An Immense time at MOVE
Back for another year, Immense exhibited at one of the world’s most important mobility events – MOVE – in London last week. Visionaries from the global mobility ecosystem came together to share experiences, insights and solutions to accelerate the future of mobility. Our team turned out in force to showcase the latest platform developments, announce our latest partnerships and engage with 6000+ passionate visitors.
The wealth of conference sessions provided insights into the opportunities and challenges that remain in this evolving industry: from micro-mobility and passenger drones, to cyber security, privacy and Artificial Intelligence. In almost all discussions, attention was on tackling our environmental challenges in transportation and the need for public-private collaboration. Innovation and disruptive technologies can enable us to address the challenges discussed over two days at MOVE 2020, but only by working together. Stakeholders from across the industry must be open to sharing insights and knowledge of best practice, whilst employing a collaborative mindset.
Announcing the Latest Immense Data Partners
To ensure that our simulation platform is consistent with real-world movement patterns, Immense needs to collaborate with some of the industry’s most trusted data partners. We were very pleased to announce the formation of our data alliances with HERE, INRIX, Telefonica and StreetLight Data. These partners enable us to use best-in-class traffic and movement data from across the UK and US. Our global data partnerships are a key enabler to maintain powerful and high-quality digital worlds. When coupled with our simulation platform, we can offer a game-changing ‘simulation as a service’ offering. We look forward to expanding our data partnerships in the future.
Showcasing Immense for Improved Operation of Mobility Networks
A further highlight was Robin’s presentation on the need to radically rethink how we mitigate planned road network disruption to enable the seamless movement of people and goods.
He highlighted the global challenge of roadwork-related congestion and how proactive road network management is required to keep our disrupted regions moving. Immense have several key case studies with TfL and Highways England that highlight the enhanced capability that network operators now have. They can access digital replications of their operating environment and test the impact of multiple roadworks across their network. This enables better coordination and collaboration of future disruption – the key to unblocking our congested roads.
You can find more information about our case studies HERE
It was great to engage with the event visitors, speakers and other exhibitors. If you want to learn more about the Immense platform, please reach out to me directly firstname.lastname@example.org.