Introducing Miovision Scout® Plus for Data Collection and Comprehensive Safety Studies
Discover the power of our cutting-edge traffic data collection device that covers all your traffic data needs in one solution.
Watch the webinar to learn how Miovision Scout Plus enhances efficiency and captures comprehensive safety studies, revolutionizing urban planning and road safety.
Road Traffic Injuries and Deaths—A Global Problem
Did you know that traffic crashes are the number 1 cause of death for people under 29?¹ https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/road-traffic-injuries. To combat this issue, cities around the world are adopting Vision Zero policies, which aim to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries.
The traditional approach to road safety has been reactive, relying on historical and unreliable crash data. But safety studies help identify high-risk areas and accident-prone zones, enabling traffic departments to roll out targeted safety measures such as improved signage, pedestrian crossings, and road redesigns to create safer streets for everyone.
Get One Step Closer to Vision Zero!
Scout Plus offers comprehensive safety studies that identify near-misses and use a number of factors to predict the likelihood of an injury or fatality-causing crash. This enables traffic engineers to identify – and mitigate – risks before collisions happen.
Webinar Key Takeaways:
- Scout Plus solution overview
- Valuable Insights from traffic safety studies
- How a video diagnostic study is conducted
- How precision countermeasures are matched to diagnosed risk factors
- How to measure rapid safety improvements to accelerate progress toward Vision Zero
Co-founder & Product Manager
As co-founder and product leader at Miovision, Tony Brijpaul has provided the foundation for the company to grow into the global traffic technology company that it is today. Tony is passionate about designing and building innovative products that ensure all of our partners meet their goals of creating safer, cleaner, sustainable and accessible road networks, communities, and cities. Tony holds a BASc.,Honors System Design Engineering, University of Waterloo, and has served on the board of Sustainable Waterloo Region. He is also an active member of the tech community serving on multiple boards of local startups.
Craig Milligan, Ph.D., P.Eng., RSP2I
Senior Product Manager
As an international expert in road safety engineering, Dr. Craig Milligan has completed more than 600 intersection safety studies, road safety audits for more than $8B of capital works, road safety network prioritization tools for four road agencies, 10 road safety technical guidelines, and 30 research papers in road safety. Craig is a past chair of the Transportation Association of Canada Road Safety Standing Committee, and a current board member and road safety audit instructor with the International Road Federation. Craig earned his Ph.D. in civil engineering at the University of Manitoba with a focus on road safety performance forecasting. Craig has been retained by more than 120 road authorities on four continents for expert support in road safety.
Traffic Technology International (TTi) magazine and its Traffic Technology Today
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