Traffic and Data Services News

19 Jul 2018

Tracsis transport surveys are GDPR compliant

Tracsis investment in new traffic survey technologies has resulted in the more accurate, cost effective and faster delivery of projects. Data can be collected for any mode of transport including cycling and walking, at any time of day and in any weather condition. We are already making use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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19 Feb 2018

Tracsis innovation for Active Travel

Tracsis is helping build the evidence base for the design and success of walking and cycling strategies (Active Travel) Walking and cycling are good for our physical and mental health. Switching more journeys to active travel will improve health, quality of life and the environment, and local productivity.

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08 Feb 2018

Completion of Acquisitions

Tracsis plc is pleased to announce that it has acquired the entire issued share capital of Travel Compensation Services Limited (‘TCS’), Delay Repay Sniper Limited (‘DRS’) and S Dalby Consulting Limited (the holding company of TCS). TCS is a software provider of enterprise delay repay solutions to the UK Rail Industry. The business has developed […]

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17 May 2017

AI investment to end MK traffic jams

AI technology will allow traffic lights to greenlight certain vehicles to ease congestion and warn driverless cars of nearby vulnerable road users Investment enables city-wide deployment in Milton Keynes, with a grant from Innovate UK supported by private investment 16 May, London – A UK start-up developing AI camera technology has today secured a total […]

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08 Feb 2017

We have moved

Templar House, Wetherby the new home of Tracsis Traffic

Our move to Templar House in Wetherby was driven by the continuing expansion of our client services and the delivery of these to our growing customer base.

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31 Jan 2017

Traffic and Transport Survey Techniques – PTRC

The PTRC are running a course in Leeds on 14th February 2017 aimed to provide an overview of transport survey techniques. Paul Jackson, Business Development Director at Tracsis will be delivering the course, providing his expertise for course delegates who are expected from all over the UK. Places are limited so we would advise you […]

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13 Dec 2016

Traffic Survey capacity boosted in Scotland

Our survey capabilities in Scotland continue to grow with the expansion of our traffic survey teams. For our clients this means we can deliver your transport data collection projects faster than ever, with the same high standards. Our offices in Livingston have a team of over 30 people including traffic analysts, project managers and 12 technicians […]

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