New Hisingen bridge, Gothenburg: Viscando's 3D&AI sensors provide real-time traffic data on pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles

The new landmark bridge between the main land and Hisings Island opended on 9 May 2021. The lower height and the greatly extended space for bicyclists and pedestrians can contribute to more sustainable transportation in the city. 

We at Viscando are happy and proud to be the provider of real-time traffic data for all transportation modes over the bridge.

The city wanted as detailed data as possible, per transportation mode, lanes and direction. In total 12 counting lines are defined. With our versatile OTUS3D FLEX sensors, only two were needed to fully satisfy the needs of real-time data. We are hence proud suppliers of a flexible, accurate and highly cost efficient solution!


- We at Viscando are really happy and proud to be part of this landmark project and helping the city of Gothenburg to gain traffic insights directly from start! With this real-time data it will be really easy to follow the trends in traffic. What we and the city hope is that we will se an increasing share of sustainable transporte, i.e. bicycling, walking and public traffic. Says Amritpal Singh, CEO at Viscando


City of Stockholm: Viscando will help optimize intersections

Detailed intersection analyses for deeper traffik insights!

City of Stockholm has chose Viscando as the sole supplier of advanced and detailed intersection analyses. The agreement is valid for the two coming years with the possiblity of extension with further two years.

Besides counting, Viscando will also deliver origin-destination matrices and visualize and analyze road user behavior. With data from Viscando, the city will optimize the trafficflow and improve traffic safety in intersections. 


City of Huddinge: Viscando delivers smart bicycle counting

Viscando delivers 21 intelligent bicycle counters to city of Huddinge!

City of Huddinge has chosen Viscando's smart 3D & AI sensors for bicycle counting throughout the city. Viscando's sensors will be installed at 21 locations and provide real-time bicyle data to the city and support development of sustainable mobility.


Viscando OTUS3D at the Swedish Embassy in Washington

A one-year exhibition at Swedish Embassy in Washington will show the Viscando OTUS3D system.

According to the UN, another 2.5 billion people are expected to live in cities by 2050. This require cities to find new ways to handle the increased demands on natural resources, housing and infrastructure. The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, Agenda 2030, adopted by all UN member states in 2015, call for urgent action.

The exhibition is called Urban Challenges and presents some of the social, economic and technological solutions that Swedish actors have developed to meet the cities challenges.
The exhibition is open to the public on weekends in the Embassy, House of Sweden at the 2900 K Street Northwest, Northwest Washington, Washington, D.C.  -Welcome!


Prestigious Road Safety Award in Belgium

On 10th March, at the Flemish Road Safety Congress 2020, the Province of Antwerp won the Flemish Road Safety Award for their BITS pilot project using Viscando OTUS3D to improve road safety for cyclists.

“Through this technology, a daily average of 24 near accidents between cyclists was detected. Additionally, the analysis shows that the number of near accidents between cyclists and motorized traffic (daily average of eight) is as high as the number of near accidents between motorized traffic (daily average of seven). The specificity of this retrieved data will help guide the development and implementation of effective road safety measures.” Explains Luk Lemmens, Legal Representative for Mobility

Ronald Jorna, BITS Project Manager from the Province of Overijssel, believes the success of this pilot sets the tone for our future BITS pilots: “The award-winning 3D-camera project in the Province of Antwerp clearly shows that ITS can help to improve the safety of cyclists. We expect that other ITS implementations in the BITS project will show that ITS can also improve the speed, comfort and/or cycling experience. This will make cycling smarter and thus more attractive!”.

"What makes us especially proud is the fact that the Province Antwerp and the municipality of Bornem could  very quickly develop a new and safer road design, using our data and analysis. We also hope and look forward to an after measurement and analysis to assess the new road design in an objective and quantitative way.", says Amritpal Singh, CEO of Viscando. 

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