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Rail Vision’s System for Light Rail Vehicles

Collision Avoidance for the Urban Environment

With the combination of electro-optic sensors, artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies, Rail Vision’s Urban Rail Vehicle System is specifically designed to identify potentially dangerous situations in urban traffic, on the track or on station platforms.

The system detects and classifies obstacles within the predefined area of interest at a range of typically 200 meters, to increase safety in the urban environment.

In case of a potentially dangerous situation, it generates visual and acoustic alerts. Future add-on features such as Image-based Navigation help to create and validate GIS files, and overcome line-of-sight limitations resulting from urban topology.

  • Driver Assistant Early Warning System
  • Increases safety
  • Provides automatic obstacle detection & classification
  • Operates in harsh weather & light conditions
  • Overcomes limited visibility
  • Detects operative range up to 200 meters
  • Integrates with existing sub systems
  • Customizable scalability


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