AI for traffic control

Learn more Register here Add to Calendar 08/24/2018 10:00 AM 08/24/2018 02:30 PM Europe/London AI for traffic control Location of the event
Friday 24 Aug 2018
Time: 10:00 - 14:30

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This workshop is held in collaboration with the Toyota Mobility Foundation, who are sponsoring the Turing’s research into Optimising flow within mobility systems with AI. It forms part of the Turing’s research programme on AI. 

About the event

The workshop is aimed at identifying solutions for future urban development and traffic planning. We will bring together the Turing’s partner network to explore how AI and data science can help address the challenges faced by traffic planners and controllers. This will be a chance to hear from researchers, traffic authorities and users about their innovative approaches and grow the community of traffic data science / AI experts and users in the UK. It will be a space to create momentum for greater collaboration among all stakeholders.

Confirmed speakers:

Ben Heydecker, UCL

Damon Wischik, The Alan Turing Institute

Neil Walton, The Alan Turing Institute

Eifion Jenkins, Transport Systems Catapult

David Watts, Transport for Greater Manchester

Robin North, Immense.AI

Paul Hewson, City Science

Samith Samaranayak, Cornell University

William Chernicoff, Global Research & Innovation Toyota Mobility Foundation

Chaired by: Professor Sir Alan Wilson, The Alan Turing Institute




The Alan Turing Institute

1st floor of the British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

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