Hayden AI to Pilot Automated Bus Lane Enforcement Cameras in Tallinn

Hayden AI has partnered with the City of Tallinn, Estonia to pilot its automated bus lane and bus stop enforcement technology.

This pilot is part of the city’s “Test in Tallinn” initiative, which aims to develop and deploy smart city solutions for global markets.

It will involve the installation of  Hayden AI’s forward-facing, AI-powered camera systems behind the windshield of two transit buses.

These cameras will detect the number of parking violations occurring at bus lanes and bus stops and will assess their impact on public transport services.

Kalle Killar, City Enterprise Director in Tallin said:

“This pilot plays a crucial role in enhancing the overall quality and sustainability of services that the city provides. Companies using Tallinn as a testbed for their products will not only succeed on a global scale but also set the benchmark for creating innovative and sustainable urban spaces.”

Hayden AI’s technology aims to combat the safety and efficiency issues caused by parking violations in dedicated transit zones and cycle lanes.

Blocked bus lanes and stops delay transit services and pose operational hazards, forcing bus drivers to frequently change lanes to avoid obstructions. Furthermore, when bus stops are blocked, passengers with disabilities or mobility issues cannot safely board or exit the bus.

Chris Carson, CEO and founder of Hayden AI said:

“We are thrilled to work with Tallinn on this pilot. Tallinn is a pioneer in testing and deploying innovative technology for public services, and we are looking forward to piloting our vision AI technology in their city. We hope to help deliver the same benefits to transit riders in Tallinn that our technology delivers in cities like New York and Washington, DC.”

Hayden AI has already equipped hundreds of buses across the US with AI-powered camera systems.

The pilot in Tallinn will mark its third deployment in Europe, following its use in Gdansk, Poland and Braga, Portugal.

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