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Miovision launches online traffic data collection system

Miovision Technologies has launched ‘Traffic Data On Demand’, an online traffic data collection system for coordinating and managing the data required to measure and correct urban traffic problems. Based on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, it centralizes traffic data projects through an internet-based data management platform that features an intuitive map interface and file management tools. It is designed as a comprehensive end-to-end system that combines the ability for traffic engineering firms and government agencies to request, receive and manage traffic data studies. The system allows traffic engineers to acquire traffic study reports about Turning Movement Counts, Average Daily Traffic (ADT) Counts, Roundabout Counts, and Gap Studies, across the USA and Canada within two, three or four days; a marked improvement on normal industry turnaround times.

Traffic data is collected using the company’s automated Scout video collection unit (VCU), and is processed by Miovision’s proprietary video analysis software, to generate traffic study reports that have the highest data accuracy rate in the industry; over 95%. Customer results from beta testing indicate that, on average, the system eliminates eight steps from the data collection coordination process, saving approximately seven hours of resource time, with similar time savings for finance-related tasks, such as project invoicing and accounts payable. Kurtis McBride, CEO of Miovision Technologies, commented, “We are excited to offer yet another innovative solution that helps traffic consultants at engineering firms and government agencies gain full access and control of their traffic data projects from coordination to completion, in order to optimize traffic management and improve the driving experience. Traffic Data On Demand fills a need that has been long overdue in the traffic industry; the ability for any traffic engineer across North America to request, receive and manage traffic study reports for when and where data is needed, with just the few clicks of a mouse.”

May 30, 2012

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