Dan Clarke is the Head of Innovation and Technology for the Greater Cambridge Partnership and leads the organisations ‘Smart’ work, exploring how emerging technology and data can support the delivery of mobility. He has experience of working on automated vehicle projects and recently delivered the UKs first purpose built automated vehicle pilot as part of public transport system. His team have deployed sensors to better understand movement and have developed early-stage Digital Twins to gain insight into the city. Current projects are using data, AI and Machine learning to better manage the road network. Dan has been working on behaviour change projects that use data and information to support travellers using more sustainable modes of transport.

Dan will be speaking as a presenter in the How do we deliver 21st Century mobility in historic places? workshop on Friday 23 June.

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