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/ 16 Oct, 2021
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Red Light Enforcement Solution

Red Light Enforcement Solution

LMT Red Light Camera for preventing red light violations

 

LMT's plug-and-play traffic lights camera uses computer vision technology to determine if a car has run a red light, then saves the car's number plate in the system for violations processing. Like speed cameras, this solution motivates drivers to follow traffic regulations more carefully.

 

Statistics show that in EU countries every 100th driver ignores the red light signal, which often leads to serious consequences. Existing road infrastructure is complex and implementing any improvements is problematic and associated with high costs, which makes decision-makers hesitant to introduce any changes. 

By using what's already available – network cameras that are paired with the edge computer vision solution and use electricity from the traffic light and existing mobile internet coverage – LMT has created a disruptive tech solution that requires almost no interference with the existing infrastructure and incurs comparatively low costs as opposed to similar solutions. For this reason, it has significantly higher chances to be implemented without having to wait decades and investing billions.

The LMT red light camera is the first of its kind that is able to detect the exact traffic light signal from a video without the need to connect to the traffic light controller. Using the built-in computer vision technology, the camera analyses everything it sees in the video frame, then sends the metadata to the cloud. The cloud's algorithm then sifts through the data and detects an occurrence of a red light offense. This information can further be used for both detecting and prosecuting the violators, as well as for addressing the problem by setting up warning road signs to help reduce such infringements in the first place.

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