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SimplifAI Urban Mobility Management System Receives Near-€1m Innovate UK Funding

SimplifAI Urban Mobility Management System Receives Near-€1m Innovate UK Funding

🕔11:12, 7.Aug 2017

KAM Futures Ltd have been awarded over £850,000 (€950,000) of funding as part of Innovate UK’s First of a Kind Competition (Phase 2) to carry out a first commercial deployment of its SimplifAI system. SimplifAI is a new form of urban mobility

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Stop the Accidents – Now

Stop the Accidents – Now

🕔15:42, 12.Feb 2016

Almost 26,000 people lost their lives in road accidents in Europe in 2014[1]. This is almost as many as the year before and some distance from the annual decrease of 6.7 per cent that would lead to the EU target of

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Strategising Saftey

Strategising Saftey

🕔14:56, 12.Feb 2016

Eric de Kievit looks at Amsterdam’s Safety Performance Indicators and the city’s search for an alternative to the paucity of accident data in policy making Let’s first ask a simple questipon: why is Amsterdam so interested in road safety? Every day

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An End To Gridlock

An End To Gridlock

🕔12:14, 12.Feb 2016

In September 2015, New York City’s former Traffic Commissioner Samuel Schwartz published a book entitled Street Smart: The Rise of Cities and the Fall of Cars in which he foresees the increase use of public transit and of urban toll

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Kevin Borras talks to Hugo Niesing of Resourcefully

Kevin Borras talks to Hugo Niesing of Resourcefully

🕔17:45, 3.Dec 2015

In this latest edition the Thinking Highways editor in chief talks to Resourcefully founder Hugo Niesing about how electric mobility can help solve urban energy and traffic management problems, and discusses the innovative idea of electric vehicle batteries acting as

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