Wrong way driving is a potentially deadly hazard because of the high probability of head on collision and exponential impact from vehicles traveling in opposite directions – especially on high-speed highway exit ramps. It is estimated 400 persons are killed annually in the U.S. due to head-on collisions from wrong way drivers. As a result, transportation agencies are aggressively seeking wrong way driving solutions

The Govcomm difference

Unmatched Accuracy

GovComm wrong-way vehicle detection technology resides on-board powerful computer modules with huge resources. Our AI algorithm works at high frame rates analyzing traffic scenes. Machine learning makes our systems smarter.

Timely Alerts

Our systems are optimized to alert wrong-way drivers, traffic managers and law enforcement within a fraction of a second from the detection of an event.

Superb Imagery

The system provides high-definition detection and confirmation images of each event.
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How it works:

  • 1

    A GovComm wrong-way vehicle detection system including a bi-spectrum camera with thermal and high-definition optical sensors is installed on a highway exit ramp.

  • 2

    GovComm AI software on-board a powerful computer module monitors and performs hi-speed analysis of the bi-spectrum camera’s video feeds.

  • 3

    When a vehicle traveling counter to one-way exit ramp traffic flow is detected, the system alerts the driver to take corrective action by activating flashing wrong-way warning signs.

  • 4

    The system provides time-sensitive notifications, alarms, still and video images to the local traffic management center.

The competition

False positives

Competitors offering legacy detection technologies suffer an intolerable number of false alarms.

Inadequate resources, missed detections

Competitors miss potential deadly wrong-way detections and notifications because of inadequate computing resources
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