignal will supply its Navi Box CCTV technology, which shows multi-speed calculation of cars and object tracking through multiple angle views from a single camera.
Smart city collaboration
BlueSignal is working with the Kaist Global Technology Commercialisation Centre (Kaist GCC), which acts as a liaison between the company and Thai government agencies and private companies related to the smart city project.
The parties are discussing comprehensive plans and strategies around the development of the solution, and also to establish a strategic collaboration model to enable business collaboration continuity.
The video analysis solution combines multi-speed calculation of cars and object tracking through multiple angle views from a single camera
BlueSignal’s traffic prediction technology is mainly based on two types of traffic data analysis. The first is calculating traffic congestion by predicting traffic speed or traffic volume through data analysis related to speed. The second is predicting various risk situations through video analysis technology, wherein intelligent modules predict dangerous situations that may occur in alleys and narrow roads.
This year, BlueSignal also signed a contract with New Zealand company Spotlight traffic to supply video analysis based automated traffic information gathering technology for several projects Spotlight traffic is conducting.
Source: Smart Cities World