Case Studies

New Leaf Plant Centre – Dronfield

“We were supplied a Mobile VMS unit to New Leaf Plant Centre in Chesterfield from MVIS (Matlock) after talks with Sean Brown to advise customers of Health & Safety terms for re-opening Monday 18th May 2020 after lock down from Covid -19. The unit was...
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The Arkwright Society

Here at MVIS/Bartco UK we are always keen to contribute to our local community and offer support when possible. After reports that our local tourist attractions were being abused during lockdown, in line with our corporate social responsibilities, we wanted to see if we could...
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MVIS And Chordant: Real-Time Data Sharing Using A VMS-A Remote Radar Log

Participants: MVIS, Chordant, TfWM, Birmingham County Council, Coventry County Council The Challenge Cities and regions are constantly addressing traffic- and transport-related issues, whether it be accidents and incidents, venue-related traffic or inadequate public transport locations. Often these require swift intervention of the type offered by...
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A52 – Clifton Bridge

Following bouts of torrential weather in the Midlands in late 2019 and early 2020, water damage was discovered on Clifton Bridge in February 2020, forcing Nottingham City Council to undertake urgent repairs and resulting in the closure of 3 out of the 4 lanes on...
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Bakewell Christmas Market

With Christmas right around the corner, Gall Events required a solution that would inform road users that there may be delays due to excess traffic in the area of Bakewell for the Bakewell Christmas Market 2019. Without this information, road users may drive into traffic...
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MVIS’ VMS-A takes off at Heathrow

The Challenge Heathrow – the UK’s hub airport – saw 80 million passengers through its gates in 2018 and has 76,000 people working in 400 businesses across the airport. In October 2016 Heathrow was identified as the preferred choice for expansion of airport capacity within...
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A14 – Cambridge to Huntingdon

Keeping road users well informed during road works poses a challenge for any Highways management operation, and as the expectations of road users grow it’s important to look for new ways to enhance road user experience. Therefore, project managers on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon...
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intu Trafford Centre

intu Trafford Centre is fully committed to offering a world class customer experience to the 30 million visitors which descend on the centre each year. With 1.9 million sq. ft. of retail, catering and leisure space, the centre’s management team are highly experienced in managing...
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Bam Morgan Sindall Joint Venture (BMJV) and Costain

Following a competitive trial, MVIS was selected to supply variable message signs (VMS) to form part of a new customer experience pilot project on the M1 corridor, which incorporated smart motorway roadworks at three sites between junctions 42 and 15. The deployment comprised 157 A...
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Nottingham City Council

Tasked with one of Europe’s largest ever infrastructure projects, Nottingham City Council called upon MVIS to help minimise congestion and journey disruption. The £1bn infrastructure regeneration project included both extensive upgrades to Nottingham railway station and traffic remodelling at major junctions on the A453, the...
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A-one+

A-one+ is the leading service provider for the Highways Agency, supporting it to help customers with their journeys on England’s strategic road network. The company was tasked with working closely with Highways Agency (now Highways England) to undertake a refurbishment project on the northbound A1...
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Transport for London

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games presented Transport for London (TfL) with one of its biggest ever challenges: to operate a road traffic system that would facilitate not only the smooth-running of the event but also the efficient flow of non-event traffic. TfL required...
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