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Traffic Surveillance System Using Heterogenous Sensor Technologies for National Park Service

Started: September, 2014 Ended: August, 2015 Project ID #4W5236 Status: Completed

Objective

The objective of this project is to develop and test a prototype traffic data collection device in a National Park setting.

Abstract

CLR Analytics was awarded a project titled "Visually Unobtrusive Traffic Monitoring for National Park Service" by the USDOT SBIR Program.  The Western Transportation Institute was included a part of the team for that proposal.  The project intends to develop and test a prototype traffic data collection device.  CLR Analytics will lead the development of the device.  WTI will assist with the evaluation of the prototype.  WTI's main role will be to use  its knowledge of transportation issues in national parks and other federal lands in order to make recommendations on the applicability and implementation of such devices based on a park's needs and resources.

Contacts

Sponsors & Partners

  • CLR Analytics Sponsor

Part of: Safety and Operations

Project Tagged In: federal lands, traffic data collection

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