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AMAG is Searching for 4 New Talented Software Engineers

Advanced Mobility Analytics Group (AMAG) (www.amagroup.io) is looking to expand our amazing development team to further advance our world-leading Safe Mobility Alert Real Time  (SMART) Digital Platform—delivered via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The SMART Platform supports Vision Zero and Safe Systems policy goals of local, regional, and state departments of transport globally. Using video analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and advanced econometrics techniques, AMAG has solved the challenge of predictive analytics for road safety, and over the past decade have proven the methodology and technology through

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PPK turns to new partners for technology commercialisation

PPK, which has been developing a number of new materials ventures with Deakin, will invest $1.5 million in Advanced Mobility Analytics Group (AMAG) backed by Queensland University, Uniquest, University of British Columbia and the Queensland University of Technology.

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Advanced Mobility Analytics Group welcomes PPK Group as Technology Development and Investment Partner

Advanced Mobility Analytics Group Pty Ltd (AMAG) is pleased to announce a partnership with the ASX-listed technology investment firm, PPK Group Limited (ASX: PPK, ppkgroup.com.au). Through its AU$1.5 million investment, PPK has secured a 20% equity stake in AMAG, and will be providing ongoing advice and expertise to assist AMAG in achieving its technology development and deployment roadmap going forward. “On the heels of the considerable investment by PPK, AMAG will accelerate development of its world-leading, comprehensive SMART Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Platform, which will enable governments

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AMAG Welcomes Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Expert Dr. Karim El-Basyouny

We’re excited to announce that Dr. Karim El-Basyouny has joined Advanced Mobility Analytics Group (AMAG) to lend his knowledge and expertise in the continued development and improvement of our SMART road safety digital platform.  Dr. Karim El-Basyouny is an Associate Professor and Urban Traffic Safety Research Chair at the University of Alberta (UofA). His research in road safety has been focused on advanced road safety management methods, complex computing and statistical techniques, and machine learning. His experience with extracting collision risk and safety trends from

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AMAG SMART DRM SaaS
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Advanced Mobility Analytics Group develops the world’s first Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) video and predictive analytics platform for road safety

Advanced Mobility Analytics Group (AMAG) has just released its SMART Version 2.0 Beta. This Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for managing road safety is the first platform globally that combines video and predictive analytics for assessing crash risk and managing road safety at high crash concentration locations on a network. The Diagnostic Risk Mitigation (DRM) Module allows users to diagnose crash risks at a video-monitored location both across time and space, with insight into road-user behaviours, road user conflicts, operations, violations, and crash risk. The platform also

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Iteris Selected By Florida Department Of Transportation To Implement Smart Mobility And Safety Initiative

SANTA ANA, Calif. – September 1, 2020 – Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management, today announced that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has selected Iteris to deploy a near-miss identification system at key intersections in three Florida counties in support of FDOT’s Driving Down Fatalities traffic safety vision of a congestion and fatality-free transportation system across the state. Under the terms of the two-year software-as-a-service (SaaS) agreement, Iteris, in exclusive partnership with Advanced Mobility Analytics Group (AMAG), a world-leading digital platform provider for proactive road

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High walk and bike scores associated with greater crash risk

Walkable zones often home to attractive destinations—creating conflicts among road users Neighbourhoods with high bikeability and walkability scores actually present higher crash risks to cyclists and pedestrians in Vancouver, according to new research from the University of British Columbia.

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What’s a Smart City? (blogs.nvidia.com)

“In a related effort, the city of Bellevue, Washington, tested a computer vision system from Microsoft Research to improve traffic safety and reduce congestion. Researchers at the University of Wollongong recently described similar work using NVIDIA Jetson TX2 modules to track the flow of vehicles and pedestrians in Liverpool, Australia….”

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Safety is a matter of inches — the width of road markings, UBC professor says (vancouversun.com)

Tarek Sayed admits he’s driven his wife and three children a little crazy over the years: the University of B.C. civil engineering professor can’t go anywhere without pointing out what’s wrong with the roads, and what could be done better.  Sayed, the Canada Research Chair in transportation safety and advanced mobility, is the author of a new study that shows conclusive evidence that widening longitudinal pavement markings (LPMs) dramatically improves highway safety by reducing collisions….

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