AI-powered video analysis to help save lives in construction

VisionTrack, an AI video telematics and connected fleet data specialist, has launched an AI-powered post-analysis solution. NARA (Notification, Analysis and Risk Assessment) is said to revolutionise how camera footage is assessed and help construction vehicle and plant operators to reduce road deaths and injuries.

NARA is device agnostic (Photo: VisionTrack)

NARA is said to be device agnostic so can be integrated with existing connected camera technology.

Additionally, the solution uses computer vision models with sensor fusion to assess footage of driving events, near misses and collisions.

The company says that this ensures the review process is manageable and timely, while eliminating human availability or error, so construction vehicle and plant operators can make the best use of video telematics insight to better protect road users and help prevent collisions.

“Our cloud-based NARA software is a true game changer in the world of video telematics as it will help save time, costs and most importantly lives, by providing proactive risk intervention and accurate incident validation,” explains Richard Kent, President of Global Sales at VisionTrack.

“NARA proactively removes false positives and monitors driver behaviour, without the need for human involvement. With traditional video telematics solutions, construction fleets can be experiencing hundreds of triggered daily events, so this will enable them to deliver more efficient working, whilst not compromising on road safety.”

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