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Use IoT and Machine Vision to Help Reduce Traffic Fatalities

In the U.S., 35,092 people were killed due to car accidents in 2015 and this number is increasing. Verizon developed an integrated IoT system that leverages machine vision technology to detect and analyze the conflicts among pedestrians, vehicles, and cyclists.

What you will learn in this webinar:

--Trends and challenges in Smart Cities
--How machine vision technology is used in Smart Cities
--How to architect an IoT traffic solution
Recorded Mar 6 2019 56 mins
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Nancy Li, Product Manager of IoT Smart Cities, Blockchain and 5G & Mobile Edge Computing at Verizon
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