Driving toward the future of intelligent traffic with network surveillance technology

    Congested roadways. Bumper-to-bumper traffic. Beeping horns. Rush hour that actually felt like rush hour. About a year ago much of this disappeared—at least temporarily—as the nation went into lockdown and many people worked remotely. While less traffic was refreshing, signs of congestion are starting to reappear. Not to be an alarmist, but the traffic problems […]

      How does surveillance help make a smarter, safer city?

      What is a Smart City? There are many different ways to answer the question “what is a smart city”, as there are a lot of potential factors that can make a city “smart”. However, there is no universally accepted definition of a smart city; it varies between cities and countries, depending on their level of […]

        Deep learning on the edge

        This post is written by Eric Toffin, CEO of Citilog. Read more about Eric at the end of this post. Increased processing power in the latest ARTPEC chip technology offers new possibilities for fully embedded deep learning applications at the edge. Citilog CEO Eric Toffin examines the evolution of intelligent traffic management solutions and looks […]

          Tackling unwanted vehicle blocks with parking violation detection

          This post is written by Jerome Douret who is VP Innovation and Products at Citilog. Read more about Jerome at the end of this post. Illegally or wrongly parked vehicles present a nuisance to private property owners, causing blockages, delaying the flow of business and revenue. They could also present a potential health and safety […]

            Spotting illegal parking with video analytics

            Vehicles parked in the red zone are a pain in the best-case scenario, and a serious danger to other road users in the worst, but Smart Cities have the potential to identify and tackle the issue quickly, preventing accidents and traffic jams. We have seen a growing trend of cities becoming “smarter”, solving everyday problems […]