That’s equivalent to around 2000 bridge strikes every year (Source: Network Rail Report, 2020/2021)
Without proper warning of a low bridge ahead, large vehicles are at risk of hitting a bridge, endangering the lives of drivers, passengers, and other road users.
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Our unique camera-based low bridge recognition system combines 3 levels of detection to combat wrong or outdated information, typical of traditional low bridge warning systems.
The AI technology combines GPS vehicle location data with visual cues for best results.
The AI Camera identifies the dimensions on low-bridge road signs mounted on or near an oncoming bridge. It also scans and measures the dimensions of an approaching bridge hole, cross-referencing those with the vehicle’s own dimensions. No driver input required.
Use of geo-fencing technology identifies a low-bridge in the area and alerts driver accordingly.
The camera technology 3D scans the road ahead for accurate detection of road signs when geo-location fails to do so.
The AI system determines if the vehicle’s height or width exceed those indicated on the low bridge road sign, alerting the driver if so.
When there are no clearly marked road signs, the technology scans and measures a low bridge ahead.
If the vehicle exceeds the size of an approaching bridge, the AI system will alert the driver through visual, audible and/or haptic alerts.
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