Speed Sign (USA)
Welcome to the Speed Signs (USA) Map AI Trainer! In this guide, you will find information and examples of how to play Speed Sign (USA) Map AI Trainer.
There are 2 objectives to be accomplished when playing Speed Sign (USA):
- 1.Identify speed signs
- 2.If a sign is a speed sign, identify the speed displayed on the sign.
When you open the Speed Signs game, you will be presented with a single image and a bank of answer choices.
To get started, look at the image and identify if it is a speed sign. Speed limit signs will be either white or yellow and will have a numerical value displayed.
In the United States, speed signs fall into two categories:
- 1.Enforceable speed signs are white and will clearly state “Speed Limit”.
- 2.Advisory speed signs are yellow and will display an advisory speed for an upcoming traffic feature, such as a freeway exit ramp, or curve.
If the sign is a speed sign, select the answer choice that corresponds to the number displayed on the sign.
Not all signs with a numerical value are speed limit signs. For example, highway number signs or guide signs that display distances will have numbers but are not speed signs. Be sure to watch closely for these types of signs.
You may also come across other signs that are not speed limits at all. When you see a sign that is not a speed limit, select “Not A Speed Limit Sign” from the answer choice bank.
Occasionally, a speed sign may have a speed limit not listed in the answer choice bank. In this situation, manually enter the displayed limit into the “Other” box and click the blue arrow to submit.
If a sign is too blurry to clearly identify either the type of sign or the posted speed limit, you should select “Not Sure” from the answer choice bank. “Not Sure”: should be selected any time you cannot confidently identify the sign or posted speed limit.
Finally, in the event an image contains 2 speed limits, select the highest number.