According to NtechLab CEO Alexey Palamarchuk, the solution will be able to analyze data every five minutes and provide operational information about the density at stops. In addition, customers will be able to receive information via a special Telegram bot.

The first implementation is planned to be carried out in test mode in Sochi and the Krasnodar region. The AI ​​system will not only help optimize existing routes, but also contribute to the planning of transport infrastructure of new areas.

Palamarchuk noted that the new solution will be useful in combating “grey” routes and improving public transport in the regions. Representatives of the company emphasized that the implementation of such technology is actively expected in regions where modern management and planning of urban transport is required.

Source: Ferra

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