Let us help you
Call +44 (0)1908 088008 or email us

  • Solutions
  • Applications
  • Products
  • Sectors
  • About
  • Contact

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

Working for a broad range of government, local authorities and private companies our solutions can be applied to many industries, organisations, and sectors.

We create intelligent solutions that make journeys work.

News / Commentary

Meet the Team: Chris Keenan, General Manager Scotland

November 22nd 2018 / MichelleC-H / Links: News / Commentary

In this article, Chris Keenan explains what’s involved in his role and discusses his journey from site supervisor to General Manager Scotland over the 12 years he's been with Clearview.

Read more

Council budgets are on the road to nowhere

November 15th 2018 / JemmaC / Links: News / Commentary

The financial pressure on local authorities is soaring and across the UK, local government reform is hitting the headlines as councils react to growing service demands and reducing budgets.

Read more

The future starts here

November 1st 2018 / JemmaC / Links: News / Commentary

Today marks a mini-milestone for Clearview Intelligence as it is the first blog to be delivered from our new office headquarters.

Read more

Active Road Studs: clear winners at the 2018 Highways and NTA Awards

October 18th 2018 / MichelleC-H / Links: News / Commentary Road Safety

SolarLite Active Road Studs have again been recognised as best in class at the 2018 Highways Awards, which took place last night. The multidisciplinary upgrade scheme on the A38 was the winner at last night’s Highways Awards. The judges commented that the scheme “Demonstrated the benefits of real collaboration to help improve a vital area of the strategic road network”.

Read more

Customer – Safety – Delivery: Driving innovation across the Highways England Network

September 13th 2018 / Shona / Links: News / Commentary

Highways England presentations at various recent transport industry events have repeatedly referred to the organisation’s three overarching imperatives: improving service to customers; making roads safer; and delivering the Road Investment Strategy. The development of collaborative relationships with the supply chain has been identified as one of the key enablers which will allow Highways England to successfully attain these goals. So, what do these three imperatives really mean, and how is the supply chain innovating and collaborating to proactively support Highways England to achieve these objectives?

Read more

ITS time for an integrated approach

September 6th 2018 / JemmaC / Links: News / Commentary

When the first cars made their debut on the UK’s roads in the 1890s, there was just an open highway for a handful of drivers to navigate. Fast forward 125 years and the scene is very different. There are now millions of cars utilising single highways, dual carriageways and motorways whilst conforming to traffic control measures such as traffic signals, speed enforcement and rights of way.

Read more

Diversity STEMs from equal opportunities

August 30th 2018 / JemmaC / Links: News / Commentary

This year has largely been touted as the year of the women. The gender pay gap, the #MeToo movement and 100th anniversary of the suffragettes winning the right (for some) women to vote have all dominated the headlines. With so much attention on diversity, why is it that certain industries are still struggling to recruit women despite a dedicated focus on gender equality?

Read more

Meet the team: Jean-Christophe Vangenot, Senior Solutions Manager – International

August 16th 2018 / MichelleC-H / Links: News / Commentary

In this article Jean-Christophe Vangenot, the Senior Solutions Manager for Clearview’s international presence tells us what his role entails. He discusses how he maintains relationships with our many distributors and the importance of building trust with the partners who represent our solutions around the world.

Read more

Smart thinking could improve drivers’ perception of smart motorway safety

July 19th 2018 / MichelleC-H / Links: News / Commentary

They were first introduced in 2006 to address increasing congestion and since then, Smart Motorways have been proven to improve journey time reliability and prevent fatalities. Despite the Government’s Road Investment Strategy championing Smart Motorways with a £3 billion investment to add an additional 240 miles of capacity, drivers still perceive smart motorways as unsafe. But why?

Read more
1 2 3 ... > >