Need to perform operational analysis of a roundabout based on the real traffic data? DataFromSky supports the calculation of a wide range of operational parameters such as critical-gap time / follow-up time / critical headway etc. Get super accurate traffic data for your research and/or traffic study regardless of the type of intersection using DataFromSky.
Monitoring and analyzing traffic behavior at intersections and roundabouts is an important task in the present traffic research. Trajectory analysis provides higher-level situational awareness by understanding the behavior of every traffic element in the analyzed scene due to the rich information contained in its own motion. DataFromSky is able to extract trajectories and their spatial-temporal statistical characteristics automatically with very high accuracy and high sampling frequency. Accurate traffic data is essential in any modern research in the field of traffic analysis such as:
An unexpected end of the trajectories – DFS Light detected a traffic accident! Take a look at the video below.
Have you already tested our new service DFS Light on your own video sample? If not, do not hesitate to do so! Follow these 3 basic steps to get precise traffic data faster than never:
1) record the traffic scene using a camera or simply your phone (to reach the best results, follow the instructions in this video)
2) upload your video to WeTransfer.com and send it to email address email@example.com
3) receive the results together with DataFromSky Light Viewer software and enjoy your data
You can upload up to 2 GB free of charge, try it today!
Do you need more precise traffic data? Are you interested in conflict analysis and evaluation of traffic safety? If yes, take a look at our new set of tools for the safety evaluation based on the behavior of road users – click to find out more or contact us for more information.Read more
Object counting and classification, gathering speed & acceleration data, O/D matrix and much more on an area of 55,000 square meters. DataFromSky is the name of the most advanced Aerial AI for an understanding of movements in videos taken by drones, balloons or helicopters.
Take a look at another nice shot from Italy taken from a balloon. The length of the video is 2 hours and 31 minutes. DataFromSky tracked 5 455 objects (4881 cars, 325 medium vehicles, 77 heavy vehicles, 68 buses, 101 motorcycles, 1 bicycle, and 2 pedestrians) with the average speed of 12.24 km/h and the total distance traveled by all participants reaching 1 847 km! Do you need extremely accurate data about traffic flow? Contact us!Read more
We have moved from the Sky to the Ski!
With our newly released DataFromSky Light, we are testing the software in unusual conditions and scenarios. Counting how many skiers are on the slopes? Not a problem at all. With our software, one can easily analyze how many people are currently on the slope, how many are waiting by the ski lifts, how many of them just stopped by a ski bar or restaurant or who is skiing outside marked slopes and much more!
You still have a chance to try the software on your own video, free of charge. It could be another atypical record, but keep in mind the recommended parameters for the input video (to achieve the best results with the highest accuracy):
Upload your video to WeTransfer and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org – if you need more information, follow the instructions in this post.Read more
In many cities, there are places where many road users pass or stay in a complicated network of routes and get into a risky interaction. It can be difficult to get an overview of the whole situation and define the “hot spots” where the traffic behavior is simply non-standard. Our tool Data From Sky is in most cases be able to uncover, sort and analyze all movements of vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians in a larger area and evaluate critical parts of a road network, that might be risky for any traffic participant. This kind of overview and analysis can give traffic and urban planners a very good starting point for designing any adjustments.
The figure below shows an area in the city of Aarhus in Denmark and displays the flow of cyclists (pink trajectories) and pedestrians (green trajectories) in the 2-hour period. The main goal of the analysis is to provide the Aarhus Municipality with an overview of cyclists and pedestrian movement in the analyzed area and identify some patterns in their traffic behavior.
After having formed a detailed overview of all the different flows and routes, author of this study (Birger Villadsen, Traffic Specialist at COWI) has focused on those areas, where cyclists’ and pedestrians’ behavior gets into a collision. The detailed DataFromSky Analysis helped to analyze the problematic spots and draw up proposals for changes, that can help to simplify the traffic flow. Aarhus Municipality will evaluate the list of proposals and test them on the site by making temporary changes and observing whether they have the intended effect before the changes are implemented permanently.
*full article can be found at Cowi Creators blog.Read more