Axilion has built a unique, AI-based Digital Twin platform that generates real-time traffic insights and optimized traffic plans, enhancing urban livelihood and creating a smoother and greener way to move around the city. Axilion’s X Way suite of AI Cloud Services (SaaS), available from Microsoft Azure, captures real-time data to create a Digital Twin of the city in the Azure Cloud. Through Axilion’s extraordinary technology, cities can strike a better balance between traffic, transit, and pedestrians; reach their carbon emission goals, and create safer streets.
Axilion’s X Way suite of AI Cloud Services: X Way Pulse captures an entire road-network from a road user’s perspective through AI Mobile Edge cameras. Data is streamed from the Edge to the Cloud to identify traffic patterns & issues; highlight road-users & safety hotspots X Way Twin models real-world traffic conditions to create a Digital Twin of the city, which enables city-wide mobility to be immediately analyzed and optimized X Way Neural uses Deep Reinforcement Learning AI technology and the power of the Digital Twin to continuously study city-wide mobility, resulting in optimized signal traffic plans that better serve all road users and streamline traffic.
Unique Digital Twin and proprietary AI algorithms. The Digital Twin is also continually calibrated with real time data Provides full road coverage, and provides road visibility like never before Focuses on all modes of transport, including pedestrians, cyclists and scooter uses Is easy to deploy and maintain and maximizes existing infrastructure Axilion’s technology has already been proven to help cities: Reduce traffic-related emissions, Eliminate peak-time traffic congestion Prioritize eco-friendly travel modes Cut journey time by up to 40% Swiftly adapt to changing travel patterns Quote from a Moshe Leon, Mayor, City of Jerusalem: “Together with Axilion, we’ve accomplished our goals of reducing carbon emissions in the city center by motivating residents to choose public transportation—all while increasing pedestrian safety and overall mobility systems effectiveness.”