Our partners include local government and local business and together we are working to make Oxford better connected.
Working with MobOx’s projects have enabled the Oxford Oxford County Council as Transport Authority to form a consortium with Businesses and the Universities creating opportunities for the Council to lead, influence, and gain funding for innovative transport solutions.
The County Council will provide access to a variety of real-time and historical datasets sourced from the private and public sector. By allowing developers and other stakeholders to use the data they need to build applications and services for the benefit of transport users and beyond, the County Council will help creating business opportunities and encouraging SME to grow in Oxfordshire and the South East.
Oxfordshire County Council is designing an Innovation Support Programme which will provide a web portal with information about local and national business support services, linking up growing services and provide support and funding to the innovators, investors and entrepreneurs involved in the county’s innovation eco-system.
Preston IMC is an Oxford-based Intelligent Mobility Consultancy, specialising in the measurement, analysis and innovation of mobility impact. From involvement in innovative businesses and the latest technology (Formula E, AV), IMC are keen to help build a world that matches their mobility vision: connected, electric and autonomous. The company helps organisations understand the impact of their staff and member mobility, through relevant data collection, in-depth analysis and bespoke dashboarding. Measurement and understanding data is key to facilitating improvement and innovation. To facilitate this, PrestonIMC provides personalised roadmaps with recommendations based on validated experience and an established network of partners.
The Transport Studies Unit (TSU) is an interdisciplinary research centre based at University of Oxford. Over the past 40 years the TSU has established an international research reputation in the fields of transport policy analysis, mobility and travel behaviour research, and the development of new methodologies and tools. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the social, economic, environmental and health implications of transport and mobility over both time and space. The TSU’s work ranges in geographic scale from the local to the global, and the full spectrum of quantitative and qualitative research techniques is deployed.
“Transport is a topic that impacts on all of us and it substantially influences the way in which we see the world and interact with it. Transport is also of great importance to economic well-being and the social participation of individuals and communities, in particular in mixed-use, urban areas such as Oxford.”
—David Banister, Director and Professor of Transport Studies
The Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mathematical Sciences of Oxford Brookes University provides a range of professionally accredited mechanical, automotive, motorsport, mathematical and statistical programmes of study. Our focus is to provide world class, high quality teaching and applied research so as to give our students an excellent experience.
Smart Oxford is the strategic programme of a wide range of city partners working together to develop and promote Oxford as a smart city.
By ‘smart’ we mean creating an environment and infrastructure that engages with the current step-change in digital technologies to support the generation & sharing of city information and to facilitate the development of innovative city-related solutions more effectively, cheaply, sustainably, fairly and inclusively.
Zeta Automotive designs, develops and supplies a range of cutting-edge electronic control products that enable vehicle fleet operators to reduce fuel consumption and cut CO2 emissions output. Established in 1989, in Bicester, Oxfordshire, Zeta Automotive are Tier One Suppliers to the motor industry and design a wide range of innovative electronic vehicle management solutions for the commercial vehicle market.
With a highly experienced R&D team at the forefront of our cutting-edge technologies and strong project delivery capabilities, Zeta Automotive are well placed to delivery greater profitability, and improved operational business performance across commercial vehicle fleets.
StreetDrone is building the world’s first open platform for the development of self-driving, electric vehicle hardware and software.
Building and testing autonomous technology is complex and expensive – barriers to entry to this market are often insurmountable for all but the richest players. That’s why StreetDrone is making it easier and cheaper to bring about a revolution in the development of self-driving vehicles. Innovation has to be accessible, and we’re bringing the world the chance to get involved.