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Blue Signal--Adaptive Traffic Management Solution

Predictive traffic mapping to optimize signaling and traffic flow.

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BlueSignal's "Predictive Driving" technology analyzes the data collected from various sources such as real-time traffic, vehicles, and road infrastructure, and it predicts the future traffic conditions based on its unique ML and AI engine. The engine based on the big data analysis with traffic engineering elements can generate appropriate solutions for reducing traffic congestion and accidents, and it has high prediction accuracy. Unlike the existing sensor-based forecasting solutions, the most important advantage is that it uses the technology of combinations of ML and AI-based algorithm, big data analysis, and transportation theories. It has world-class competitiveness in terms of reducing the cost and improving the accuracy for the areas of traffic management and information services. Adaptive Traffic Management Technology, is a software algorithm that can: predict traffic conditions from two hours to two days in the future, link the information to wireless communication systems embedded in vehicles to alert drivers of alternative routes that may save time and may be less congested with less risk of accidents. control traffic signals to improve the flow of traffic ​ The data inputs for the algorithm come from existing traffic Big Data and hardware sensors placed on traffic signals and near congested areas to monitor traffic flow. ​ Our technology was invented as a traffic control solution which could be used by city governments to improve traffic flow.

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The technology also is able to be used as an adaptive technology between drivers that may not necessarily be in an autonomous car in the form of an app. There are three main versions of the algorithm. The first is for fleet systems or autonomous vehicles. The second is a city-wide integration for traffic relief and predictive analysis with 94% accuracy. While the third iteration is a smart map-based system that can be used in existing formats such as Google Maps, Apple Maps, etc. It is currently being used in two cities in China and Daejeon, Korea.

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