Using KPIs to measure smart city progress

    There is a wide range of definitions for “what makes a smart city”. It’s a question that doesn’t have a straight and universal answer as it means different things to different people. Another question that’s at least as important is “how do you create a city smart”. Because no matter what it means to you, […]

      Driving Toward the Future of Intelligent Traffic

      Despite going through these unprecedented times of social distancing and self-quarantine, we all have to believe that society will return to some level of normalcy. Before personal and commercial traffic came to an almost grinding halt, traffic was no doubt getting worse. And unfortunately I still foresee this happening in the future. With more cars […]

        Deep learning on the edge

        This post is written by Eric Toffin is the 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 […]

          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 […]