Real-time Monitoring of Social Distancing
At dRISK we’re using our autonomous driving expertise to help you navigate the COVID-19 pandemic safely.
How busy is it at Oxford Circus right now?
Click on our map below to find out.
Plan your journey in London more safely with our map. Find out how quiet (or busy) your destination is right now.
The busiest locations are displayed in red.
Click on any dot to reveal all available data for pedestrian and traffic activity, along with recommendations for when these locations are usually quietest.
A data-driven assessment of social distancing
In some places the built environment makes it difficult to follow social distancing guidelines. Our technology detects when and where people are unable to maintain a safe distance between each other and can provide you with an overview of how effective your mitigation measures are. dRISK provides advise to government authorities and businesses on how to create safe spaces, for example, by widening pavements or implementing one-way systems in retail or office environments.
The dRISK system for social distancing predicts distances between pedestrians with a single monocular CCTV camera. One metre ‘bubbles’ are shown around pedestrians, indicating the currently advised 2 metre separation boundaries. Where these boundaries are violated, a blue colour is shown. The system can recognise family units and can be adapted to different governmental social distancing guidelines.