Viion to unveil new traffic camera A.I. at Intertraffic 2022

Seatbelt detection, HOV lane occupancy and vehicle classification are among the latest capabilities available with Viion’s proven TrafficCam 3D workhorse. Viion Systems Inc. will make an exciting return to Intertraffic in Amsterdam this March, featuring A.I. technology that has yet to be demonstrated in the traffic enforcement industry. T…

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Viion Attending 2021 Gulf Traffic Expo!

VICTORIA, B.C. – Viion is happy to announce that it will be attending as a key exhibitor to Gulf Traffic 2021, from December 6 to December 8, at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Viion Systems Inc., will be located in booth H8.F01, Hall 8, featuring

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UN Road Safety Week Kicks Off

Today, the sixth annual United Nations Road Safety Week rolls into action and will stick around until May 23, 2021. Held in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), the international initiative, under the hashtag #Love30 and #StreetsForLife, advocates for Streets for Life by making 30 km/h (20 mph) speed

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Public Perception of Automated Speed Enforcement

Since its launch in the late 1960s, automated traffic enforcement has stirred controversy for many reasons over the years; effectiveness, accuracy and potential to quickly generate revenue are common public concerns to this day. Despite these suspicions however, the majority of citizens surprisingly continue to support this technology, as many

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The Benefits of Automatic Traffic Camera Enforcement

An average of 400,000 people lose their lives every year due to speeding, further raising the importance of mass speed enforcement worldwide. Since their earliest deployment in the early 1960s, speed enforcement cameras, or automated traffic enforcement cameras, have repeatedly proven their benefits in significantly improving safety and reducing co…

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How Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras Work

Speeding costs 400,000 lives on roads worldwide each year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that automated speed cameras save lives and reduce enforcement costs. Speed cameras operate 24/7 without the expense and risk of personnel deployed by the

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