Brisk Synergies is very proud to announce that the company has entered into an agreement with the City of Montreal for the city to become the first municipality to deploy the recently announced BriskVANTAGE platform for continuous analysis of specific traffic flow and vehicle, pedestrian and bicyclist safety at particular intersections of interest to the city.
Brisk Synergies’ engineers will work closely with the city’s Urban Mobility Management Centre to determine the specific “scenarios” that will be monitored with the platform. Utilizing the city’s existing traffic camera infrastructure, the team will choose an initial handful of scenarios to monitor and create the initial set of configuration and definition files necessary to instruct the platform’s analysis of the continuous video streams. Initially the project will execute the analysis on a nightly basis providing the city’s mobility management centre with a dashboard of summary data, heatmaps & video snippets for the previous day’s activity against the defined scenarios, allowing the traffic management centre to track the activity over time and see trends and patterns in the activity and make more informed decisions to improve traffic flow and safety with measurable results.
The BriskVANTAGE Continuous Monitoring Platform can analyze and aggregate data for a number of different scenarios from a given video recording, including traffic counting, speed monitoring, red-light violations, right-of-way violations, near-collision detections, jaywalking patterns, potentially dangerous vehicle / pedestrian or vehicle / bicycle interactions. See http://www.brisksynergies.com/briskvantage-platform/ for more details.
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In today’s bustling cities, congestion and mobility are critical concerns for city planners. Join us as we discuss cycling from a variety perspectives, analyzing various problems and solutions that consider the importance of improving cycling in urban areas.
This exciting webinar will gather together cycling experts from across diverse countries and backgrounds including: members of urban cyclist associations, mobility planners from governmental departments, public cycling system managers and academic experts in charge of analysis of cycling policies and development.
Irene Fernández | ACU Buenos Aires
Juan Carlos Montenegro | IDU Bogotá
Roberto Guzmán | Chepecletas Costa Rica
Luis Miranda | McGill University
Rafael Alfaro | Moderator
Mario Perdomo | Brisk Synergies