The implementation of a system of automatic incident detection (AID) based on video images.
What does AID stand for?
AID stands for Automatic Incident Detection
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We have 248 other meanings of AID in our Acronym Attic
- Associazione Italiana Dislessia (Italian: Italian Dyslexia Association)
- Attention Interrupt Device
- Audio Intelligence Device
- Audit Information System
- Ausländer in Deutschland (newspaper)
- Authoring Instructional Materials Program
- Auto-Immune Disease
- AUTODIN Interface Device
- Automatic Implantable Defibrillator
- Automatic in Decomposition (US DoD)
- Automatic Interaction Detector
- Auxiliary Input Device (Compaq)
- Avionics Integrated Development
- Association Internationale pour la Democratie en Afrique
- Automatic implantable defibrillator model B
- Accessible Information on Development Activities
- Advanced Image and Data Archiving
- Advanced Interface Database Application (Siemens)
- Air Base Damage Assessment
- Air Interdiction Design Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
Directed and financed by the French Ministry of Equipment, it is the largest traffic monitoring project of its type ever implemented in Europe and the first to fully utilize automatic incident detection (AID) applications.
Citilog, a leading provider of intelligent real time video monitoring and surveillance solutions for traffic, transportation, security and safety management throughout the world, today announced its Automatic Incident Detection (AID) software version 6.
For ten years Citilog has been recognized worldwide for the quality of its products in the field of Automatic Incident Detection.
The Autoscope video detection system provides important information such as traffic data and automatic incident detection for transportation systems worldwide.
These use video signals from CCTV cameras to detect vehicles and have applications in automatic incident detection, intersection control, traffic data collection and video surveillance on cameras to enhance safety and security of the road infrastructure.
The Luxemburg additions will cover a northern portion of the Luxemburg highway network, and include automatic incident detection cameras.
A particular focus is on automatic incident detection, recording, and notification.