Rail Vision Generated Strong Interest in its Ready to Market Obstacle Detection Technology for Railway Safety at InnoTrans 2022 in Germany
The Company will present its innovative railway safety solutions at SmartTransit West in Denver, October 24-26.
Rail Vision Ltd. (Nasdaq: RVSN) (“Rail Vision” or the “Company”), a technology company seeking to revolutionize railway safety and the data-related market, showcased its latest artificial intelligence (AI)-based solutions for improved railway safety at InnoTrans 2022 in Berlin, September 20-23.
“InnoTrans was a success. Our booth was busy throughout the event. Rail Vision demonstrated its position at the forefront of an evolution in train safety to customers from around the world, including the US, Australia, India, Italy, Taiwan, Korea, the UK, and more.
“We believe we can convert the strong interest generated at the show into long-term pilots and ultimately commercial contracts for our game-changing AI-based technology for the identification and classification of objects on and around the tracks.”
Rail Vision has developed AI-based solutions that enable railway operators to improve the safety of train operations, prevent collisions, and reduce cost while increasing efficiency, in the marshaling yards and intercity trains. Rail Vision’s technology detects and classifies obstacles on or near the tracks within a predefined area of interest and generates real-time visual and audible alerts for both the driver’s and the operator’s command-and-control center. Combining state-of-the-art imaging sensors with AI and deep learning technologies, the systems provide an extended visual range of up to two kilometers, under almost any weather and light conditions.
With growing demand globally, Rail Vision will showcase its technology solutions to North American professionals at SmartTransit West in Denver, Colorado, October 24-26, 2022. Smart Transit is the go-to event for senior industry professionals across North America looking to keep abreast of the rapid pace of change in the passenger transit sector.
Rail Vision CEO Shahar Hania will be giving a presentation at SmartTransit West on the importance of advanced driver assistance systems in the rail industry today and why the industry should expedite adoption before the next major accident occurs. Hania will also participate in a panel discussion at the event on the future of rail, emphasizing the need for collision avoidance systems for improved safety and operational efficiency.
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