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Picture of Viva team running an e-scooter trial

E-scooter detection and behavior insights

Comprehensive e-scooter data is vital to creating a safe, sustainable and inclusive multimodal transport network that supports both Net Zero and Vision Zero goals.

Viva Smart Junctions tackles traffic congestion and air pollution with computer vision sensor

Tackling Traffic Congestion and Pollution with AI and Smart Junctions

Tackling congestion requires a collaborative effort. One that joins technological advancements with schemes and campaigns that simultaneously encourage behavior changes and introduce physical changes – driven by data – to enable such change. Our Smart Junctions solution for traffic signal optimisation demonstrated a 23% reduction in journey times.

Transport Technology Forum: Annual Conference 2021, Wed 3rd-Fri 5th March

This years TTF Annual Conference will focus on the challenges the transport industry is facing following the Covid-19 crisis. Each session will feature experts discussing around particular theme, with opportunities for questions and interaction at the end of each session. Our CEO, Mark Nicholson, will be participating in ‘The New Shape of Traffic’ session onRead More

Sifted: 10 startups working on sustainable alternatives to everyday transportation

European investors are finally seeing the value in innovative green solutions. And nowhere is there a greater need to introduce environmentally friendly technologies than the fastest growing source of global emissions: the transportation industry. As countries, cities and businesses around the world are making strong sustainability pledges, a rush of green transport startups has arrived to workRead More

Viva Smart Junction Projects Win ITS (UK) Award for Innovative use of Technology

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