SCAG AND UCI HOST LISTENING SESSION ON AI-BASED INTERSECTION MONITORING
The HORIBA Institute for Mobility and Connectivity2 (HIMaC2) at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), in partnership with SCAG, has been awarded a grant by the Vehicle Technology Office of the United States Department of Energy to research and enhance transportation energy efficiency. With an emerging artificial intelligence (AI) infrastructure lidar-based technology demonstrated in the City of Irvine, researchers are using 25 traffic intersections in the city to conduct their research, creating a Public Road Network Platform. At these 25 intersections, researchers are installing AI-powered sensors to collect traffic data in a way that is sensitive to privacy to safely send driving suggestions that can positively affect air quality, traffic and safety.
Join SCAG and HIMaC2 on Monday, April 24 at 11 a.m. for a virtual listening session to ask questions and provide feedback on this project.
Click here for additional information on the AI-Based Intersection Monitoring project.