Highways and transport solutions provider Clearview Intelligence will lead the discussion on how to deliver emerging technologies for the benefit of the travelling public as it delivers a key presentation at the Transport Technology Forum annual conference in Leeds next week.
The company, which delivers sustainability solutions, connectivity, and smart and digital infrastructure technology to local authorities and national governments, is sponsoring the two-day conference which involves more than 200 delegates, including representatives from more than 60 local councils and combined authorities.
Clearview’s Head of Technical Sales Pete Cattell will present a paper “From Policy to Pavement” which will challenge whether government policies alone are enough to make a change happen, and whether there is additional support needed from business.
Mr Cattell will also ask how can anyone be sure that the policies are being implemented, are they having the desired effect and what can SMEs do to help. The presentation, part of a session looking at the importance of transport technology for future changes, looks to analyse how the private and public sectors work together to solve transport challenges and ask how things can be done better and more efficiently to deliver solutions quicker and more effectively.
Clearview’s solutions include its environmentally-friendly SolarLite solar-powered LED road studs for emission-free delineation, and wired Intelligent Road Studs for intersection safety, through its Connex Active real-time Pedestrian and Bicycle Classifier to its cutting-edge Insight multi-modal smart mobility platform.
“I’m delighted to be speaking at such an important, high profile event,” Mr Cattell said. “We have a room full of people from across the sector who can make a difference, and I’m excited to lead the discussion on collaboration. It would be easy to use this event as a chance to just promote our products and services, but that misses the point of the what the conference is trying to achieve, so I will be there sharing insights based on nearly 35 years in the sector, and hope that we can continue to take the conversation forward.”
It will be a busy week for Clearview, which is also exhibiting at the major ITS America Conference and Expo in Dallas as the company looks to expand its traffic safety and management technology business in the US.
(Picture shows Peter Cattell speaking at the TTF Autumn Update in Manchester, 2022)