Shenzhen, April 14, 2021 / AP / — today, InnoDisk and Avenue announced a new partnership to extend innovative remote technology to current traffic management systems.
InnoDisk recently announced a new partnership with avenue to introduce aiot into the streets of Taipei. This aiot solution includes epc-apl of Avenue and innoagessd of InnoDisk, and realizes AI recognition through smart camera for object detection, behavior recognition and traffic flow monitoring, all of which make traffic management easier.
Enable remote control of dynamic signal control system
The cooperation between InnoDisk and Avenue will enter the signal control system project operated by Taipei Transportation Bureau. The system is enabled by using innovative innoagesd, out of band management supported by InnoDisk and in band management of avaluers2 solution. Therefore, the Internet of things infrastructure will be equipped with dual band management with more reliable and intelligent edge devices. Through out of band signaling, remote recovery can be easily implemented even for devices suffering from serious problems such as data corruption and operating system failure.
Based on the intelligent sensing of traffic flow, the integrated solution of InnoDisk and Avenue provides adjustable real-time traffic signal control, which further improves the traffic convenience and safety of vehicles and pedestrians. In short, the solution collects data for calculation process and analysis, which will eventually reduce traffic congestion by 10% – 15% and communication cost by 85%.
Growing aiot ecosystem
“The partnership between Avenue and InnoDisk is critical to building an aiot ecosystem. Combined with innoage’s out of band management capabilities, Avenue’s innovative technology offers reliable industrial grade components and technologies, and is well designed to meet the most stringent industrial requirements. ” Randy jianchuansheng, President of InnoDisk, said, “we have jointly created more reliable integrated solutions for global customers.”
“As the Internet of things makes networks more closely linked, networks deployed in different industries and systems will be more closely interconnected. The demand for equipment provides powerful data collection functions, while data security, system management and remote monitoring become more complex and crucial. ” Kevin lien, vice president of Avenue, said, “Avenue has developed renitysentel2 software and hardware that integrate with Avenue and are used in combination with InnoDisk innoage to enhance the performance of all remote systems and promote efficient and reliable operation.”