Cisco Incorporates Iteris Video Detection Tech into Smart City Infrastructure

Jeff Brody

Cisco has agreed to provide networking and software support to Iteris’ video detection platform as part of the former’s new smart city infrastructure with the aim of reducing traffic within a community.

Iteris said Wednesday its Vantage Next platform will function as part of the Connected Communities Infrastructure that Cisco intends to launch soon at an event in San Diego.

The companies will demonstrate the analysis of multimodal data from vehicles and pedestrians to decrease congestion for commuters.

“With Iteris’ expertise in bringing enhanced connectivity to signalized intersections and Cisco’s delivery of next-generation edge analytics, this partnership will simultaneously address current transportation challenges and advance multimodal safety technology across our nation’s roadways,” said Todd Kreter, senior vice president and general manager for roadway sensors at Iteris.

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