GoodVision's Video Insights platform can classify traffic objects (meaning vehicles and non-motorized units) into 8 distinct classes. Every traffic video, no matter if it's a road scene or a pedestrian zone, will be processed with this full classification set on the output. GoodVision adheres to UK Classification Scheme and US FHWA scheme. 

Our current classification scheme contains following classes:


People on foot, skateboards, roller-blades, walkers, on wheelchairs, etc.


Cars, taxis and all passenger-carrying vehicles, including those that pull light trailers, sedans, coupes, station wagons, SUVs, limousines, etc.

3. VAN (LGV)

Car type delivery vans and those of the next larger carrying capacity such as transit vans. Included here are small pickups and ambulances. Also includes LGVs towing a trailer or caravan.

4. TRUCK - OGV 1
OGV 1 Truck group includes all large rigid vehicles with two or three axles over 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight -larger rigid vehicles with two or three axles.

All rigid vehicles with four or more axles and all articulated vehicles (OGV 2). 

6. BUS

All passenger-carrying buses, including school buses, minibuses and articulated buses.


Motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds, and three-wheel motorcycles.


 All types of pedal cycles and those carrying one or more passengers. 

GoodVision recognizes individual vehicle categories by the appearance of the traffic object on the scene, using the advanced Artificial Intelligence algorithms. Classification is not limited by the camera view, by size of the vehicles or if the vehicles are in motion or not. Our classification scheme is constantly enlarged with new vehicle classes. Categorization of other non-listed vehicle sub-classes follows the table below:

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