05 Jan 2022 | News
Consumer Electronics Show (CES), an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association, brings together thought leaders, products, and technologies working to transform traffic and roadways, an important cross-section of daily life.
With limited roadways and growing populations, cities increasingly look to automation, and simulation for managing traffic and constrained infrastructure. NVIDIA partners worldwide are deploying the NVIDIA Metropolis video analytics platform, leveraging real-time sensors and AI to design more efficient roadways and optimize traffic safety and operations.
The following NVIDIA Metropolis partners are showcasing how they help manage traffic with AI at CES.
Ekin: Ekin develops the next generation of smart city solutions to optimize safety and security for cities. A forward-thinking provider of quantitative data to cities based on cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology, with a focus on traffic management, smart parking, smart city living, and public safety.
Nota: Nota produces an AI software optimization platform, which automates and optimizes customers’ AI applications. Nota creates lightweight AI models that are low latency, energy-efficient, and accurate. They work to optimize processor usage and proliferate lower-end edge devices.
NoTraffic: NoTraffic’s real-time, plug-and-play autonomous traffic management platform uses AI and cloud computing to reinvent how cities run their transport networks. The NoTraffic platform is an end-to-end hardware and software solution installed at intersections, transforming roadways to optimize traffic flows and reduce accidents.
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