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Tom Van Vuren
Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald

Tom van Vuren is, as his Twitter profile states, passionate about transport modelling.  He has worked in the field for 30 years, first as an academic and for the past two decades in consultancy. Tom has been responsible for R&D projects for (now) Highways England, the Department for Transport, Research Councils and the European Commission and has published widely. He has been in charge of modelling projects in a dozen countries around the world; the largest of which is PRISM, the strategic model of the West Midlands, which he has led since 2000. Tom is a Divisional Director at Mott MacDonald and a Visiting Professor at the University of Leeds. He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association for European Transport between 2008 and 2010 and has chaired Modelling World since its inception in 2006. Tom is a qualified Transport Planning Professional (TPP).

Dr Ed Manley
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL

Ed’s background lies in the application of computational techniques to interdisciplinary domains, with a particular focus on urban systems. 

Ed completed his Engineering Doctorate at UCL entitled ‘Modelling Spatial Cognition to Predict Urban Road Traffic Dynamics’, where he developed a large-scale agent-based model for the simulation of urban road traffic patterns.  Using a large dataset of observed route selections, Ed identified new patterns in route selection behaviour within the London region, building on conventional findings in spatial cognition research.

Prior to becoming a Lecturer at CASA, Ed worked as a Research Associate on the MECHANICITY project, investigating the movement of individuals on the London Underground, again applying large datasets and agent-based simulation. 

Ed’s research blog can be found at:

Prof Mark Birkin
School of Geography, University of Leeds

Mark Birkin is Professor of Spatial Analysis and Policy in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds.  He is a Principal Investigator in the Consumer Data Research Centre which is a National Centre in the Economic and Social Research Council’s Big Data Network.  As Director of the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, Mark also leads a multi-disciplinary collaboration involving many faculties of the University as well as Leeds City Council and other external partners.  He edits the journal Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. His major interests are in simulating social and demographic change within cities and regions, and in understanding the impact of these changes on the need for services like housing, roads and hospitals, using techniques of microsimulation, agent-based modelling and GIS.

Dr James Laird
Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

James has twenty years experience within both a consultancy and academic environment.  He tele-works part-time from Inverness for the University of Leeds. In 2008 he finished a PhD in the area of the economic impacts of transport at the University of Leeds.  His primary consultancy and research interest lies in the economic appraisal of transport infrastructure.  More specifically he has a strong interest in cost benefit analysis, economic impacts of transport projects, value of travel time savings, rural transport economic appraisal, wider economic benefits and active travel

James Fox
Research Leader at RAND Europe

James has significant experience and expertise in the development and application of multi-modal travel demand models.  He is currently studying for a PhD at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, where he is investigating the temporal transferability of models of mode and destination choice.

Richard Hancox
Deputy Divisional Director for Transport Planning Consultancy, Systra

Richard Hancox has over 20 years of experience of working in a consultancy environment. He is a transport planner with strong analytical and mathematical modelling skills and has considerable knowledge of the specification, development and application of transport models. He is also an accomplished Project Manager and Project Director and has successfully completed a wide variety of transport projects. Richard has specific experience in transport forecasting and policy analysis through strategic and detailed multi-modal studies and analysis of highway and public transport schemes.

Richard has comprehensive technical skills encompassing modal choice, trip generation and trip distribution modelling, economic cost-benefit analysis, simulation, and highway and public transport network modelling. He has experience of plan development, scheme testing and preparing appraisals in accordance with UK Government Department for Transport requirements.

Simon Hania
Vice President of Privacy and Security, Tom Tom

Simon Hania has been a leader at the cross roads of telecommunication and information technology, business and regulatory affairs for over 15 years. Simon currently is VP Privacy & Security at TomTom, ensuring the company to globally meet the growing expectations of customers and the increasing regulatory demands with respect to privacy & security. Previously at TomTom, Simon was responsible for Technical Operations of Service Delivery, including TomTom Traffic and other location based services. Before TomTom, Simon held various positions in the telecommunications industry, the last being CTO at XS4ALL, the premier internet service provider in the Netherlands.

Jo Baker
Development Director for Urbanisation, Mott MacDonald

 Jo is a Fellow of the CIHT and CILT and has over 25 years consultancy experience. For the first 10 years of his career Jo specialised in modelling and appraisal. Subsequently he played a major role in each of the Multi-Modal, TIF and DaSTS studies of the West Midlands. He is the Director of the West Midlands Joint Data Team which is managed by Mott MacDonald on behalf of the local authorities and which is responsible for the sub-regional PRISM model. 

Phil Richards
Director for Transport Modelling, Atkins

Phil leads the transport modelling business in Atkins, looking to recruit good people with these skills to meet our revenue targets and clients' expectations.

He also leads the demand forecasting business for Atkins, and has undertaken numerous traffic advisor roles for Sponsors and Lenders, as well as Government authorities, both in Europe and further afield.

Mark Abram
Head of Evaluation, Local Economics, Department for Transport 

Mark is Head of Evaluation in the Local Economics Division of the Department of Transport. His responsibilities include evaluation activity including; the design, development, commissioning, management and quality assurance of monitoring and evaluation activity to assess the effectiveness and impacts of transport interventions, and feed information into policy making and appraisal systems.

Dr Alasdair Rae
Senior Lecturer, Urban Studies and Planning​, University of Sheffield

Alasdair Rae is a Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield. His work focuses on geographic information systems, spatial analysis, housing markets and neighbourhoods. He has published widely in the academic and policy literature and his work has featured in national and international media outlets. His most recent projects have looked at networks of migration and commuting within the United Kingdom and patterns of housing market search using massive user-generated datasets. He is the Editor of open access journal Regional Studies, Regional Science and a leading member of the Regional Studies Association. He blogs at and tweets at @undertheraedar

Neil Taylor
Associate, ITP 

Neil Taylor is an Associate at ITP with experience across four core transport planning disciplines: intelligent mobility, smarter travel choices/travel demand management, inclusive mobility, and; transport strategy development and implementation.  Neil leads ITP’s work in the field of open transport data, ICT, and intelligent mobility; and has supported a diverse range of clients - including UK local authorities, the World Bank, and public authorities in developing megacities - with their development and implementation of data-driven transport strategies.  He was the lead author of the Transport Systems Catapult’s ‘Transport Data Revolution’ research paper, published in March 2014.

Per Olof Arnäs
Researcher, Chalmers University of Technology

Per Olof Arnäs is a researcher, public speaker, podcaster and serial blogger with a PhD in logistics from Chalmers University of Technology. He is in love with the 21st century and is obsessed with building The Matrix for transportation systems. 

Dr Anan Allos
Director, Transport Planning & Management​, Atkins

Dr Anan Allos is a transportation planner with 40 years’ experience specialising in the development and application of major national and regional multi-mode transportation models and the economic and financial evaluation of public and private transport schemes. He has led work in passenger forecasts for highway, public transport, air and high speed rail and of optional alignments and schemes, as well as the development and appraisal of network strategies and land use scenarios. In his work, Anan would often be leading multi-disciplinary teams for the delivery of projects that would involve consultations, presentations to key stakeholders, public consultation, and consensus reaching. More recently he has been heavily involved in the use of GPS and mobile phone data for the derivation of origin destination trip matrices to use in model development.

Dan Florian
Executive Vice President, Software and Solutions, ​Inro Software

Daniel Florian manages the software team at INRO, where he has focused on network modeling and transportation planning applications for the past ten years. By day he works on the Emme transportation forecasting software, the Dynameq wide-area traffic simulation software and other projects. By night he's also often working on these projects. Daniel has a Master's degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he held a research position at the Intelligent Transportation Systems lab, and has over twenty years' experience as a software professional.

Neil Fulton
Programme Director, Transport Systems Catapult

Neil joined TSC in November 2013. He has responsibility for the Automated Transport Systems business unit, focussing on the introduction of automated and connected vehicles into the transport infrastructure and the associated barriers to this huge area of growth and potential. An example of this is the leadership of the LUTZ Pathfinder programme – a trial and test programme of technology readiness and public perception of autonomous Pods onto the pavements of Milton Keynes. Neil leads a team at the TSC who are delivering the programme with an SME for the manufacture of the vehicles and Oxford University’s Mobile Robotics Group for the development of their navigation and autonomous vehicle control technology.

Neil began his career with Cummins Engine Company who sponsored his Degree in Mechanical and Production Engineering. This was followed by engine product development and then Sales & Marketing roles Cummins. In 2000, he joined Millbrook Proving Ground, where he began in a Technical Business Development position in the Powertrain Engineering department. In 2005 Neil took responsibility for the leadership of this department , managing a team of 50 industry leading Technicians and Engineers involved in engine test, exhaust emissions and advanced Powertrain development.

Dr David Connolly 
Director of Innovation, Systra

David has over 24 years’ experience of UK transport modelling with SYSTRA/MVA, having previously been a lecturer in Operational Research at the London School of Economics. His areas of expertise include accessibility analysis, multi-modal transport modelling, scheme appraisal and microsimulation. This experience includes the creation and use of a wide range of transport models, the development, appraisal and evaluation of national, regional and local transport strategies, the design, appraisal and funding of numerous public transport schemes and a wide range of transport-related behavioural research.

He maintains an active interest in transport appraisal and the prediction of the environmental impacts of transport and land-use schemes and policies. He is a Director and Board Member of the UK’s Transport Planning Society and represents the Scottish Government’s Transport and Travel Statistics Committee on the ScotStat Board.

David is currently helping to coordinate SYSTRA’s investment in Technical Innovation across a range of ‘Hot Topic’ areas and the identification and dissemination of technical Best Practice across all of SYSTRA’s transport planning teams in the UK and Ireland. 

Professor Robert J Stone
Chair, Interactive Multimedia Systems, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Birmingham

Robert (Bob) Stone is also Director of the Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team and also currently holds the position of Visiting Professor in Simulation Psychology within the University of Plymouth. One of the first Europeans to experience the NASA VIEW Virtual Reality (VR) system in 1987, and having established the first industrial VR team at the UK’s National Advanced Robotics Centre, following an appearance on the BBC’s 9 O’Clock News in January, 1993, he brought together (initially) 12 companies to fund the world’s first industrial collaborative project addressing the commercial applications of VR. In May 1996, Bob was elected to become an Academician of the Russian International Higher Education Academy of Sciences in Moscow and was, in 2000, accredited by General Klimuk, Director of Russia’s Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre as responsible for '“introducing VR into the cosmonaut space programme'. Bob and his team adopt a very pragmatic approach to research, particularly in the defence, healthcare and heritage sectors and they regularly spend time conducting studies in the field alongside subject matter experts.  

Alan Robinson
Traffic & Transportation, Hatch Goba

Alan has 28 years of experience in traffic and transportation engineering, mainly focusing on the toll road sector. This work included the development transportation models and their use in traffic demand and revenue forecasting for toll road projects. He developed models for state owned toll road feasibility studies and PPP projects (DBOT) both in South Africa and abroad, acting as the Traffic Advisor (TA) for clients including State entities (SANRAL), private concession companies and lenders. Projects include the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP), Mauritius Ring Road and Port Louis Decongestion Toll Road Project, Epe-Lekki Expressway, Nigeria, N1N2 Winelands DBOT to mention a few. Alan was in the Lender’s Advisors team auditing the patronage and revenue forecasts for one of the two bidders for the Gautrain, and project manager for the patronage forecasting work undertaken for the City of Tshwane in the development of the current Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network (IRPTN) for the expansion of the BRT network. Alan’s continued involvement in the GFIP project provided access to ORT data sets from the ANPR and AVC systems and has been analysing this data for demand model calibration and validation.

Rhiannon Hedingham
Senior Technologist, Modelling and Visualisation Business Unit, Transport Systems Catapult

Rhiannon is an experienced Transport Planner specialising in transport modelling. She has worked for 10 years in the field, specialising in microsimulation and local junction modelling and leading modelling teams to deliver assessments and analysis of major schemes. Her experience spans consultancy, private and public sector and she is currently working for the Transport Systems Catapult on projects centring on Intelligent Mobility and Transport Innovation.

As part of the Modelling and Visualisation Business Unit at the Transport Systems Catapult, Rhiannon is leading modelling work around the introduction of autonomous vehicles and analysing the impact this is predicted to have on the performance of transport networks. Her primary goal is to work with industry to enable modelling to be performed quicker and to develop new techniques to undertake assessment of a wider range of innovative solutions.

Ed Parham
Associate Director, Space Syntax

Space Syntax provides strategic, evidence-based consulting services in planning, urban design and development. During his time at Space Syntax, Ed’s work has addressed a wide range of urban issues which include rapid growth, regeneration and security. To address these challenges, improve the planning of cities, and work across disciplinary and administrative silos, an understanding of the combined impacts of city infrastructure systems is required. To this end, Ed has been leading work on the development of Integrated Urban Models that integrate spatial networks with transport networks, land use, demographic and economic datasets.

Glynn Barton
Head of Road Space Management Outcomes Delivery, TfL

Glynn leads a department that brings together three key transport specialisms: The spatial design of the network through the Outcomes Design Engineering section, the performance design of the network, modelling and signal control strategies through the Outcomes Management section and the insight and analysis needed to drive these functions through the Outcomes Insight and Analysis team. This is combined with the  innovation needed to develop better ways of maximising the available space and time on the network through the sponsorship of the Surface ITS programme

John Dowie
Director for strategic roads and smart ticketing, Department for Transport

John has had a varied Civil Service career starting out in the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, with periods in the Department of Energy, Department of Trade & Industry, HM Treasury, the Scottish Executive in Edinburgh and the Government Office for the East of England, before joining the Department for Transport in 2006. The common theme connecting these postings has been economic and infrastructure development, with much working across organisational boundaries.

John was the Director of the Department’s Local Transport Directorate from January 2011 to early 2013 bringing together most aspects of DfT’s local transport work outside London. Between January 2013 and April this year, John has been Director of Strategic Roads and Smart Ticketing, working with Highways Agency/Highways England colleagues to drive forward the radical reform of our delivery arrangement for strategic roads and deliver a step-change in roads investment. Since 1 May, John has been Acting Director General for Roads, Traffic and Local Group in DfT. John is married with one son and a burdensome book collection. Born in Scotland, home is Cambridge.

Dave Ladbrook
Chief Operating Officer, ITO World

Dave has a wealth of experience helping major blue chip brands, retailers and media owners intelligently exploit their data. He joined ITO World in 2013 as commercial director and became chief operating officer last year. Dave believes there is huge potential for businesses to gain a competitive advantage when they understand and leverage the value of the data around them.

Dave’s previous agency and consulting roles include working with a number of leading data-driven businesses including BSkyB, BT, P&G, dunnhumby and Nectar/Sainsbury.

ITO World is a leading provider of transport data and data visualisation services to some of the world’s leading internet ‘big data’ companies, transport operators, government agencies and consultancies. Experts in collecting, aggregating, managing, analysing and making sense of complex geospatial data, including real time data feeds the company applies this expertise to transport, intelligent mobility and future cities challenges.

Siamak Khorgami  
Principal Consultant, Transportation, Aecom

Siamak has ten years’ experience in transport modelling and planning, providing advice to both public and private sector clients. He has an in-depth understanding and appreciation of integrated transport planning and modelling covering the life cycle of projects from survey specification and data collection through to the model development, model calibration and validation, and application of complex transport modelling tools to help assist and appraise the decision making process.

Siamak had technical leading roles in various multi-modal model projects both in the UK and overseas. Siamak has also developed specialist expertise in Activity-based demand modelling through his PhD research in UCL. His role in AECOM also includes investigation of the application of mobile phone data in Transport Modelling Projects. This includes understanding of required processes and procedures.

Jorge Gil
Researcher, Chair of Spatial Planning and Strategy, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft

Jorge works on the topic of regional urban form and sustainable mobility patterns, developing integrated multi-modal network models for measuring and evaluating the sustainable mobility potential of urban areas, using spatial analysis and data mining methods. Since 2013 he is also research associate at the Space Syntax Laboratory, the Bartlett, developing plugins to integratespace syntax methods with QGIS.

Jorge is an architect and urban designer with an MSc in Virtual Environments from the Bartlett, UCL. Between 2004 and 2009 he worked at Space Syntax Ltd, focusing on the development of GIS applications for the spatial analysis of architectural and urban design projects. From 2007 to 2011 he was reasearcher in the 'City Induction' project at the TU Lisbon, responsible for prototyping an urban design evaluation module for City Information Modelling.

Antonio Pisanò
Director and founder, Marcel Mauer Architecture, and Partner at CAIRE Urbanistica, Italy 

Antonio's focus is delivering integrated regional and urban planning, urban regeneration and building design. He has worked with RIBA and ODI on Digitising the Planning System and he is now active with ODI and BRE Trust on Open Data in the Construction Industry. He has spoken at conferences and lectures and published articles in the UK and Europe on the topics of BIM, Open Data, Big Data, Digital Planning and Contemporary Art. He also chairs the Constructing Excellence G4C national board and is founding member of the CIC 2050Group. He has been part of the Low Carbon Industry Task Force with former UK Chief Government Advisor Paul Morell, and drives the Construction 2025 agenda on Changing the Image of Construction with the endorsement of the current UK Chief Government Advisor Peter Hansford.

Chris Sharpe
Director, Holistic City

Chris designed the CityCAD and Streetscape Pro applications and leads the urban design software and consultancy business of HCL. Over the last 14 years, Chris has worked as a software consultant, urban masterplanner and design consultant for several major public, private and third sector organizations in the UK and overseas.

His experience includes, street design and transport planning projects, the masterplan design of major urban extensions, new towns and retail-led masterplans, as well as public design policy documentation and conservation studies. Chris studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow.

Paulo Humanes
Head of Strategic Global Business Development, PTV

Paulo is a passionate transport professional, keen to share experiences and knowledge from all parts of the world. 
Aiming to understand the unique problems each one face, I love to assist people and organizations in developing new ideas, delivering better transport solutions that affect all and assist in finding safer and more prosperous solutions, locally, regionally, nationally and globally

Peter Jorritsma
Senior researcher at KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis

Peter studied Traffic Engineering at the Technical College in Leeuwarden, and Social Geography at the University of Groningen. He is versatile researcher, with a degree of specialisation in the field of spatial development in relation to mobility

John Polak
Professor of Transport Demand and Head of the Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London

John is a mathematician by background, specialising in the areas of travel behaviour and transport demand modelling. He is a past President of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research and a past Council Member of the Association for European Transport and past chair of the AET Applied Transport Modelling programme committee.

He is a member of the EPSRC Peer Review College and serves on the US Transportation Research Board's Committee on Traveller Behaviour and Values. He has served as an advisor to Transport for London on the design of LATS 2001 and the London Congestion Charging monitoring programme and to the Department on the quality assurance reviews of the NTS and of Road Freight Statistics as well as to the Singaporean and Norwegian governments on the modelling road pricing measures.

He has extensive experience of working with ITEA and its predecessors on a wide range of topics. Polak has been in the forefront of innovative transport model development in the UK for a number of years, contributing to the development of techniques for stated preference data collection, activity based modelling, econometric aspects of discrete choice modelling, the assessment of the welfare impacts of transport policy measures, the treatment of errors in revealed preference data.

Chris Wroe

Lead Transport Analyst, Telefónica Dynamic Insights

Chris is an experienced transport planner and data scientist with a special interest is the application of innovative survey methods such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tracking and, most recently, the analysis of UK-wide mobile phone data.  Chris works on Telefonica's Smart Steps product, which uses anonymised and aggregated mobile network data to help understand more about user behaviour.  Working with this data, Chris has developed transport products for clients in the UK, Spain and Latin America.  He has developed methods which can be used to gain further insights from mobile phone data such as mode, journey purpose, willingness to pay and trip chaining behaviour. 

Josep M. Aymamí
Senior Project Manager, TSS-Transport Simulation Systems

Since joining TSS in 2006, Josep has worked extensively on Aimsun traffic planning and mangement projects as well as public transport optimisation projects using Legion Studio for pedestrian modelling. In recent years, Josep has been particularly closely involved in the development of Aimsun as a tool for evacuation time estimates and also in the use of Aimsun Online for real-time simulation based traffic management. Among other projects, Josep has supervised development of a predictive modelling demonstrator for TfL, the decision support system for the integrated corridor management project on I-15 in San Diego (lead by the San Diego Association of Governments) and the Customised Modelling and Simulation Tool for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey


Shaleen Srivastava
Technical Director, head of transport modelling and data integration & fusion team, Jacobs

Shaleen's experience includes transport software development, transport data collection, multi modal demand and micro simulation transport modelling. Shaleen's mathematical, computing and modelling ability has enabled him to develop TDI, a data fusion led approach to network management and predictive modelling, using real-time data from various ground data sources (cameras and loops) and wireless data from GPS, GPRS and GSM. To achieve this Shaleen has developed the system architecture and written the software to sort, process and integrate large volumes of real-time data (speed, journey times, classified volumes and OD trips by purpose and modes) to provide network management and real-time multi modal transport models for future traffic predictions. Shaleen has also developed an innovative Cost-Benefit approach to support Kent's Permit Scheme Application to the Department for Transport (DfT) which integrates CBA with MCA. Shaleen has also developed various modules for both strategic and microsimulation modelling important of which are Parametric Calibration of Microsimulation Models, Optimisation and Prioritisation of Urban Traffic Signals, Archived Data User Service Platform, Micro-Time Period Choice for Microsimualtion Models and a Combined Hierarchical Multimodal Travel Demand Model. Shaleen is also a visiting lecturer in University of Surrey where he teaches Mathematics/Statistics and Discrete Choice Modelling in MSc Transport course

Peter Lee
Senior Policy Lead: Technology, Strategic Roads Directorate, DfT

In his ten years in the Civil Service, Peter has held a variety of policy roles across DfT and the Home Office with a focus on science, technology and intelligent transport, and is passionate about government’s role in supporting innovation and emerging technology to tackle transport and wider societal challenges.

Peter has spent the last three years as a central part of the team responsible for transforming the Highways Agency into a new arms-length government company, Highways England. He has also been closely involved in thinking about connected vehicle technology, the implications it has for long-term policy and how DfT should respond to these developments. Following the launch of Highways England, he is now focused full-time on roads technology – working with Highways England on their future innovation plans, and considering how DfT can best help bring forward new technologies, understand their potential applications and impacts for roads, and address the long-term challenges and policy implications involved to help maximise the economic and societal benefits to the UK.

Roger Ward
Head of On Board and Autonomous Software, 

Having gained an MEng in electronic engineering, Roger has worked in the space industry for over 25 years developing flight hardware and on-board software mainly for ESA and NASA Science and Planetary Exploration missions. Initially this was with British Aerospace (Space Systems) and more recently with SCISYS Ltd

Martin Tugwell
Programme Director, Tri-counties Alliance

Martin is a skilled policy and political professional with 20 years' experience working as a senior member of corporate management teams in complex environments at national and local level. A specialist in transport and infrastructure planning whose strategic vision provides nationally recognised leadership. His abilities include an ability to assimilate, analyse and evaluate information across a wide range of policy areas, and to then develop a unifying narrative that underpins strategic policy development. Challenges perceived wisdom, focused on delivering outcomes with the ability to develop innovative approaches when necessary.

Martin Pett
Principal Technologist, Transport Systems Catapult

As part of the Modelling and Visualisation Business Unit at the Transport Systems Catapult, Martin is responsible for capturing end user requirements and feeding these into the development of new tools and processes.  He is also responsible for developing the Transport Systems Catapult’s visualisation capability and is focusing on developing a range of tools to visualise and interact with large volumes of data and modelling scenarios.  His primary goal is to design and build tools that are more inclusive, that can be used to engage with a greater cross section of end users and to empower decision makers by simplifying control over data and scenarios.

Martin is a Human Factors consultant with a background in Industrial Design He has worked for 10 years in the field of applied Human Factors Engineering applying Human Factors to complex engineering and systems integration projects in the Military and Automotive Industries.  Martin’s speciality is in the application of Human Factors principles to complex design, safety and usability focused military and commercial projects.  

Colin Hagan
Commercial Lead, Red Ninja

Colin has 20 years' experience in data handling from large banking organisations through to small SMEs, and has been a licenced data controller through the Information Commissioners' Office. Compliance in Data Control has been part of his professional background for more than 15 years.

Red Ninja,which also owns Red Ninja Connected, currently operates in Health and Transport as a provider of hardware and software as well as data.



Barry Colleary
Senior Transport Planner, National Transport Authority

Barry Colleary has been working in the transport modelling field for over 15 years, first with the Dublin Transportation Office and more recently with the National Transport Authority. Barry is currently Project Manager and Technical Lead on the Regional Model Development programme under which models are being prepared for the five regional cites of Ireland as well as a National Trip End Model. Prior to this Barry was responsible for the development and application of the Greater Dublin Area Transport Model.

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