NEC, in partnership with Singapore public transport service provider SMRT Corporation, is using artificial intelligence (AI) to prevent bus accidents on the city-state’s roads.
The Japanese giant is taking historical data from a bus driver’s work records, telematics data produced by each bus, and observations made by on-board data scientists to determine whether a driver is likely to cause an accident in the next three months, and intervene before SMRT has to deal with the costly and potentially life-threatening aftermath.
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Addressing the Tech Leaders Forum 2017 on Monday, Mervyn Cheah, head and vice president of NEC Laboratories Singapore, explained that once an at-risk driver is identified, they are sent for further training.
“Buses on the road, sometimes they do create accidents and actually they will always react when they have an accident, you’ll send them for training,” he said.
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