HOUSTON (PRWEB) May 20, 2021
Currux Vision LLC (“Currux Vision”), the AI-based infrastructure technology solutions company today announced its deployment by the Department of Transportation of the City of St. Cloud, MN to help meet Vision Zero goals and reduce congestion and the associated greenhouse gas emissions.
Currux Vision’s ITMP will automate the current traffic control system using existing infrastructure – cameras, controllers, control center, etc., and provide high-resolution real time data on traffic safety. The system will also monitor the effectiveness and accuracy of the existing vehicle detection system. This solution requires only a small server placed in the server room or the traffic cabinet, connected to power and the network. No Internet access is required.
Currux Vision solutions are designed from the ground up to upgrade legacy transportation infrastructure systems with cutting edge, AI powered autonomous traffic control and traffic safety technology. The Currux Vision Autonomous Signal Control System (“ASCS”) works with the legacy controllers and infrastructure.
“Currux Vision delivers one of the most comprehensive autonomous traffic management platforms available without having to upgrade existing systems. This includes a wide range of Vision Zero capabilities and autonomous real-time prediction of hazardous traffic conditions such as wrong way driver, stopped vehicles, speeding, running red lights and stop signs, parking infringements, and school zone safety. We look forward to working with Blake and the City of St. Cloud to enhance the city transportation network,” said Tom Hoene, VP Regional Sales.
“Deploying this leading-edge technology is a step in implementing the City of St. Cloud’s Vision to achieve concrete benefits in safety, sustainability, economic opportunity, and quality of life for our residents. We look forward to seeing reduced traffic congestion and accidents with connected infrastructure, real time big data analytics and alerts. New AI technologies will create innovative, cost-effective ways to accurately monitor traffic, and provide information that can prevent or reduce congestion and accidents, creating safer roads for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians around the clock,” Blake Redfield, ITS Manager, City of St. Cloud.
“Currux Vision’s mission is to reduce congestion, CO2 emissions, and traffic accidents by designing and deploying state of the art edge and hybrid-cloud based autonomous control systems that can operate at scale and help cities and DoTs move the needle today. We help solve problems that our customers always wanted to solve but didn’t have the suitable technology to do so. As a Texas-based American company, we are proud to advance the science and practice of AI technology and push the limits of what is possible. We are very excited to work with the City of St. Cloud and are thankful for the opportunity to help them,” Alex Colosivschi, Founder and CEO of Currux Vision.
About Currux Vision LLC
Currux Vision (https://currux.vision) uses the latest in AI, machine learning, and computer vision to design and deploy edge-based autonomous AI systems for smart infrastructure. Currux Vision SmartCity ITS is used by DOTs and municipalities throughout the U.S. and has processed billions of traffic data points. Our fully integrated platform works with any camera, high and low resolution, and securely and rapidly operates within an agency’s network. Additionally, the ease of installation and operation, powerful and flexible back-end capabilities, and attractive price point are key differentiators.
About the City of St. Cloud
St. Cloud is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and is the largest population center in the state's central region. In 2019 the City of St. Cloud, Minnesota was awarded three first place awards from the Rome based International Awards for Liveable Communities (LivCom), one of several most livable cities awards. The city won the first-place whole city award for its size and first-place for cities of all sizes for enhancement of landscapes and public spaces, Arts, culture and heritage management and Community participation and empowerment. The international organization praised the city for its focus on improving parkland and trails, as well as its enhancements and maintenance of 96 parks. The city has been a finalist at the LivCom awards four times since 2007.
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