A stop-line solution with in-built AI from AGD Systems is set to spark conversations at this year’s Traffex event in Birmingham, UK, around the future of data use.
The AGD650 will be one of a range on display at the AGD Systems stand at the show – having gone into full production earlier this year after successful trials around the UK.
The current iteration uses in-built AI to analyse information across dual zones, with a neural processing platform and sophisticated algorithms providing automated decision-making, resulting in ultra-reliable detection.
And the team is already in conversation with authorities across the UK and beyond about the future capabilities of the 650, which represents an exciting opportunity to gather rich data streams that can be relied on to react to changing traffic scenarios as they happen.
AGD’s commercial director Ian Hind says: “The 650 will develop over time to ensure it remains at the forefront of emerging technologies, allowing decisions to take place instantly rather than relying on analysis of past data spanning weeks or months."
“We never want to produce data simply because we can, we want to produce quality information which the receiving equipment can effectively handle. We’d love to welcome Traffex visitors to our stand to talk about the current and future capabilities of the 650, and the ways in which we believe increasingly-rich data streams will support and improve how transport and infrastructure decisions are made.”
Visit the team on Stand D29 at Traffex from 6-8 June 2023, NEC Birmingham, UK
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