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Initial Research Report released on The LASR Approach

Initial Research Report released on The LASR Approach

The first report on The LASR Approach, a collaborative project with The Road Safety Trust, XAIS Asset Management, and Enodamus Ltd (of which ITEN member Helen Viner is Director) has been released. The report showcases their research into developing a new methodology...

Into the Future with Traffic and Travel Information

Into the Future with Traffic and Travel Information

Even before motorised transport, travellers always had a need for information such as: which paths were passable and safe; the location of staging posts and hostelries; and the time needed to complete a journey.  Originally this knowledge was informal and passed by...

Creating Cohesive Communities with Martin Lamb

Creating Cohesive Communities with Martin Lamb

ITEN member, Martin Lamb of Maple Consulting Ltd, has been working with Amey Consulting as part of a team that launched a report into 'Creating Cohesive Communities'. The “Creating Cohesive Communities” White Paper has been launched by Amey Consulting with the aim to...

ITEN Member Nick Reed Hosts ‘Meet Convex’ Event

ITEN Member Nick Reed Hosts ‘Meet Convex’ Event

On Thursday March 25th, a 'Meet Convex' event invited participants to learn more about a new mobility data sharing platform that has emerged as the result of an £8m UK Government supported project, led by Transport for West Midlands in a consortium with Bosch, Jaguar...

What Happened To Driverless Cars?

What Happened To Driverless Cars?

Five years ago, Uber predicted that they would have 200,000 driverless cars on the road by 2020. It's now 2021 and Uber are far off this predicted number. So, what happened? We've seen the hype around the phenomenon dissipate over the last five years as the industry...

Pragmatex Wins Funding For Project

Pragmatex Wins Funding For Project

ITEN member, Pragmatex Limited has won funding from the Geospatial Commission (in partnership with Innovate UK) to investigate the feasibility of using the latest consumer grade technology and artificial intelligence to automate the collection of footway and cycleway...

ITEN Member Professor Alan Stevens Co-Edits New Book

ITEN Member Professor Alan Stevens Co-Edits New Book

ITEN Member Prof Alan Stevens, has co-edited a new book which charts course of traffic and travel information. Collection and Delivery of Traffic and Travel Information, published by the IET, is a comprehensive 330-page look at an essential tenet of any successful ITS...

The impact on CAM from COVID-19 with Reed Mobility

The impact on CAM from COVID-19 with Reed Mobility

Since establishing in 2019, Reed Mobility has picked up a number of projects in the connected and automated mobility (CAM) space. Writing for *Zenzic, Director of Reed Mobility and ITEN member Nick Reed explores the impact of Covid-19 on CAM. In light of the COVID-19...

The Promise of Vehicle Automation

The Promise of Vehicle Automation

In June 2016, ITEN Member, Nick Reed took the stage at TEDxReading and addressed why vehicle automation was critical to the future of transportation, described some of the work that was being undertaken to enable automated vehicles to operate on our roads and explored why taking the driver out of the loop may create a whole new set of challenges.
The Need for Change in the Construction Industry

The Need for Change in the Construction Industry

In an article for Constructing Excellence in Wales, ITEN member Martin Lamb explore the notion that if the construction industry treated their staff and supply chain better, they would see multiple benefits in productivity, employee satisfaction and bottom line. 
Is an Automated Driving Revolution Upon Us?

Is an Automated Driving Revolution Upon Us?

“How do you start a revolution?” Those are the words of Graeme Smith, SVP of Oxbotica, who launched a showcase event for the Driven project – a 30-month study that aimed to deliver SAE L4 driving on the streets of London and Oxford. Reflecting on a conversation he had...

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