Vision AI and spatial analytics Hayden AI has entered a partnership with Snapper Services, creators of the Mosaiq Transit Intelligence Suite. Goal of the collaboration? Enhancing data analysis for public transport providers.

By leveraging Hayden AI’s mobile perception platform installed on buses for transit zone enforcement and Mosaiq Insights, Snapper’s analytics platform, the partnership will unlock insights for transit agencies from new and existing data sources.

Hayden AI goes with Snapper

Both companies specialize in delivering actionable data intelligence for transport authorities. Hayden AI’s vision AI platform is installed on hundreds of transit buses for automated bus lane and bus stop enforcement. Snapper’s Mosaiq platform is utilized by transport providers globally to understand trends impacting punctuality and service delivery. Together, the companies will offer robust data analyses for transit agencies in one package, they say.

“Hayden AI’s vision AI platform gives transit agencies a highly location-accurate understanding of where illegal parking obstructions of bus lanes and bus stops occur. We’re excited to take that understanding a level deeper with Mosaiq’s analysis tools,” said Chris Carson, founder and CEO of Hayden AI. “Through this partnership, we can show our customers how illegal parking events impact transit service – and how changes in driver behavior resulting in fewer illegal parking events improves service reliability and road safety.”

“Mosaiq Insights does the heavy lifting to analyze on-time performance, then presents it back in intuitive dashboards to help transit authorities and operators pinpoint the highest priority areas for improvement in their network. Mosaiq makes it easy for transit authorities and operators to understand where delays and early running are happening. By partnering with Hayden AI, we are empowering analysts to discover why those delays are occurring, so they can take meaningful steps to improve the passenger experience” said Miki Szikszai, CEO of Snapper Services.

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