Rennicks and Vista form new partnership to deliver workplace safety solutions

Rennicks has announced a partnership with Vista, the largest independent business-critical technology deployment and support business in the UK to help organisations apply effective health and safety measures in the workplace. Last month, Rennicks announced investment in two technologies-The Rennicks Personal Safety Zone (PSZ), and Rennicks Fever Screening Technology. The first of these innovative technologies is the […]

CIHT announces winners of its first ever digital awards

The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation has announced the winners of its first ever digital awards. The awards across 11 categories attracted over 150 high quality entries. Martin Tugwell, CIHT President said: “The CIHT awards recognise the remarkable achievements of those working in highways and transportation and are one of the most respected events […] rebrands to keepadistance

As government advice on social distancing changes, the health and safety products company is rebranding to reflect the flexibility of solutions. The website continues to offer a range of solutions to help businesses get back to work while keeping their staff healthy and safe including its best selling electronic wearable tags which warn […]

TfL gives Southwark Council £1.3 million for emergency transport measures

The London Borough of Southwark has been awarded £1.3 million by Transport for London (TfL) for emergency measures including dealing with ‘rat-runs’ and banning traffic from outside schools. The council’s 18 successful bids include building cycle routes, social distancing space in town centres, implementing low traffic neighbourhoods, which stop rat-running by closing off streets to vehicles, and […]

Marketing experts give advice on post-Covid business messaging

With transport needs and policies changing so quickly, it’s clear that technology is coming into its own with its ability to deliver solutions quickly, cost-effectively and efficiently. But how do you get that message across to decision makers? A new webinar from ITS (UK) gives some great ideas. Watch it here. This week’s discussion features […]

TfN sets out 13-point plan to ‘rebuild and transform’ the North

Transport for the North has called for a commitment from government to an Economic Recovery Plan to rebuild and transform the region as part of plans for its Northern Infrastructure Pipeline of essential road and rail projects. The North’s political and business leaders are today calling on the Government for rapid transport investment that will […]

Apple adds speed camera and cycling tools to maps

The latest release of Apple’s operating system looks like it’ll have a range of new features for its maps, including warnings of speed camera locations and cycling directions. reports that iOS 14 will let users know when they’re approaching red light speed cameras along a route, and while details are still sketchy, Apple says […]

New average speed control safety partnership launched

Highways company Highway Care and mobility and enforcement company Neology are launching a new partnership to use Temporary Average Speed at Roadworks (TASCAR) solutions, based on Neology’s Home Office Type Approved (HOTA) Average Speed Solution. They say the solution, already established on the UK Highways England Network, as well as approved for use internationally, provides […]


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