Resources | 6 June 2022
TTF Conference 2022 Presentations

The Conference was held on 17th-19th May at the Marriott hotel – a stone’s throw from Liverpool Lime Street Station. It featured TTF working group meetings, keynote speakers from government and academia, and a range of updates on TTF activities and wider transport technology innovations. The virtual exhibition hall is still available and features information on a variety of TTF partner organisations.

Please find the conference presentations below:

Conference Day One – 18th May 2022 – Marriott Hotel, Liverpool

SPATULA – the Connected Vehicles Group

NRIX Signal Analytics


TTF Update

Eloy TTF

KLS Update

STEP Presentation



Innovation Showase #1

TRL Software


Innovation Showcase #2

Smart Video Sensing



TRL Software

Mobius Networks



TTF Working Group Meetings

Data Infrastructure

Data Session Presentation

Data Group

Local Authority Data Guidance

Summary and next steps

Smart Parking Group

APDS Introduction

National Parking Platform – From a local authority perspective

Liverpool NPP

Parking Insights – Local Authority Data Reporting Pipeline

EV Infrastructure

Working Group Presentation



Welcome to the TTF Conference: Steve Gooding, RAC Foundation and Chair of the TTF

Introduction to working groups: Darren Capes Department for Transport and Manager of the TTF

TTF Working Group Plenary Sessions: Presentations from the Working Group Leads

Strategic Liaison Group Meeting: Karla Jakeman, Innovate UK and Robe Hale


Conference Day Two – 19th May 2022 – Marriott Hotel, Liverpool

Session One

Keynote: Professor Sarah Sharples: The role of technology in transport

Supporting Local Authorities: Paula Claytonsmith, LCRIG


Session Two

Meeting the Challenge-With a Little Help From my Friends, Karla Jakeman

Connected Roadworks: Roger Poeth, Highway Resource Solutions
MfSS: the Manual for Smart Streets: Howie Chau, Connected Places Catapult
Procuring New Technology: Steve Sopp, Crown Commercial Services
Best of British: Kevin Ledwith, UK Export Finance (DIT)
Access for all – Inclusivity in Engineering: Jennie Martin, ITS (UK)

Session Three

View from the Streets – All Together Now, Steve Gooding, CEO RAC Foundation & TTF Chair
Local Authority Challenges: Mufu Durowoju, Liverpool City Council
The Suppliers View: Mark Nicholson, Vivacity Labs
The View from Automotive: Gunny Dhadyalla, AESIN

Deploying Connected & Automated Mobility Services: Bhavin Makwana, Zenzic
Supporting the Sector through training: Gafoor Din, Warwickshire County Council, representing the Institutue of Highway Engineers
Drawing it all Together and Parish Notices: Steve Gooding