VIDEO VEHICLE DETECTION2020-03-18T13:12:27+00:00


Our artificial intelligence engine delivers sensor-grade speed, volume, occupancy, classification, wrong-way and reports on weather conditions.

GovComm’s Photon Series video vehicle detection system (VVDS) utilizes machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide sensor-grade statistical data for volume, speed, occupancy, classification, cue and wrong way functionality. The application is powered by the ActiveVision AI engine licensed by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and resides on a powerful and lightweight NVIDIA® “supercomputer on a module” device about the size of a credit card. The NVIDIA® hardware is typically housed in the traffic cabinet on the network local to the camera, but the software is also available as a central server licensed acquisition or on a stable, secure and hassle-free (SAAS license) cloud server environment..

Although we prefer our customers connecting GovComm cameras to our VVDS, we’re camera agnostic. The camera is required to have a reachable IP address where the Photon system can capture a video streams for analysis and be ONVIF profile S compliant.


Installation is incredibly simple. The installer points a fixed camera to the detection zone or installs a pan-tilt-zoom camera within view of the detection zone, then follows the setup wizard on the system’s user interface. Photon studies the topography, draws a spherical map, studies the traffic, automatically configures lanes and direction of travel, then displays adjustable polygons overlaid on each lane where site specific configurations can be edited and saved.


Photon is programmed to work with recognized advanced traffic management system (ATMS) software and can be configured to provide statistics at designated intervals. User interface menus include live view, user management, security, network, time settings, database, ATMS subscription and comprehensive reporting options.

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