In-Vision Artificial Intelligence

Through In-Vision AI, D2 Traffic Technologies offers software that learns from its interactions with changing external stimuli. We can enable edge devices, sensors, and remote cameras to process their immediate environment without the use of pricey hardware or smart cloud connectivity.

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The result: real-time, 3D situational awareness and response, including tools like object detection, geo-localized tracking, and sensor fusion. In-Vision is designed with speed, price, adaptability, and security in mind. D2 is proud to partner with In-Vision to deploy products built to streamline traffic on smart roads, smart cities, and autonomous rail systems.

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As one of the leading organizations specializing in providing video-based AI solutions for transit and public safety applications, In-Vision AI offers field tested, proven tech that has the potential to benefit the entirety of the traffic industry. 

In early 2021, In-Vision partnered with global toll road developer and operator Transurban to test the precision of competitively priced Express Lanes.


The iRSU (In-Vision Road-Side Unit) was set up at three different spots in the Greater Washington Area. The results were astounding, with the iRSU achieving a precision of 97.5% in under two hours of operation. The low-occupancy vehicle miss rate stood at a mere 11.9%. 

When the unit was switched to “enhanced mode,” it proved capable of operating with 99.0% precision. The only cost was a marginally wider miss rate window of 15.9% during the same 2-hour time frame.

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The iRSU can monitor multiple lanes, offers quick operational readiness after relocation, and features easily-measured performance. We offer two options for installation: the client can choose a fixed system, where the unit can achieve up to 99.1% precision and a 2.4% miss rate, or use a portable platform for rapid deployment, risking only a marginal drop in precision and a slightly larger miss rate.

The iRSU can liaise with different systems, like those associated with license plate recognition, to provide a full report on each passing vehicle. It can note the vehicle’s license plate, registration information, total number of occupants, and number of occupants per row.



As a way to eliminate any risks to security and privacy, none of the vehicle or occupant data is retained or transmitted by the unit. Any and all computations are performed and temporarily contained on peripheral systems. The client also has the choice to keep only suspected violator information encrypted on these peripheral systems, or else securely upload the data to their own cloud software.