Traffic safety should be at the forefront of every transportation agency's planning

Every year 1.3 million people perish on roadways worldwide. Agencies can make a difference - and we can help. Safer roadways start with accurate and reliable detection to automatically trigger these applications and more:

Increase driver awareness

wrong way! Wrong way driver detection
Virginia uses Citilog's Automated Incident Detection AI to alert operators and drivers when vehicles have crossed barriers going the wrong way on express lanes.

warning sign! Flashing crossing signs
In Mayetta, Kansas, wireless FlexMag sensors detect vehicles at non-signalized intersections on a high-speed approach, triggering flashing crossing signs.

Improve speed control

roadway detection Dynamic speed limits
Managed motorways in the United Kingdom use real-time speed data from wireless FlexMag sensors to set dynamic speed limits to reduce injury accidents by 13%.

speed enforcement Speed enforcement
Saudia Arabia employs automatic speed enforcement systems powered by wireless FlexMag sensors in their roadways.

Reduce backups

ramp queue flushing Ramp queue flushing
In Victoria, Australia wireless FlexMag sensors on highway off-ramp approaches identify traffic backups to prioritize raffic signals to flush the queue, actively clearing backups and avoiding high-speed rear-end collisions.

emergency response Automated incident detection
Citilog's Automated Incident Detection AI is used on New York State bridges to detect crashes within seconds and roll out emergency response personnel to avoid secondary crashes and provide medical help.

Protect vulnerable road users

bike detection Bicycle detection with an app
In addition to traditional crossing buttons, the GiveMeGreen! app can trigger or extend crossing signals automatically for bicyclists in Santa Clarita, CA. The system also activates flashing warning signs for right-turning motorists to improve awareness.

road workers Road worker safety
Our wireless sensors install in minutes, not hours like inductive loops. This means much less time in the street for vulnerable road workers as they install detection in all environments. And because they do not require maintenance and last 30% longer than loops, road workers will be in the street even less.

As published in the Mar/Apr 2023 issue of Traffic Technology International:

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