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Our innovative solutions harness intelligence to transform operator and driver behaviour, making travel easy, efficient and safe.

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Observations, news and opinion on all aspects of the industry, straight from the keyboards of us here at Clearview Intelligence.

How to save lives through a targeted approach to road safety

October 19th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: Road Safety

Last month's Reported road casualties in Great Britain: 2016 annual report revealed a 4% increase in the number of reported road deaths. While this is not a large increase, it represents yet another year of no improvement in safety on our roads. The trend for the number of fatalities on the UK’s roads has remained largely flat since 2010 with an average of five people killed in road accidents every day. At Clearview, we support the many initiatives to bring this figure down.

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Monitoring the health of hospital car parks

October 12th 2017 / Shona / Links: Parking

Much of the stress caused by hospital parking is avoidable. Hospitals need to make the parking experience as painless as possible for patients and visitors by providing clear and accessible information on parking charges and policy, sources of financial support, and the availability of passes, permits or season tickets for regular users. But management also needs to understand exactly how parking zones are being used in order to effectively manage and maintain this important estate asset and revenue stream.

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Driving efficiency into your road planning

October 5th 2017 / AndrewR / Links: Congestion Journey Predictability

In the highways industry, there is, quite rightly, a well-worn path of using Consultants to advise on best practice. And there is nothing wrong with this approach as long as you are sure the Consultants are knowledgeable on the latest thinking and open minded to trying new ideas.

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Three ways that universities can improve their parking acumen

September 28th 2017 / Shona / Links: Parking

Across the Higher Education sector, universities are having to become increasingly streamlined, find new ways to exploit their estates to maximise income, and secure alternative funding streams outside of the traditional routes. Driving efficiency, reducing costs, maintaining and improving the estate, and increasing the commercial income are key areas of focus.

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Split the cost, share a lift: how car sharing benefits both businesses and car owners

September 21st 2017 / HeidiM / Links: Congestion Parking

A car sharing scheme can benefit both businesses and car owners alike. One of the main benefits to car sharing is that you are cutting down on energy usage and reducing your own carbon footprint.

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Signalling the way forward for traffic controls

September 14th 2017 / Shona / Links: Congestion Road Safety Transforming Behaviour

After the summer hiatus, the JCT Symposium always signals the start of the next round of events for us here at Clearview Intelligence. JCT takes place at the University of Warwick every September and offers a unique opportunity for traffic signal engineers to exchange knowledge, experience and good practice. This year, our multi-award winning intelligent road stud scheme on the Sheriffhall Roundabout near Edinburgh will be the focus of a presentation by Richard Llewellyn of the Transport Research Institute (TRI) at Edinburgh Napier University.

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How to get a good return from your road safety investment

September 7th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: Road Safety

The Reported road casualties in Great Britain: 2016 annual report revealed a 4% increase in the number of road deaths compared to 2015. 1,792 people were killed and 24,101 people were seriously injured in reported road traffic accidents in 2016. Improvements in the number of deaths on our roads have stagnated since 2010 and the introduction of austerity budgets. With reduced budgets, how can you make the case for continuing to invest in road safety initiatives?

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Meet the Solutions Team

August 30th 2017 / HeidiM / Links: News

Our solutions team has a wide range of skills, all sharing one very important goal – to use our experience and expertise to deliver the best possible solution for the benefit of our clients.

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Connected cities need connected car parks

August 24th 2017 / Shona / Links: Parking

A ‘connected city’, also known as a ‘smart city’, relies on an intelligent infrastructure which utilises the wealth of innovation and technologies created by Internet of Things (IoT) and applies them to urban needs. There is a plethora of new and emerging devices and equipment that can sense the environment and / or their own status, send data, and even receive commands - the data that they create and collate enables organisations and individuals to better navigate ‘the real world’ by predicting trends and providing real-time information and guidance.

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