Conduct on-demand automated road safety and traffic analysis to understand the traffic conflict issues at your most dangerous intersections.
Using video analysis, BriskLUMINA rapidly tracks and classifies all individual road users and automatically detects near-misses and other dangerous interactions and conflicts, indicative of potential collisions.
BriskLUMINA enables traffic engineers to perform quick and easy conflict analysis to identify potential road safety issues and to make more informed and faster intervention decisions.
“The analytics provided by BriskLUMINA was extremely helpful in objectively evaluating the safety impact of a pedestrian scramble.”
“Transoft Solutions’ expertise in AI, computer vision and leadership in automated, video-based road safety analysis is critical for our road network screening deployment."
Analyse all traffic movements and quickly pinpoint most vulnerable road users.
Quickly determine critical road safety issues for different groups, including exact locations of dangerous interactions, their severities and their frequencies.
Effective decision-making tools include risk indices, safety curves, heatmaps, speed and count graphs, as well as a cloud-based safety dashboard.
Easily interact, customise, interpret and visualise your conflict video data.
Report Road Users
Classify and monitor road user distribution frequency for pedestrians, cyclists, cars, buses, motorcycles and trucks.
Watch high risk conflict videos
Drill into a conflict risk scatter plot and click on dynamic video snippet of each near-miss conflict.
Understand road user behaviour
The City of Cambridge, MA used BriskLUMINA to detect the frequency and severity of cyclist conflicts with right and left-turning vehicles at busy, high-risk downtown university intersections.
Diagnose your high-risk conflict hot spots
By analysing all movements at an intersection, BriskLUMINA automatically detects and identifies the most high-risk interactions.
Measure road safety improvements
BriskLUMINA was implemented in a before and after safety study by the City of Toronto at a high-risk intersection to measure the effectiveness of curb-radii reduction modifications.