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BERNARD

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BERNARD Mobility Analyser The BERNARD Mobility Analyser consists of an intelligent optical system that provides information about road users and traffic flow directly on site. No videos are stored. The anonymous evaluation is carried out directly in the camera system. This real-time information is used to intelligently control traffic systems, improve safety at pedestrian crossings or school bus stops, or ...

ATCS: Complex Traffic Management System Simplified

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Good governance has many indicators and indices, but Ease of Living (EOL) stands out as one of the best measurables. One of the key pointers in EOL is mobility – mobility with safety, which means ease of navigating through traffic. An average city commuter spends as much as 25 to 35% of extra time on roads…if this is addressed, it ...

Smart Cities: Replanning and Rethinking Mobility strategies

Smart Cities: “ Replanning and Rethinking Mobility strategies

These pandemic days are posing challenges to Smart Cities too. Traffic levels and mobility patterns can alter, as digital transformation takes hold. What are the challenges? We have here the views of Raj Cherubal, CEO, Chennai Smart City and Sameer Bhatnagar, Partner- Transport& Logistics, KPMG, India Contrary to what may be expected in the era of social distancing, it is ...

Improving Road Safety Infrastructure

What makes a journey safe? Better drivers or better roads? While we agree that India’s road safety record needs to improve, how are we going to go about it remains a matter of debate. Indian cities are trying to be smart and safe with the use of Video Surveillance and Advanced Traffic Management Systems. TrafficInfraTech spoke to Smart City CEOs, ...

Bhubaneswar to Implement Smart Parking Policy

To tackle the ever-growing parking menace in Bhubaneswar, the Commissionerate Police, Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation and Bhubaneswar Development Authority are jointly formulating on a Smart parking policy for the city. According to Seshadeb Panda, General Manager, Smart City (Technology), Bhubaneswar Smart City Ltd, the policy will take shape in the next three-four months and dissuade commuters from demanding more parking space ...

Smart City Experiences Challenges, Benefits and Future Settings

T Krishna Prasad, Director General of Police and Chairman – Road Safety Authority, Government of Telangana, kicked off the session with his thoughts on the importance of mobility in Smart Cities by first defining what a Smart City is. According to him, there is no single definition, but to put it simply, if the citizens are happy, comfortable and convenienced, ...

Smart Technology: Securing Cities’ Transportation

Smart Technology: Securing Cities’ Transportation

The Indian security and surveillance market is moving from security in closed spaces to security of public places, led by spending from both the government and the private sector. That said, the smart and intelligent security solutions backed by Artificial Intelligence (AI), Deep Learning, Advanced VCA, Machine Leanings, Internet of things (IoT) and big data technologies are redefining the security ...

The Third Eye: Managing the Traffic

We envisage our smart cities to be places where everything is automated through technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, Big Data and analytics. However, one of the key components is surveillance — 24/7 round the clock monitoring of citizens and traffic. Integrated Traffic Management System in Maharashtra The Maharashtra government, in a serious bid to improve traffic movement and ...

Tackling Traffic Tantrums

Modern traffic management is a highly evolved science. For decades, the ever-burgeoning complexities of city traffic have challenged planners and policymakers to find yet smarter ways for both its macro and micromanagement. Rohan Ambike spoke to various Smart City CEOs and finds out why systemic improvements to traffic management are the only answer to resolving the serious threat to the ...

The Future of Mobility: From Roads to Rails

India’s road traffic has reached a breaking point. In response, the Indian government has committed itself to expanding local public transportation. Today there are seven million vehicles in Delhi alone, including cars and motorized rickshaws — but excluding trucks. As part of this plan, rail-based transport will play a key role in inner-city traffic. Siemens has completed a number of ...