DOST makes available two systems for smart mobility in 'new normal'

Published June 23, 2020, 11:41 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Dhel Nazario

The Department of Science and Technology Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD) has announced the availability of two systems for smart mobility in the “new normal.”

Department of Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato dela Peña (TOTO LOZANO/ Presidential Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)
Department of Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato dela Peña (TOTO LOZANO/ Presidential Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)

Secretary Fortunato Dela Pena unveiled the Vision-based Traffic Information and Analysis (TITAN) and Optimal Locations and Allocation of Personnel (OLAP) designed by De La Salle University during a program on DOSTv on Facebook.

TITAN is a web-interfaced system that can process day-time traffic from roadside surveillance cameras and generate useful traffic statistics such as vehicular count and vehicular speed.

OLAP provides a public transport service route design for Metro Manila with a manual that can be applicable to any region in the country.

TITAN uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) while OLAP employs big data analytics.

The target users of TITAN and OLAP are the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Department of Transportation, respectively.

 
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