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Roads for a modern Britain — a review of this year’s Highways UK event

November 16th 2017 / AndrewR / Links: News / Commentary Road Safety Smart Cities

Last week Clearview Intelligence joined the great and good of the highways industry at the NEC for the Highways UK show. Hosted by Highways England the show is growing in size each year and is clearly becoming a major annual event on the calendar.

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Intelligent mobility, smart cities, smart highways, IoT, MaaS, what's the latest buzzword and why do we keep changing it?

March 16th 2017 / WayneS / Links: News / Commentary Smart Cities Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Internet of Things

Over the course of the past ten years, and maybe longer, the ITS industry has attracted buzzwords like the M25 attracts cars (can ITS be classified as a buzzword too?). There's been a lot of them, all of which seem to promise the next giant leap into the future. But is this a bad thing?

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LoRaWhat? LoRaWAN and its application to Intelligent Transport Systems

February 16th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: News / Commentary Smart Cities Internet of Things

We recently held a one-day hackathon to better understand LoRaWAN technology and how it can be applied to what we do here at Clearview Intelligence. But before delving into what we learnt, let’s be clear on what LoRaWAN is and why it’s relevant to Intelligent Transport Systems.

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The Car as a Sensor

August 18th 2016 / MichelleC-H / Links: Smart Cities Connected & Autonomous Vehicles

Today’s cars come with on-board computers as standard and can process up to 25 gigabytes of data an hour. These capabilities were developed in the 1980s to reduce emissions and improve car diagnostics, but now present an exciting further opportunity. Combining on-board computing capabilities in cars with the advances in wireless networks and data handling contributing to the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), the car has the opportunity to be the most advanced real-time sensor we have.

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Road users in the UK can benefit from open data, making journeys work

June 23rd 2016 / Marketing / Links: Smart Cities

Open data is quite simply “data that anyone can use and share”, whilst big data is seen as using large amounts of data which is not always available for everyone to use. So the concepts are similar in that for both, the data is being used to gain insight and inform decision making, but there may be limits on how big data is accessible to all.

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Events season is upon us!

May 5th 2016 / AndrewR / Links: Smart Cities Parking News Events

Whilst we cannot say the events industry ever hibernates it's good to see some of the major 2016 industry events are now on the near horizon.

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Great start, now let's keep pushing our thinking forward

April 28th 2016 / AndrewR / Links: Congestion Smart Cities Data Management News Journey Predictability Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Transforming Behaviour

We were pleased to see the recent announcement by Highways England on how it intends to spend £150M on testing new technology across the strategic road network over the next five years, in their new Innovation Strategy.

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Are government budgets keeping pace with the growth of smart cities?

March 31st 2016 / AndrewR / Links: News / Commentary Smart Cities

As a leading exponent of smart cities and the expansion of smart city technologies, here at Clearview Traffic we've been reviewing some of the recent news items on the subject of government budgets and their use.

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Specification versus solutions -- can the ITS industry find a middle ground?

March 24th 2016 / AndrewR / Links: News / Commentary Smart Cities

It could be argued that traditionally, the ITS industry has always been specification-led, and here at Clearview Traffic we've been looking at this.

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