Ordnance Survey’s two-day OS Map and Hack event has helped develop new ideas to improve electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure across the UK.
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A decarbonisation strategy for the North of England - setting out the target of near-zero carbon emissions has gone out to public consultation.
Delegates tuning in to the Virtual Smart Transport Conference will gain access to best practice sessions from three key experts on how to use data to better plan future transport provisions.
Who owns transport-related data and who is prepared to share it? These questions, among many others, require resolution
First Bus, one of the UK’s largest bus operators, has opened up its timetable data ahead of the DfT's Bus Open Data Service (BODS) December 31 deadline.
Three quarters of UK drivers are happy to share their vehicle data as long as their anonymity is maintained, according to Assurant’s Connected Decade report.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has extended its consultation on its National Data Strategy by a week to 11:45pm on December 9.
Nexus has helped secure £100 million of Government investment after using data to help improve its public transport system.
Dr Mike Short, DIT chief scientific advisor, said the UK needs to get better at collecting and opening access to transport data in order to boost innovation.
London Datastore recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Created to make the city’s data widely available, it was one of the first of its kind.
Daimler has become the first car manufacturer to sign up to Wejo’s new product, Neutral Server Plus, which gives third parties access to connected vehicle data.