What Makes VivaCity's AI-Powered Computer Vision Sensor Technology Unique? 

VivaCity's unique AI-powered computer vision sensors offer superior capabilities for Smart Traffic Monitoring, Smart Road Safety and Smart Signal Control.

What's inside:

  • The benefits of using computer vision sensors for road scheme planning, monitoring and evaluation, and for optimal flow and road safety
  • An overview of the features & benefits of computer vision sensors for:
    ○ Classification and counting of up to 32 classes of road users
    ○ Vehicle path detection
    ○ Median Journey Time
    ○ Speed and Zonal speed
  • Insight into how traditional traffic management technologies fall short of requirements and how computer vision sensors solve these issues

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At VivaCity, our vision is to make cities smarter, safer and more sustainable. Our AI sensors provide insights to local authorities to support strategy planning decisions.

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Our solution can  gather anonymous, real-time, multimodal traffic data and that is used by controller cabinet to optimise signalling, in an adaptable and efficient way, based on real-life needs.

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VivaCity was awarded the Queen’s Enterprise Award for Innovation in 2021 in the UK. Our sensors have been deployed in over 70 towns and cities across the UK, Europe and Australia.

A selection of our clients and partners:

Transport for London
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Transport for West Midlands
Cambridgeshire County Council
City of Port Phillip - Australia
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Ricardo Research - White PNG
Cross River Partnership
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Improving traffic insights with Artificial Intelligence. Continuous 24/7 urban classification with complete anonymity