Vehicle Lane Estimation
The Vehicle Lane Estimation solution is a useful tool that, among other use-cases, helps drivers by estimating their position in real-time. This makes sure they don’t get into an accident while driving or parking their car. These tools provides with live updates on how close an unfamiliar vehicle is to your vehicle, which can be very important in case of a crash or near-miss situations.
What is Vehicle Lane Estimation?
Vehicle lane estimation is a process of estimating the number of vehicles in a particular lane. This information can be used for traffic management, safety and road network planning.
Vehicle Lane Estimation Solutions are used in many different situations. They are most commonly used in urban areas where there are large numbers of vehicles travelling over short distances, such as during rush hour or when roadworks occur.
The system uses a set of algorithms that evaluate how well each vehicle fits into its lane at any given moment. It then calculates how vehicles will move around other vehicles that are not as tightly aligned with their lanes — giving you an estimate of how many cars will be near your vehicle when it passes through the intersection.
To Improve Traffic Management
For Safety Reasons
To Plan Road Networks
To Improve the Efficiency of Traffic Control
For Self-driving Cars
Key Features of Vehicle Lane Estimation
Pavement Condition Estimation
Lane Condition Estimation
Lane Width and Condition Estimation
Lane estimation with moving objects (cars, pedestrians, etc.).
Lane detection (car, truck or bicycle) in front of the vehicle.
An alarm to notify if the vehicle is about to hit an object.
Benefits of using a Group Detection solution
The software can be used to provide accurate and timely estimates at a much faster pace than manual methods.
The solution saves money on fuel, repair bills and insurance rates as well as reduces emissions from vehicles when they are not in use.
It can help reduce traffic congestion by providing additional lanes at busy times or during peak hours or days of the week, particularly if there are fewer cars on the road at those times than there would be otherwise.
Potential Industries for the People Counting solution
Traffic Control Departments
Schools, Colleges, and Education Department.
Highways Control Departments
Fleet Management Industry