The essence of our computer vision engine's ability to detect and classify lies in its models.

Which model should I use?

Have a look at our documentation for use cases (Traffic Insights, Parking Insights, Advanced Traffic Insights), we recommend a model for each use case. If unsure, use the model Traffic & Parking (Standard).

Traffic & Parking (Standard and Accuracy+)

Class Definition

Event will contain class and subclass according to this definition.

The following images are intended as examples only and are not supposed to provide information about exact camera distances or perspectives.



Cars include small to medium sized cars up to SUVs, Pickups and Minivans (for example VW Caddy).

The class does not include cars pulling a trailer.



Vans are vehicles for transporting a larger number of people (between 6 and 9) or used for delivery.


car with trailer

Cars and vans that are pulling a trailer of any kind are defined as car with trailer.

For a correct classification the full car and at least one of the trailer axis have to be visible.


single unit truck

Single unit trucks are defined as large vehicles with two or more axes where the towing vehicle can not be separated from the semi-trailer and is designed as single unit.


articulated truck

Articulated trucks are large vehicles with more than two axes where the towing vehicle can be separated from the semi-trailer. A towing vehicle without a semi-trailer is not included and is classified as single unit truck.


truck with trailer

Single unit trucks or articulated trucks pulling an additional trailer are defined as truck with trailer.



A bus is defined as vehicle transporting a large number of people.



The class motorbike is defined as a person riding a motorized single-lane vehicle. Motorbikes with a sidecar are included, whereas e-bikes are not part of this class.

Motorbikes without a rider are not considered.



The class bicycle is defined as a person actively riding a bicycle. People walking and pushing a bicycle are not included in this class and are considered as person.

Bicycles without a rider are not considered.



The class person includes pedestrians that are walking or riding Segways, skateboards, etc. are defined as pedestrians.

People pushing bicycles or strollers are included in this class.


The class scooter includes a person riding on a so-called kick scooter, which can either be motorized or human-powered. The scooter usually exists out of two wheels and a handlebar.


The class tram is a public transportation vehicle operating on tracks along streets or dedicated tramways. Trams are typically electrically powered, drawing electricity from overhead wires.



Vehicles not matching the classes above are considered in the class other.

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