Research News: Digital twins and 3D information modeling in a smart city for traffic controlling: A review

Advancements in artificial intelligence technology offer opportunities for intelligent development in geospatial-related research. Geospatial artificial intelligence (GeoAI) combines geospatial and artificial intelligence to solve problems related to engineering and decision-making through intelligent reasoning about the earth and geospatial data. One of its most significant applications is in intelligent transportation systems. By utilizing remote sensing satellite data, population movement location big data, and vehicle operation track data, it can support the training of AI models and the development of new algorithms.

Recently, researchers conducted an interesting study that utilized 3D and digital twin technology in the field of smart transportation. For more details, you can read about it here.