Viva data is helping Authorities across the UK optimize roads for sustainable travel. In this blog, Viva’s Flora McFarlane presents a series of case studies that show how councils are using data insights to make cycling a safer option for all.
The Government’s Air Quality Grant Scheme promises an allocation of at least £7m to English local authorities. In this blog learn how Viva traffic data can support air quality monitoring schemes.
‘Quality = Accuracy + Breadth + Robustness’ is the Perfect Equation There is an assumption that all data is created equal. This is simply not true. History is littered with technologies which provide “data”, but if you cannot trust the insights it is worthless. When it comes to city infrastructure, authorities who are making decisionsRead More
One of the frustrations with the analysis of air quality data is the lack of representative vehicle activity data. Such data has the potential to generate useful information on source apportionment and hence provide insights into the most effective mitigation measures that should be considered to understand urban air pollution and improve air quality. ThisRead More
In this webinar, Ricardo and a panel of invited guests discussed how government and business can successfully navigate the easing of lockdown – whilst managing the key factors that impact air quality, human health and the provision of transport going forward. Panellists: Stuart Sneddon, Associate Director, Air Quality, Ricardo David Carslaw, Knowledge Leader, Air PollutionRead More
Viva are delighted to win the ITS (UK) – Intelligent Transport Systems Award for Innovative Use of Technology with partners Transport for Greater Manchester and Immense for the Smart Junctions project! This initiative explores how machine learning can be used to improve traffic signal control and optimize the road network. This ground-breaking new system will give transport authorities unprecedented abilityRead More