Transforming Cities, Building Sustainability: Miovision's Green Traffic Solutions

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Addressing Urban Transportation Emissions


Mobility has long been a focal point in green city projects as transportation is a primary source of greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution, and resource consumption. Many cities are investing in climate-focused mobility solutions as a result. However, large-scale climate change initiatives like public transit expansion, the EV transition, and modal shifts take time. Our solutions offer an opportunity to produce incremental and scalable emissions reductions, immediately.

1.3 billion vehicles are in use worldwide, with 45% owned privately.
Road transportation emits 12% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
IPCC reports that we must reduce global emissions by 43% by 2030.

How Miovision Products Help Reduce Emissions

Traffic studies provide valuable insights into road user behaviors, including traffic patterns, congestion hotspots, and cyclist and pedestrian activity. By collecting and analyzing multimodal traffic count data, traffic signal performance measures, and safety metrics, cities can better understand how transportation activities contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution—and pinpoint where climate-focused mobility solutions will have the greatest impact.

From advanced traffic management systems to sophisticated data analytics platforms, our traffic solutions empower cities to actively improve traffic system performance and work towards decarbonizing transportation networks.

Pollutants emitted by vehicles can be minimized by optimizing traffic flow, improving traffic signal timing, and minimizing idling time.

Miovision equips cities with real-time data on vehicle movements and peak traffic hours, as well as options to improve actuation and signal timing performance. This granular level of insight allows traffic teams to identify current trends, patterns, and congestion hotspots, enabling them to make informed decisions to improve traffic flow to alleviate congestion.

Adaptive: Adjust signal timing in response to changing traffic conditions, minimizing stops and accelerations to streamline traffic flow and improve vehicle emissions.
Detection: Leverage video-based detection systems to accurately detect multi-modal road users at the intersection. This enables traffic lights to operate as designed, efficiently minimizing stop-and-go traffic and reducing idling times.
Performance (ATSPMs): Access insights on the performance of city traffic networks, maximizing resources to fix maintenance issues quickly and address key performance issues proactively (before citizens complain), improving traffic flow and fuel efficiency.
Counts (Studies & Mobility Reports): Optimize traffic signal timings based on multi-modal traffic volume data, reducing idling time at intersections and improving fuel efficiency for vehicles passing through.

Incentivize residents to use public transit by identifying areas for improvement, such as route optimizations or expanding service coverage.

Dynamically manage traffic flow in response to changing conditions, minimizing delays and enhancing the overall efficiency of transit networks.

Transit Signal Priority (TSP): Encourage more people to choose public transit over private vehicles by prioritizing transit vehicles at signalized intersections, reducing delays and improving reliability. 

Encourage eco-friendly modes of travel over traditional car usage such as walking and cycling, decreasing emissions associated with personal vehicle use. 

By accurately counting and analyzing various modes of transport, cities can identify shifting trends in mobility usage. This data serves as a foundational tool for traffic teams to identify areas where investments in green infrastructure—such as sidewalks, bike lanes, and dedicated bus lanes—are most needed to accommodate these changes and ensure the safety of vulnerable road users like pedestrians and cyclists. 

Counts (Studies & Mobility Reports): Accurate counts of cyclists and pedestrians inform planning and infrastructure development, creating safer communities and promoting sustainable modes of transportation like biking and walking.
Traffic Safety Studies: Identify and address safety concerns in specific locations, leading to targeted interventions such as improved crosswalks, bike lanes, signage, and traffic calming measures to encourage active transportation.
Detection: Using video technology for traffic monitoring accurately detects cyclists and pedestrians at intersections, making roads safer and encouraging walking with timely signals and safe crossings.
Continuous Safety Monitoring: Long-term traffic monitoring assesses the effectiveness of implemented safety measures, contributing to proactive efforts to enhance pedestrian and cyclist safety over time.

Driving Positive Change: Our Climate Action Promise

As cities worldwide grapple with escalating environmental concerns, the call for sustainable transportation solutions has never been louder—and Miovision stands at the forefront of this burgeoning market. However, our commitment to sustainability extends far beyond our innovative products and solutions. We prioritize environmental responsibility as a core corporate focus, actively working towards contributing to a greener, healthier future alongside our city partners.

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