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Case Studies

TrafficVision has benefited a number of our clients, and we'd like to share some of their stories with you.

KC SCOUT IN KANSAS CITY, MO

The Kansas City metropolitan area is internationally renowned: it has its own cool jazz, distinctive barbecue, and one of the highest levels of quality of life, as reported by its friendly citizens. Less well-known until recently is its reputation for progressive and forward-thinking traffic management, enhanced by the use of emerging technology. 

Learn how KS SCOUT implemented TrafficVision to increase real time incident detection accuracy and decrease incident response time.

PANAMERICAN GAMES IN TORONTO, CANADA

When Toronto won the bid for the 2015 PanAmerican Games in 2009, the Ministry for Transportation Ontario (MTO) knew they were facing an unprecedented challenge. During the Games, Toronto’s normally heavy traffic included an influx of over 500,000 visitors and athletes.

Learn how MTO used TrafficVision to assess traffic flow and plan for traffic management during the 2015 PanAM games.

 

TrafficVision captures incident images that match TrafficVision's captured data, graphing vehicle volume and speed at the times of the pictured incidents.

TrafficVision captures incident images that match TrafficVision's captured data, graphing vehicle volume and speed at the times of the pictured incidents.

Solutions

TrafficVision Hosted in the Cloud

Information Technology (IT) professionals working for DOTs have a huge responsibility for keeping these TMCs secure and operational. To help ease the burden, TrafficVision software can be run as a service in the cloud with minimal impact to the IT infrastructure, by using existing low bitrate, public facing video streams. This secure and easy way to implement TrafficVision makes it possible for traffic management professionals to get the alerts and data they need when they need it, without adding to the IT department load and responsibilities.

Learn how you can implement TrafficVision in the cloud without increasing the IT burden at your organization.

Detecting Wrong-Way Drivers