Canada is among only seven industrialized countries, with the pedestrian death rate continue raising. Distracted driving, lack of law enforcement and limited signal vision are the blame for the rise. More than 300 pedestrians are killed every year in road intersections collisions in Canada, and many more have died or been injured from traffic light accidents.
Besides, the traditional traffic lights are overshadowed by sizeable electronic advertising signs, sometimes covered by the trees. It is very challenging for motorists to focus on these intersections because of a minimal and very limited vision of lights.
Our Mission is to decrease the number of accidents and make collisions at intersections a lot less frequent, providing a safe and efficient traffic signal system in an environmentally responsible and cost-effective manner.
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To understand the hologram traffic walls principle, let's start with the question "What is a holography"? Holography is the method to record patterns of light. A Hologram is a photographic recording of a light field rather than an image formed by a lens. It is used to display a fully three-dimensional image of the photographed subject, which is seen without special glasses or other intermediate optics.
Therefore, we believe hologram traffic lights will reduce the number of road collisions on intersections. Each major crossroad will be equipped with a hologram wall instead of a small signal light. It will cover the entire crosswalk zone, ensuring excellent recognition for the road operators. A highly visible hologram system will increase roads' safety and bring more attention to pedestrians and drivers.
The hologram system is based on plasma laser beam technology. It creates a Virtual holographic wall, forcing vehicle operators to obey the signal. The principle is formed on a laser projector that glows red or a shield that changes direction to stop either traffic and give way to pedestrians. The red screen is well visible from a distance. The system will have a set of four signals at each intersection. Each alert includes visual graphics indicating if it's safe to cross or not.