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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.
Sutton and Kingston Councils, together with Aquasition, as part of the South London Partnership InnOvaTe Project, are deploying sensors to monitor rising water levels to help reduce the risk of disruption from road closures caused by surface water flooding.
As further lockdown restrictions are eased and we move towards a ‘new normal’, additional opportunities will shortly be announced for suppliers operating within IoT.
Earlier this year, Sutton and Richmond Councils announced their partnership with IoT Solutions Group (IoTSG) to pilot 200 in-home sensors across Sutton Housing Partnership (SHP) and Richmond Housing Partnership (RPH) properties.
Sutton Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Parsons to help manage The InnOvaTe Project run by the South London Partnership.
Sutton and Kingston Councils partner with Vivacity Labs to improve active travel and make areas safer
Sutton and Kingston Councils will be working with UK-based transport AI company Vivacity Labs to help improve active travel insight and the safety of high footfall areas.
Sutton and Richmond Council to pilot in-home sensors to support independent living for vulnerable residents
Sutton and Richmond Councils are deploying in-home sensors to improve the safety of vulnerable residents living in social housing.
Dear Suppliers, Thank you for your swift response to progress your registration and onboarding to the SPARK Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
We will now be using the SPARK Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) that is managed by Crown Commercial Services (CCS) for the majority of contracts awarded as part of the InnOvaTe Project.
In October 2019, the South London Partnership (SLP) boroughs were awarded £4m for an Internet of Things project to help people live better, healthier lives and to generate economic growth.
Thank you for your understanding and patience following the cancellation of the Internet of Things Competition announced on the 15/5/2020.