Our Smart Cities Team present at the JCT Symposium and MOVA User Group
The JCT Symposium is the annual go to industry event for traffic signal engineers in which they to unite and address the pressing challenges of our ever-expanding cities and push-forward advancements in traffic management solutions.
Our Smart Cities team took to the Symposium stage twice to shine a light on recent work and showcase their expertise and innovation in adapting to urban challenges and creating solutions to overcome them.
Shane Collins and Dave Manning presented their innovative work on the “Edgbaston Tram Extension: Hagley Road Terminus” project. This site was full of varied and unique road and traffic management challenges that required the team to think creatively in their approach to resolve them. Tom Siddall presented insights from “A Traffic Signal Compendium of Interesting Things from Three Recent Projects.”
The MOVA User Group took place the day before JCT and is a forum for MOVA users of all levels of experience to learn how peers have been using MOVA in the last year, as well as what the latest supplier developments are. To make it a ‘hattrick’ of presentations, Rebecca Bollen presented on her own experience of using MOVA which sparked some interesting debate and conversations.
As our Smart Cities Team shone brightly at the Symposium, we want to extend our congratulations to Rebecca, Shane, Dave, and Tom for their remarkable contributions. Their work and expertise remind us that we don’t just keep pace with progress; we help set the pace for a smarter, more efficient urban future.