Smart cities need smart technology along with smart ways to adopt that technology. With the increasing number of vehicles needed for everyday work and transportation, with personal transportation such as motorcycles, bicycles, scooters, and their electric equivalents, and the normal walking crowds in downtown areas, traffic monitoring and analysis is a major component of smart cities.
The most recent road safety report from the WHO (World Health Organization) notes that annual road traffic deaths have grown to 1.35 million—and is now the leading cause of death globally for individuals between the ages of 5 and 29. A disproportionate number of these fatalities
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