With Zonal Speed datasets it’s possible to identify where speed limits are or are not being obeyed. Our AI-powered, computer vision sensors offer multi-modal classification of road users and their speed.
Active travel is fast becoming the ‘go-to’ method of travelling. A couple of months ago, TfL and London Councils chose operators Dott, Lime and TIER to launch a 12-month trial for rental e-scooters. It signals yet another post-pandemic ambition to move towards sustainable travel, and this micromobility shift bolts onto the significant rise in activeRead More
The recent pandemic has created an opportunity for innovation in how urban mobility takes place, making room for better, safer and more reliable ways to move people and goods around, using big data to answer the big questions in transportation. The Hill+Knowlton Strategies team in London organised a virtual roundtable with experts in urban mobilityRead More
‘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
Our CEO Mark Nicholson talks to Auto Futures about how Viva came about, our traffic sensor technology and plans for the future. Our ‘Smart Junctions’ are able to identify different types of road users at selected junctions and control traffic signals to promote more sustainable modes of transport, such as cyclists and buses. “With moreRead More
Delighted to get a mention in this round-up by Venturers Club regarding data privacy, something we take very seriously here at Viva and place at the very heart of our operation. Peter Mildon, COO of Viva, agreed with the notion of explainability easing the process of gaining trust when drawing from experience in applying machine learningRead More