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Sutton Council is deploying sensors to help monitor the usage of disabled parking spaces around Sutton Town Centre.
Innovative Internet of Things (IoT) camera sensors will be installed as part of the InnOvaTe Project in 10 housing sites across the borough to discourage fly tipping.
Sixteen months into a global pandemic, cross-borough collaboration is more important than ever. As resources continue to be severely stretched, it is the small innovative projects that have the potential to make the biggest difference to our communities.
Free apps that enable residents to get the best of their local area, straight to their phone, are being piloted as part of the Love Croydon, shop local campaign.
Kingston Council is rolling-out digital sensors to support the management of empty properties at Cambridge Road Estate, in partnership with IoT solutions specialist North.
Sutton Council is deploying sensors to help combat fly-tipping and the rise of unauthorised access in the borough’s car parks.
Richmond Council is one of the first London Boroughs to join the ‘Breathe London’ trial which gives access to a network of air quality sensors and pollution data. This will help significantly reduce the costs of sourcing accurate air pollution data for local projects...
London’s network of air quality sensors is continuing to grow with an additional 131 air quality sensors set to be installed at hospitals, schools and other priority locations making it easier for all Londoners to access reliable, localised, real-time air quality data.
Kingston Council is one of the first London Boroughs to join the ‘Breathe London’ trial which gives it access to a network of air quality sensors and pollution data.
Sutton Council is one of the first London Boroughs to join the ‘Breathe London’ trial which gives it access to a network of air quality sensors and pollution data.
Sutton and Kingston Councils to use AI technology to improve understanding of the use of cycle lanes
The councils will partner with Vivacity Labs to review and monitor use of existing cycle routes in both their areas.
Smart sensors will give new insights into people and transport movements in the borough’s busiest areas
Richmond Council is rolling-out digital sensors to provide insights into active travel and pedestrian movements, to inform planning to improve the road network and urban environment and help make the borough smarter, safer and more sustainable.