SenSen's technology will be used to automate the enforcement of bylaws regarding traffic and parking on city streets, a process that is part of the City of Las Vegas' goal to become a smart city by 2025.
The deal is for the rollout and management of two SenForce mobile parking enforcement units and 80 Gemineye mobile units.
The Gemineye units be deployed in car parks, on enforcement vehicles (including Segways and Go4 scooters) and even on city officers.
SenSen CEO Subhash Challa said "Las Vegas is a flagship US city and SenSen is excited to be providing its world-leading AI and video analytics expertise in improving the amenity of the city's citizens by helping reduce traffic congestion and efficiently manage its parking."
"This is a major milestone for our business in the US. We expect operations will continue to grow as more and more forward-thinking cities seek Smart City intelligent transportation solutions."
The contract is the first commercial rollout of SenSen technology with a flagship US city customer, and the largest Gemineye implementation to date.
The five-year deal with the City of Las Vegas involves US$397,600 (approximately $638,000) for the systems, software and commissioning of the units (payable over the next four months as milestones are achieved), plus US$237,380 (approximately A$376,000) a year for software licensing, hardware maintenance and support services.
SenSen already has a collaborative services agreement with Chicago Parking Meters to improve parking space management efficiency in the City of Chicago.