The insights will enable mobility partners like commercial fleets to improve driver safety and post-crash survivability, according to CerebrumX. This partnership will enable RTC’s RoadMedic to upgrade post-crash crash assistance and emergency services powered by leveraging CerebrumX AI traffic data.
CerebrumX said its Augmented Deep Learning Platform (ADLP) uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to unlock embedded vehicle data in real-time, including Telemetry, Diagnostics, First Notice of Loss (FNOL), Driver Behaviours, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), from the automotive OEMs.
By converting this data into AI insights and sharing them with 9-1-1 first responders as and when a crash occurs, RTC and CerebrumX can reduce 9-1-1 response times while empowering data-driven 9-1-1 emergency response, according to the news release.
The joint solution will add to RoadMedic’s real-time 9-1-1 vehicular emergency data capabilities, to analyze traffic trends, and notify emergency responders in ways that’d comply with customers' safety concerns.
With accurate information on collisions, lane closures, congestion, and mobility trends, RTC will be able to dispatch response without delays, find the shortest routes to the site of the incident, and eliminate time-consuming manual processes for improved driver experience, according to CerebrumX.
“We are keen to actualize the integration of CerebrumX with next-generation 9-1-1 emergency services to equip first responders to make informed decisions during emergencies and take actions quickly following an incident”, said Kapil Arora, chief sales officer, at CerebrumX. “With our intelligent datasets and AI analysis, we are confident about improving driver and road safety through time-bound, effective, and life-saving decisions.”
RTC will also benefit from user-consented data insights from CerebrumX.
“We’re very proud to welcome CerebrumX as our newest RoadMedic ecosystem strategic partner as we continue RTC’s journey empowering automakers and commercial fleet operators to increase safety, reduce NG911 emergency services deployment costs, and shorten time-to-market for NG911 life-saving emergency response capabilities”, said Lawrence E. Williams, CEO/founder of RTC.