InterDigital develops technologies that are at the core of mobile devices, networks, and services worldwide. We solve many of the industry’s most critical and complex technical challenges, inventing solutions for more efficient broadband networks and a richer multimedia experience years ahead of market deployment. InterDigital has licenses and strategic relationships with many of the world’s leading wireless companies. Founded in 1972, InterDigital is listed on NASDAQ and is included in the S&P MidCap 400® index.

InterDigital is a registered trademark of InterDigital, Inc.

InterDigital Europe (Square)
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Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world’s most prominent projects in the built environment and across industry.  We offer a broad range of professional services that combine to make a real difference to our clients and the communities in which we work. We are truly global.  From 92 offices in 40 countries our 12,000 planners, designers, engineers and consultants deliver innovative projects across the world with creativity and passion.

Buckinghamshire is a large county of approximately 156,500 hectares (1,565 km2) in the South East Region of England to the immediate northwest of London. Buckinghamshire has a number of key connections to the national road, rail and London underground network. The M40 passes through South Bucks, Wycombe and the western edge of Aylesbury Vale. It is linked to Aylesbury by the A418 and A41. The M1 runs north-south just to the east of the county, connecting Buckinghamshire to the wider motorway network. The national rail network in Buckinghamshire includes the Chiltern rail line, Great Western line and the West Coast Mainline. Amersham, Chesham and Chalfont and Latimer are served by the London Underground network.  East- West rail is also in construction and will see the connection of Oxford to Bedford running through Buckinghamshire and enabling better linkages between Aylesbury and Milton Keynes. Crossrail will also run through part of the south of the county.

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With an area of 1,634 km2, Hertfordshire is a county of contrast, with an urban south and rural north. The county is close to 3 international airports and is criss-crossed by several strategic routes, the M1, A1 (M), A10, M11 & A414. Rail connectivity includes First Capital Connect, East Coast & London Midland.

Oxfordshire is the most rural county in the South East. It has a population of around 635,500, over half of which lives in towns or villages of less than 10,000 people. Being at the heart of England, Oxfordshire is very well provisioned for transport, with excellent rail links to London, Birmingham and Manchester from Oxford station; and with Didcot serving as the junction of north-south and east-west rail services across the UK. East-West rail is also in construction and will see the connection of Oxford to Bedford, including improvements to the existing line between Oxford and Bicester, introducing a new service to London Marylebone. It will see the introduction of ‘Oxford Parkway’ station, and work between this and Bicester town station is due for completion in September 2015, and work between Oxford and Oxford Parkway due by spring 2016. The M40 runs through the north-east of the county, linking Banbury, Bicester and Oxford directly to London, Birmingham and the North. It meets the M25 London orbital motorway at its junction 16. The major north-south route through the county is the A34 dual carriageway. The A34 links the Midlands and the North with Southampton, crossing the M4 at junction 13. The A420 road provides a fast link to Swindon and the M4 at junction 15. The A40 is the major western route to Witney, Gloucester, Cheltenham and the M5. Oxfordshire also houses the Oxford-London Airport, and has excellent coach services linking Oxford to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

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Northamptonshire is the largest single growth area outside London and has one of the fastest growing populations in England with a current population of about 700,000. The county is well located, at the crossroads of the national road and rail network and with strong international links: five international airports within 1.5 hours drive, three hours to the Port of Liverpool and Haven Ports, mainland Europe accessible in two hours via Eurostar. We have excellent road connections with the rest of the UK, including London, Birmingham and Manchester, via the M1, M6, M40 and A14 and direct access to the Midland Main Line, the West Coast Main Line and the Chiltern Line, as well as being home to the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal which links Britain to mainland Europe. Through the Northamptonshire Arc strategy and A Smart Move for Northamptonshire concept the County Council has set out ambitions to be at the forefront of activities supporting the digital economy and smart living.

Traak Systems is a private equity backed company based in Edinburgh, providing real-time predictive analytics for Intelligent Mobility solutions. From the beginning, Traak’s ethos has been “enhance enrich enable” – enhance raw sensor data, enrich with historical data, enable new real-time applications & insights. From origins in the University of Edinburgh working with sensor and RFID data it has grown into the Intelligent Mobility market, offering core Analytics, comprising mathematical modelling, Complex Event Processing and streaming analytics.

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Imperial College London is one of the world’s leading universities, consistently ranked in the world’s top 10. The College’s 14,000 students and 7,500 staff are expanding the frontiers of knowledge in science, medicine, engineering and business, and translating their discoveries into benefits for society. Founded in 1907, Imperial builds on a distinguished past – having pioneered penicillin, holography and fibre optics – to shape the future. A blend of academic excellence and its real-world application feeds into Imperial’s exceptional learning environment, where students participate in research to push the limits of their degrees.

Worldsensing, founded in 2008 and based in London & Barcelona, is a market leader in innovative wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Worldsensing’s Traffic Division holds a unique smart traffic management portfolio that includes Bitcarrier, a real-time intelligent traffic management and information solution, and its smart parking system Fastprk. The company has deployed projects in 15 countries. Worldsensing’s CEO, Ignasi Vilajosana, was named the first Spanish Endeavor Entrepreneur (2014) by prestigious international non-profit organization Endeavor.

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Clearview-Intelligence (Square)

Clearview Traffic (Golden River Traffic Ltd) has over 40 years’ experience in the collection, manipulation, aggregation and analysis of both real-time and historic traffic data. With a strong track record of continuous innovation and enviable experience in the deployment of sensors at scale across the globe, we bring to the project unparalleled real-world experience of the practical challenges involved with designing, implementing and maintaining traffic technology on the road network, backed up by a highly skilled field service workforce that is uniquely qualified to support these demands.

Highways England is a government owned company with the responsibility for managing the strategic road network in England. Founded as a government agency (Highways Agency) in 1994, it became a government owned company in 2015.

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