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Experienced sensor player to offer improved traffic management products

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November 24, 2020
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Sensing solutions company FLIR recently announced two new AI-integrated traffic detection and management solutions, the FLIR TrafiSense AI, a thermal imaging system, and the TrafiCam AI, a traditional camera that features low-light, high-definition visual sensing capabilities. While the company sells traffic detection products already, the new AI cameras offer improvements in traffic prediction and congestion and accident prevention. Although the two can be used independently, in conjunction, they create a management platform capable of continuous and dynamic monitoring in all weather conditions. Consider FLIR well-positioned to offer continuous value in the traffic management space as cities look for new ways to optimize road travel.

 

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