Bengaluru Traffic Police tie up with IISc, NMIT to deal with traffic; AI solution is coming!

Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to reduce traffic congestion in Bengaluru city. “The MoU involves sharing the city’s traffic data with IISC, enabling researchers to work with the traffic police to reduce congestion and enhance traffic safety through AI solutions based on data and domain expertise,” the traffic police said in a statement.

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The MoU also outlines the Indian Institute of Science’s support for safety audits, training, and capacity building of traffic police. Safety is the challenge, said Joint Commissioner of Police (Bengaluru City Traffic) Anucheth, “The motivation behind this is the MoU with IISC to get information from untapped police data to address the city’s mobility and traffic safety challenges.”

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We look forward to training and capacity building by IISC by providing our personnel with the necessary knowledge base to enhance mobility and traffic safety,” he said. Chairman of the Center for Infrastructure, Sustainable Transport and Urban Planning (CISTUP) at IISC Prof. Abdul Rauf Pinzari said, “Data from these initiatives will enable us to make a significant contribution to improving urban mobility and traffic safety through relevant research projects and appropriate training.”

Use of AI to reduce traffic congestion in the city!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used for traffic management in Bengaluru city for the first time, which will help improve traffic safety, reduce traffic congestion, and monitor and control traffic violations and related issues.

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