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15 March 2023

VisionTrack targets road safety at Commercial Vehicle Show with AI video telematics

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VisionTrack's AI-powered VRU detection camera can identify pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and people on scooters
VisionTrack’s AI-powered VRU detection camera can identify pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and people on scooters

Road safety will take centre stage on VisionTrack’s stand (5E80) at the Commercial Vehicle Show as it showcases a growing range of industry leading AI video telematics solutions. The company will be using the event to introduce an AI detection camera for vulnerable road users (VRUs) as well as demo its AI-powered post-analysis software, NARA, which was launched earlier this year.

“We are embracing the latest advances in machine learning and computer vision to develop innovative AI video telematics solutions for the road transport sector,” explains Richard Lane, Commercial Director of VisionTrack. “The Commercial Vehicle Show will provide us with a platform to share our technology expertise and provide guidance on how best to improve road safety and eliminate fleet risk.”

The AI-powered VRU detection camera will be able to identify pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and people on scooters, while disregarding street furniture. Footage will automatically be displayed on an in-cab monitor, and supplemented with an audible, spoken warning with the precise location of nearby VRUs in relation to the vehicle. This will keep the driver more engaged by providing highly accurate and useful information.

Meanwhile, road transport operators will have the opportunity to experience AI-powered post-analysis solution, NARA, first hand, with demos running throughout the Commercial Vehicle Show. The device agnostic, cloud-based software is revolutionising how vehicle camera footage is assessed and helping vehicle operators to save time, costs and most importantly lives, by providing proactive risk intervention and accurate incident validation.

Further information:

Jonathan Symons
+44 (0)20 8654 7618