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Centralized Data Management Improves Traffic Flow

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Centralized Data Management Improves Traffic Flow

A city in Zhejiang, China, has seen its economy develop rapidly in recent years. As a result, local traffic has become much heavier, leading to an increase in vehicle accidents and traffic violations. The city government needed better ways to monitor and manage local traffic to provide better transportation services to the public. Taking a data-driven approach to the problem, the local traffic department installed more than 1,000 digital monitoring devices in the city’s key checkpoints. These devices capture images and video data continuously. The traffic department now faces a terabyte of data each month. The increasing amount of traffic data now poses challenges in the city’s ability to effectively manage traffic.

• Enable centralized management of traffic data. Centralize access to image and video traffic data stored in the data centers of different divisions. Centralize access to traffic management facilities, equipment, and application systems.
• Optimize utilization of massive data. Store vehicle monitoring data for as long as possible to give information support for departments such as public security, criminal investigation, economic investigation, and front-line police.
• Improve traffic flow across the city. Enhance dispatch capability for dealing with various kinds of emergencies and accurately forecast traffic patterns.

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