We are an early-stage startup located in Pasadena, CA.
The Streetscope traffic hazard measure identifies both safety and operational improvement opportunities for fleet operators, system developers, and insurance.
Our continuous traffic hazard measure generates a rich store of near miss information that can be used to assess and improve safety in ways crash data and OBD / cell-phone telemetry cannot.
Today, mobility operators collect coarse data to manage the safety of their fleets, drivers, and cargos. Critical events such as accidents, while consequential to those involved, occur so infrequently that they can’t be used in any fine-grained analysis. A focus on near-misses, because they occur so frequently, allows for a richer set of actions and conclusions that can positively impact the safety and financial outcomes of fleet operators.
We produce a real-time quantification of traffic hazards from existing on-board video sensors. The Streetscope Hazard Measure™ is a continuous measure of relative hazard, for vehicle developers or fleet operators to understand potential hazards during vehicle operation. The measure can be computed in real-time, offering feedback on the safety of the vehicle behavior, assessments across historical data, the relative hazard of routes, etc.
We are introducing a physics-based traffic hazard measure that can serve as a credible independent tool to evaluate the safety of all mobility systems—whether driven by humans or computers—while being used by the diversity of stakeholder groups necessary to make automated mobility safe and acceptable.
Analytics and system engineering processes derived from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory make these data more useful for decision making purposes, including risk-based trade tools. Streetscope can enable fleet operators to optimize fleet safety using math and physics-based tools and a finer degree of detail than previously possible. Streetscope can enable fleet operators to optimize fleet safety using physics-based tools.