TOC Ability – January 2018 development update
TOC Ability is a seven-partner consortium who are developing a digital platform to improve the rail travel experience for customers with accessibility needs in the UK. Co-funded by the Rail Safety Standards Board (RSSB) TOC’16 Innovation Programme, the project aims to improve travelling by train for disabled people.Read More
Original article published on Hub of All Things.
This March, the UK’s chancellor, George Osborne, pledged £40m investment into the Internet of Things, with the expectation that this would help to support the Government’s smart cities initiative. Within the same month, Bristol announced the launch of a multi-million pound experiment to create the ‘smart city of the future’ through its Bristol is Open project and Cambridge pledged to become the ‘world’s smartest city’.Read More
Enable iD is a new joint venture between Stratford-upon-Avon based software development house, Enable International, Sunday Times TopTrack 250 chief exec., Denys C. Shortt OBE and marketing technology specialist, Chris Thompson.
The company will serve manufacturers, brands and organisations, with a focus on creating and connecting ‘smart environments’ that enable individuals to own and effectively trade personal data, in return for a range of lifestyle benefits.