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Las Vegas awards £2m contract to SenSen smart city technology

The City of Las Vegas has awarded SenSen a £2 million contract to provide intelligent transport systems and smart technology over the next five years.

SenSen, an Australian based technology company, will be assisting the City of Las Vegas in improving safety and reducing congestion through automating the enforcement of hundreds of bylaws associated with regulating traffic and parking on city streets.

SenSen’s proprietary AI and video analytics software won the tender process showcasing Gemineye, SenSen’s smart phone-based AI solution, and SenFORCE, SenSen’s automated and mobile by-law enforcement solution.

Dr Subhash Challa, SenSen chief executive, said: “We're excited to be providing AI and video analytics expertise in improving the amenity of the City’s citizens by helping reduce traffic congestion and efficiently manage its parking.

“We expect operations will continue to grow in the US as more cities seek Smart City intelligent transportation solutions.”

Under the ‘Innovate Vegas’ program, the City of Las Vegas has already invested in smart infrastructure, having charted a course to become a Smart City by 2025.

Within its Innovation District, the city is working to create a place where intelligent transportation systems and smart technology operate to provide services efficiently to the 650,000 residents and 42 million visitors.

The City is seeking to improve the interoperability among all public service sectors: transportation, energy, public works, facilities, and public safety/law enforcement through open-source data sharing, real-time data analytics and decision support. 

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