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Network Management

Meet the Team: Simon Waterfall, Client Relationship Manager

April 2nd 2020 / Rachel F/ Links: Network Management News / Commentary

In this Q&A Simon explains his background in the industry, his role at Clearview Intelligence, and where he sees us heading in the future.

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New year, new you? How can we challenge the status quo in ourselves?

January 23rd 2020 / Andrew R/ Links: Network Management Wireless Vehicle Detection News / Commentary

Times are changing, and new technology and ideas are becoming more and more available and it is beholden to us all to explore new ways of solving the UK’s road challenges efficiently and effectively.

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Let’s take a look back at the best of the 2019 blogs

January 9th 2020 / Andrew R/ Links: Route Safety Network Management Journey Time Monitoring Wireless Vehicle Detection MIDAS News / Commentary

As we head into a new year we’ve taken one last opportunity to look back at your favourite 2019 Clearview blog posts. Here’s a handy top ten as a reminder of what was in our thoughts as we left the old decade behind.

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A new head office and Insight Hub innovation suite represents a new commitment from Clearview Intelligence

December 16th 2019 / Andrew R/ Links: Route Safety Enhanced Delineation Network Management

As the end of 2019 approaches it represents just over a year since Clearview Intelligence relocated our head office from Oxfordshire to join our product, research and development teams in Milton Keynes – and what a year it’s been.

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How to install an M100 Wireless Vehicle Detection Sensor

July 17th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Network Management Wireless Vehicle Detection

When comparing Clearview’s Wireless Vehicle Detection System to inductive loops one of the key benefits is the speed and ease of installation. Installing an M100 Sensor is quick and easy. The sensor can be installed, the resin cured, and the carriageway reopened all in 15 minutes. Read on to understand the wider benefits of this easy installation and see for yourself how to install an M100 Sensor in our demonstration video.

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Comparing inductive loops and wireless magnetometers for traffic signal control

March 21st 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Network Management Wireless Vehicle Detection

The inductive loop has become so integral to the management of traffic signals that many of us working in the highways industry may simply assume it’s the right solution to provide the vehicle detection needed for the traffic signal control systems VA, MOVA and SCOOT. Yet, having been introduced in the early 1960s technology has moved on and alternatives have been developed that provide options for a traffic signal engineer.

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The many uses of journey time data

February 7th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Network Management Journey Time Monitoring

You can gather journey time data from Bluetooth detectors, ANPR cameras, or it can be crowdsourced. Bluetooth detectors register a MAC address as a driver or passenger with a mobile phone passes a detector; ANPR cameras monitor licence plates; and crowdsourced data is generated by analysing the GPS locations transmitted by mobile phone and satellite navigation systems. The latter is our preferred method of generating journey time data, but why do you need journey time data and what can you use it for?

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When does new technology become part of the mainstream? The downs and ups of wireless vehicle detection

January 31st 2019 / Andrew R/ Links: Network Management Wireless Vehicle Detection

Early adopters take the risks of new ideas but see that as a necessary way of keeping ahead of competitors or the marketplace, and they know that where they lead others will soon follow. They also understand that by being ahead of the industry there may be bumps in the road along the adoption cycle as new technology beds in. Every product that involves technology will have unforeseen bugs that need ironing out; even Apple and Samsung sometimes find that being at the cutting edge of their industries comes with some complications. So, when technology comes along that is a disrupter to established ideas scrutiny can be harsh and sometimes even attract defensive and judgmental commentary.

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