Wrap up of the 30 Day Map Challenge 2020

Wrap up of the 30 Day Map Challenge 2020

It’s been another great year for the #30DayMapChallenge, which invites enthusiastic cartographers and map lovers to make and share their maps across social media. Emu Analytics joined again to show off the many ways our Location Insights Explorer (LINE) can bring maps to life by visualising all sorts of data for you to explore!

Emu Celebrated at Transport for Wales Demo Day

Emu Celebrated at Transport for Wales Demo Day

Emu Analytics are proud to share that we were “highly commended” by the judges of the Transport for Wales (TfW) Innovation Lab Demo Day last Friday. Within a 12 week accelerator programme, our team proved how our software solution Flo.w offers an essential tool in tackling challenges across railroad networks with immediate results and great potential to expand the project. We are looking forward to working together in the future with Transport for Wales.

Emu wins Intelligent Infrastructure Competition at Highways UK 2020

Emu wins Intelligent Infrastructure Competition at Highways UK 2020

Rounding up this year's virtual Highways UK Conference, Emu Analytics are thrilled to have won the Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge, having been shortlisted out of 140 applications. After successfully participating in last year's Highways UK’s Hackathon we have once again impressed key influencers and decision makers in the UK roads infrastructure.

How can rail travel resume safely beyond COVID-19? (A new quantitative analysis by Emu Analytics)

How can rail travel resume safely beyond COVID-19? (A new quantitative analysis by Emu Analytics)

We have undertaken a project to delve deep into public transportation data in order to find out if, when and how will travelling by train safely resume in the United Kingdom - and produced the following report which sets out to answer this challenge. This 26 page report identifies issues related to overcrowding and highlight ways to diminish it, and makes recommendations on how the rail stations can best adapt so as to allow passengers to maintain a safe distance, as per government guidelines.