VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- Aug. 20, 2021
-- Globally, fatal pedestrian accidents have become a significant issue, even in countries with well-established traffic management systems. Over the years, several advances in traffic light technology have been proposed to address the problem. However, nothing could resolve the issue, and no constructive changes were made to improve the systems' visual warning semantics. Typically, there is the standard three-light system for traffic signals that everyone is familiar with. The lights are usually six inches in diameter and can be hard to see for vehicle operators, especially in a busy urban environment. Besides, the traditional traffic lights are overshadowed by sizable electronic advertising signs or sometimes covered by trees. It is very challenging for motorists to focus at these intersections because of the minimal and very limited visibility of lights.
Canada is among only seven industrialized countries where the pedestrian fatality rate continues to rise. Distracted driving, lack of law enforcement and limited signal vision are to blame for the increase in pedestrian-motorist accidents. More than 300 pedestrians are killed every year at road intersection collisions in Canada, and many more have died or been injured from traffic light accidents. Light Crossing Technology Corp. is proud to introduce LightXing as an innovative technology for reducing the number of road collisions at intersections. In its essence, LightXing is a hologram traffic light. Each major crossroad will project a giant hologram instead of a tiny red light. The field covered will be from one side of the road to the other, ensuring no spaces are left uncovered where any object could go through undetected. The new technology will reduce the number of accidents and make collisions at intersections a lot less frequent.About Light Crossing Technology Corp.
: Light Crossing Technology Corp. provides an innovative, unique solution engineered to decrease the number of accidents and make collisions at intersections a lot less frequent, introducing a safe and efficient traffic signal system in an environmentally responsible and cost-effective manner. (https://lightcrossing.technology/