Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Recognizes AIWaysion for Collaborative Innovation Award!
Updated: Sep 20
This award recognizes our collaborative work deploying our Mobile Unit for Sensing Traffic (MUST) device for Yakama Nation. The MUST device was deployed at the Larue Rd. & U.S. 97 intersection in Toppenish, Washington - the deadliest intersections in the state. The project was a collaboration with Yakama Nation Department of Natural Resources, Yakama Nation, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), UW Star Lab, PacTrans Region 10 University Transportation Center, and NW Tribal Technical Assistance Program (NW TTAP) Center.
Watch USDOT Research and Technology's full video highlighting the Innovation Project award here: https://lnkd.in/g6u9-Z_h
We are grateful to Yakama Nation, and to Federal Highway Administration for this award, and we are proud to have contributed to the safety of the Yakama Nation community. We are committed to continuing to develop innovative traffic safety technologies that help to make our roads safer for everyone.
Special Thanks to: HollyAnna DeCoteau LittleBull, Portia Shields, Richard Dills, Dwayne Valentine, Yinhai Wang, Summer Derrey, Margo Hill, Wei Sun, Luyang Gong, and Kameron Greene.