Technical Documentation
Version 2022.3

Traffic Scenario

Analyze your traffic at your counting areas or intersections across cities or urban areas

Widget type options

In the Traffic scenario, there are no widgets created automatically after the creation of the process, but you can create the widgets as you need them
For traffic, there are the widget type options Traffic Counting and Origin-Destination Analysis available.
Traffic Counting
Origin Destination Analysis
Speed Estimation
Rule Trigger
You want to have information on your traffic based on the counts and classification of any object passing your counting area, then the Traffic Counting widget is exactly what you need.
First, you need to choose the Counting Lines you want to have the count from.
You can display the count of the traffic aggregated over the chosen time period and split by any direction. Another option you have at this widget is to display the modal split of your traffic, which shows the distribution of the different object classes. In case you have configured the Speed estimation for your counting line you will be able to retrieve the average speed per counting aggregation or even split the counts in different speed estimate ranges (10 km/h ranges).
The "Include average speed in data" toggle will only give you results in case you have configured speed estimation on the chosen Counting Line.
For analyzing an intersection in order to see how your traffic is moving across the intersection, you can use the Origin-Destination Analysis, which is based on the Intersection monitoring use case configuration.
You simply need to choose the widget type and choose your output format, and you see from the counts from an Origin to a Destination zone. You can display these in a dedicated output format called Chord diagram.
You want to get the average speed of your traffic over a given time period, then the Speed Estimation is the widget type to be chosen.
You simply need to choose the Counting Line where you have configured your speed estimates, choose a level of aggregation and you will get a line chart or table with the average speed over your chosen time period.
In case a rule has been created on the chosen cameras, there is the option to display how often the defined rule happened across a given time interval. Simply choose the widget type Rule trigger and the rule you would like to see the occurrence frequency. The data aggregation can be chosen according to the individual needs.