Direct Follow-on Study Pilot Field Deployment Smart City Corridor
Project Director: Darryl Keeton, Sensagrate CEO and Founder
Sensagrate and Innoviz Technologies and Launch Smart Corridor at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Our Zimin Institute collaborator Sensagrate is partnering with Innoviz Technologies, an Israeli solid-state LiDAR sensors and perception company, to deploy a smart intersection corridor pilot at UCLA. The pilot is a direct follow-on to the Zimin Institute-funded project in which Sensagrate’s SensaVision Platform, enabled by InnovizOne LiDARs, was originally deployed and field tested in Scottsdale, Arizona. The integrated hardware-software solution gathers data on traffic volume and other roadside safety metrics for root cause analysis of pedestrian-related incidents, improving pedestrian and automobile safety. The smart corridor will test smart sensing for infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) applications. In addition to the sensors on the infrastructure, the platform is further connected with UCLA’s autonomous vehicle system, enhancing the V2X analytics.