There are two elements to your mission:
In my experience:
48 hours is an unreliable window.
1 hour is more reliable but not infallible.
Live feeds provide superior intelligence.
Unless you are off-road, you have at your disposal an incredible number of live feed “traffic cams” that you can surveil manually or autonomously. For example in Austria ASFINAG Webcams | ASFINAG . If you are off-road you can use a combo of town/place and traffic cam info.
You can easily map available web cams to your rally route, across Germany, Austria and Slovenia and observe them live as the rally unfolds.
Also many traffic cam networks have live alerts, you can subscribe to. Accident warning, congestion, flooding etc.
Intelligence, Decision Support
Armed the dates of and route of your rally, you can usually request via API, historical data for the last few years for those cameras you wish to target, or simply start sampling currently live feeds now. The weather regularly cycles through good, bad and ugly weather events.
You can use your AI library to machine learn common conditions per camera.
Classifying the conditions into actionable categories:
- status red (danger), possible actions - pause/stop the rally, re-route the rally
- status yellow (caution) possible actions - impose speed limit, impose mandatory rest breaks, require special equipment (chains etc).
- status green (clear) possible actions - proceed as scheduled
The events insurance would still likely require the advanced rider/car proceed the actual rallygoers.
Don’t rely on AI in year 1 of using it, but rather use it in addition to observational decision support.
AI is likely overkill given what is already at your fingertips but a great fun exercise nonetheless.
Kind regards, Andrew