Intersection Management

GovComm’s intersection detection systems rely on artificial intelligence for improvements in intersection management.

Enhanced Detection and Communication via Local IP Networking

Our systems can better detect and report presence variables and communicate over the local IP network. For legacy traffic controllers, an IP / analog interface can be added.


GovComm Technology

Challenges and Opportunities at "Smart" Intersections

Traffic congestion at intersections is a persistent problem for growing urban areas. When a traffic signal remains on a fixed cycle, traffic can quickly back up from lanes with more demand at peak times, creating havoc, increased commute times, loss of productivity and excess fuel consumption.

Modernizing Traffic Management

Millions of “smart” intersections across the U.S. are automated to detect the presence of vehicles and provide traffic signal control systems with information that determines signal sequencing. The majority of these systems use outdated technology and have limited capabilities. These systems typically use cameras or ground loop sensors to detect the presence of a vehicle and provide an analog (closed contact) signal to the signal controller to change the traffic light sequence accordingly. While they are mostly reliable, they are costly, offer minimal capabilities and are not flexible platforms for expansion.

The Govcomm difference

Smart Intersections

Govcomm intersection management applications provide traffic signal control systems with information that determines signal sequencing.

AI presence detection technology using the local IP network

GovComm AI technology enables detection of multiple vehicles per lane, offering diverse alerts to traffic signal controllers. Leveraging IP cameras and AI software, it enhances detection accuracy and communication via local IP networks.

How it works:

Hi-Speed Analysis with GovComm AI Software

GovComm AI software, integrated into a potent computer module, conducts high-speed analysis of video feeds sourced from optical sensors installed at intersection approaches.

Individual Lane Monitoring for Presence Detection

Each travel lane is digitally identified and independently monitored for the detection of vehicle presence.

Communicating Presence Data for Traffic Light Timing

Presence information is relayed to the traffic controller to inform traffic light timing decisions.

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