Anaeko has been delivering insights in the field of transport analytics, focusing on the journey from data discovery to valuable insights that reduce risk.
Bus Éireann Vehicle Data Opportunities
Bus Éireann helps people all across the country make over 80 million journeys every year, as Ireland’s national bus company, their purpose is to connect people with who and what matters to them, helping to make life better.
Nolan Transport Group is a family-owned business that has been operating since 1963. Currently, we employ over a thousand people and manage 2,700 freight units. This means we have a significant number of employees and a vast fleet of vehicles, resulting in a complex operation with many moving parts. All these moving parts generate valuable data that plays a crucial role in guiding our business decisions, both in the present and for the future.
Introducing Brian Roche from BDR Management Consulting
Brian is a passionate individual who has accumulated over 20 years of experience in the field of technology and innovation. Throughout his career, he has taken on leadership roles in both technical and commercial teams, both at the local and global levels. His accomplishments include managing significant transformation programs within the banking sector and the NHS. He also excelled in Leading Regional sales for a multinational company, consistently surpassing set targets. This showcases Brian's wide-ranging commercial expertise.
As Digital Leaders ambassador for Northern Ireland, Anaeko hosted a flagship event around using data to drive the sustainable revolution in transport. This event delved into the groundbreaking innovations and cutting-edge technologies that are reshaping the transportation sector and propelling us towards a greener and more efficient future.
Transportation accounts for a significant portion of global carbon emissions, with the road transport sector being a major contributor. Transport-related emissions make up 16.2% of the global total, and road transport alone accounted for 11.9%. In the UK, transport contributes to 34% of the country's carbon emissions. The challenges are expected to intensify as road use and aviation demand increase in the coming years. These alarming statistics highlight the need for immediate action to curb emissions and adopt sustainable practices in the transportation industry.
“Smart City” is a term used to describe an urban area that utilise technology to both improve existing services, and to solve new and emerging issues that Urban Living and Urban Growth present. The world is an increasingly urbanised place. The United Nations state that in 2018 55% of the world’s population lived in urbanised areas, with growth projected to see this increase to around 68% by 2050. Managing this growth and the required extension of services and resources to accommodate it is a huge challenge for local and national governments across the world.