Acusensus pioneers intelligent solutions that can be rapidly deployed to address road safety challenges.
Acusensus technology was used by the government of New South Wales, Australia in their world first program to enforce against illegal mobile phone use by drivers. Since using Acusensus fixed and trailer based cameras the rate of phone use has dropped six-fold and New South Wales has dramatically outperformed every other state in road fatality reduction over the past three years. New South Wales now has the lowest road fatalities per head of population of all the Australian states.
Acusensus’ advanced AI and hardware technology has led to other regional and world firsts, such as enabling the Queensland government’s world first camera enforcement program to ensure seatbelt compliance.More about Us
Acusensus provides advanced traffic enforcement solutions to change behaviours and prevent road trauma.
people are injured in road traffic crashes each year.
people die from road traffic crashes each year.
reduction of GDP can typically be attributed to road crashes.
of US fatalities involve the fatal five: speeding, seatbelts, fatigue, drugs/alcohol and distraction.
Multi-function Enforcement Solution
Acusensus Heads-Up uses patented technology to detect and capture prosecutable evidence of drivers illegally using mobile phones whilst driving. The solution additionally simultaneously captures evidence of other dangerous driver behaviours including seatbelt non-compliance and speeding (at a point or averaged over a distance).
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Alexander Jannink receives the Alex Gallacher Road Safety Award
Acusensus Founder and Managing Director, Alexander Jannink, is honoured today to receive the Alex Gallacher Road Safety Award, “The Alex”, bestowed by SARAH Group
Acusensus wins at ITS UK Awards
Acusensus is honoured to win the ITS (UK) – Intelligent Transport Systems Enforcement Scheme Award.
UK turns to Aussie traffic tech developer to nab dangerous drivers
Australian-developed smart traffic technology is being rolled out across United Kingdom roads to catch dangerous drivers using their mobile phones and not wearing seatbelts.