Meeting the evolving transport needs of citizens and businesses.
Regional and local authorities are responsible for the implementation of transport and infrastructure policy. They are tasked with improving the experience of the travelling public, there are aims to decrease congestion, ease air pollution, enhance safety and promote sustainable transport – all whilst keeping up with the integration of new technologies, such as connected and automated vehicles.
Councils are under pressure to successfully implement strategies, but often have a limited ability to understand the current landscape – with funding applications often rejected due to insufficient evidence of need – or to demonstrate schemes have the desired effect.
Authorities are using Vivacity data to support improvements in both infrastructure and active travel initiatives, along with monitoring, measuring and reporting on the results.
Empowering traffic managers and transport planners with insight to adapt road networks for the future.
Our AI sensors provide automated, continuous and anonymous streams of data on all forms of mobility – from pedestrian to cyclist, car to HGV, and everything in-between. We enable analysis of transportation types, multimodal travel trends and vehicle interactions, along with road and pathways usage, speeds and journey times.
With detailed, historic insight to understand exactly how road space is being used, and real-time data and technology that can adapt quickly to changing traffic conditions, network strategies can be efficiently implemented at both local and regional levels. And, all this data is from the same system to maximise investment value and return.
At Vivacity, privacy is at the heart of everything we do. We believe strongly that keeping citizens’ data secure and private is critical to the success of this technology. We have designed our solutions from the ground up to guarantee the privacy of every citizen, utilising privacy-by-design principles. Our sensors do not collect personal data, and none of our clients can use our technologies to gather any kind of personal data, ever.