Pioneering thermal imaging technology is set to be introduced on key cycle routes in York to help reduce the time spent at traffic signals, improve journey reliability and cycle safety. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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31st March, 2016
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Pioneering thermal imaging technology is set to be introduced on key cycle routes in York to help reduce the time spent at traffic signals, improve journey reliability and cycle safety.

Council to roll out cyclist-friendly thermal technology
 

The Scottish Borders Council has agreed a £92m digital services contract with CGI, which includes setting up a Scottish ICT Delivery Centre of Excellence.

Scottish council signs £92m IT digital services deal
 
Policy

A Modern Crime Prevention Strategy that embraces technology has been launched by home secretary Theresa May.

Police to get more tech savvy in order to fight crime
 

Communities Minister Marcus Jones has released some top tips to help councils root out the fraudsters cheating taxpayers out of billions of pounds each year.

Minister outlines online fraudster finding method for councils
 

Elizabeth Denham has been confirmed as the Government’s preferred candidate to be the UK’s next Information Commissioner.

Government names preferred candidate for Information Commissioner role
 
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Some of the biggest names in tech have outlined their concerns regarding the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, saying that further amendments should be made before it becomes law.

Tech giants want snoopers’ charter changes
 
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