What is Smart Mobility? At Clearview Intelligence, we might say that it is an ecosystem made up of a large number of parts that deliver safer, more accessible, environmentally friendly and sustainable, intelligent and connected transport systems that are both efficient and effective.Find out more
Investment in active travel has increased significantly over the last few years as the UK government looks to fund alternative modes of travel so we become less reliant on the car and find ways of decarbonising our highway and transport network.Find out more
While alternative modes of travel are becoming more popular, the car will continue to dominate most people’s daily travel in the immediate future. Recently the UK has seen the highest number of HGVs on our roads for 30 years, therefore understanding and managing the flow of traffic around the strategic, urban and rural networks is crucial to combatting congestion and ensuring the safety of all road users.Find out more
Effective delineation can deliver improved safety across our networks. From the centre or at the edges of carriageways to junctions, roundabouts, cycleways, footpaths and level crossings. The use of active road studs can influence the way people drive by improving alignment awareness and understanding of road width - helping their driving position on the road - keeping them centred.Find out more
Road hazards come in many shapes and forms. Where we are driving makes a big difference to the types of road hazards that we can expect to see and also look to manage. We recognise that residential areas differ from rural areas, motorways differ to urban environments, however the one thing road hazards have in common is the risk to road users which can often be identified, warnings provided, and road safety improved.Find out more
The typical driver spends over 100 days of their life searching for a parking space, time that could be spent elsewhere: with family and friends, running errands, shopping, working, starting meetings on schedule… The hunt for a parking space can be stressful and put people off shopping or visiting certain places.Find out more
Environmental monitoring can help us to understand environmental trends, identify variations, understand where changes are needed, inform and advise road users (through outputs to variable message signs for example), determine the success of our schemes and confirm whether or not environmental goals have been achieved.Find out more
In addition, new ways of working, the need to improve air quality and a focus on health and wellbeing also play their part in transport planning and how we choose to travel. As such, we have seen the development of school zones, improved active travel infrastructure and multi-modal transport plans. The future will also see Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) come to the fore, creating further changes to how our networks are used and how they need to operate.
Our solutions help clients to understand and influence the changes in traffic demand, customer behaviour and how people travel, enabling safe and effective multi-modal transport infrastructure – key elements of the Smart Mobility agenda.
Clearview provides a range of off the shelf technology and products such as traffic counters and active road studs whilst also working with clients and partners to develop bespoke technology solutions that overcome the changing demands faced by transport managers .
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Insight™ is our Data Management platform and provides a suite of applications for the monitoring, management, reporting and analysis of multi-modal transport systems and associated environments. Utilising data from a variety of sources, including loT Sensors and API Services, Insight can be used standalone or as part of a Smart Cities platform.
Connex™ is our modular hardware platform, designed with the ability to be extended to support new functionality and future requirements. The Connex hardware platform is easily integrated into third party systems through the provision of a common architecture and open standards interface.
Providing variable warnings to drivers based on speed and gap measurement to reduce incidents on the A701 between Amisfield and M74.
Incident prevention through vehicle activated warning signs at the A702 bridge in Coulter.
Use of Insight Journey Time application improves traffic flows around stadium venue.
Virtual journey time monitoring application saves on resource and costs for road improvement modelling.
Journey Time Monitoring application delivers accurate average speed information through roadworks without the cost, time and risk of deploying infrastructure at the roadside.
How magnetometer technology helped solve a MIDAS radar challenge on the M5.
Magnetometers are used to remove the need for long and costly diversion routes on the A14.
Duplicate MIDAS sites that feed into the new CHARM system use magnetometers to solve delivery installation challenge and remove additional customer diversion time.