WEBINAR: Wejo & Waycare data helps US roads

Companies use CV data to respond to traffic incidents: case study will look at Bay Area
Detection, Monitoring & Machine Vision / August 10, 2021
Wejo Waycare connected vehicle data webinar © Mykyta Starychenko | Dreamstime.com
Automatic incident detection and crash prediction will be improved, companies say (© Mykyta Starychenko | Dreamstime.com)

A new webinar on 17 August will examine how Wejo and Waycare Technologies are delivering integrated traffic management and connected vehicle (CV) data solutions to help transportation agencies work together.

The companies say they enable those responsible for US roadways to improve automatic incident detection and crash prediction.

Waycare says its real-time CV datasets give US agencies "a comprehensive understanding of conditions and the ability to not only detect and predict incidents, but also respond faster and more effectively based on real-world, near real-time data in a single platform from which they can all collaborate".

There will be a focus on how CV data can help in particular on rural roads, where there are fewer sensors.

In addition to a case study on the Bay Area, there will also be a Q&A with data experts

Register here for the webinar on 17 August at 1pm Eastern Time.

Taking part will be Jo Birch, AVP, channel partners at Wejo; Paul-Matthew Zamsky, Waycare head of strategic partnerships; Waycare data science team lead Alex Smolyak; and Jim Eaton, Wejo's AVP solutions engineering.

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