Projects

Our highly specialized team of transportation and software engineers work closely with transportation authorities from around the globe to better understand traffic speeds and near-miss collision data. Our scalable, automated solution identifies vehicle, pedestrian, and cyclist road safety problems quickly and effectively. Here are some examples of cities and states that have benefited from our proactive versus reactive approach to building safer streets.

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Have a look at our before/after pedestrian scramble phase implementation study in midtown Atlanta.

Curb-Radii Reduction Before & After
- Toronto, Canada -

To fully understand and predict potential conflict incidences at a high-risk intersection, BriskLUMINA was implemented in a before and after safety study by the City of Toronto to measure the effectiveness of curb-radii reduction modifications. Download case study.

Real-time Conflict Monitoring
- Montreal, Canada -

The City of Montreal is deploying BriskVANTAGE to tap into their connected cameras to continuously monitor near-miss conflict frequencies on their major signalized intersections.

Safety at a School Zone
- Pittsburg, California, USA -

The City of Pittsburg used BriskLUMINA to measure vehicle-pedestrian interactions to make a school crossing zone safer and more efficient during drop-off and pick-up times.

Real-time Roundabout Monitoring
- Waterloo, Canada -

Roundabouts are commonly deployed across the Region of Waterloo. The Region has deployed BriskVANTAGE at specific roundabouts to continuously monitor traffic flow and merging vehicle near-miss conflicts.

Cyclist Distance from Vehicles
- Zürich, Switzerland -

With the introduction of a bike-lane within a vehicle lane in the City of Zürich, BriskLUMINA was deployed to identify vehicles and cyclists on the roads, and to measure the safety of the distance between two road users.

Merging Lane Conflict Study
- Bogota, Columbia -

The City of Bogota in Columbia applied our road safety technologies to measure the risk of merging vehicle movements in traffic. Read more…

Real-time Crowd Counting
- New York State, USA -

BriskCROWD was implemented by New York State to monitor continuous, real-time counts of visitors walking into their freeway welcome centers.

Illegal Right Turn
- Toronto, Canada -

Vehicles were found to be making illegal right turns at an intersection in Toronto. With our help, the City of Toronto was able quantify the risk of these illegal right turns.

Driver Reaction Time at CrossWalks
- Winnipeg, Canada -

The City of Winnipeg used BriskLUMINA to measure driver reaction time for optimal placement of rapid flashers at crosswalks before deploying flashers throughout the city.

Pedestrian Scramble Before/After Study
- Georgia, USA-

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A pedestrian scramble phase was integrated into the signal cycle at a busy intersection in midtown Atlanta. The project deployment team, which included Midtown Alliance, Aecom and Jacobs, decided to use BriskLUMINA as their on-demand automated video-based road conflict analysis solution.

Vehicle and Cyclist Conflict Study
- Massachusetts, USA -

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The BriskLUMINA technology was used to detect the frequency and severity of cyclist conflicts with right and left-turning vehicles at a downtown university intersection.

Rear-End Conflicts
- Surrey, Canada-

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The City of Surrey deployed the BriskLUMINA technology to detect rear-end conflicts before and after the addition of a smart right-turn channel.

At Brisk Synergies, we help transportation engineers and planners to understand their road safety problems and identify solutions through video analytics. Our software platform provides automated video analysis of traffic flow for effective and immediate road safety diagnosis and evaluation of interventions. This enables urban transportation engineers and planners to make better, more knowledgeable decisions on how to improve traffic flow and reduce collisions.