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18th May, 2016
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Early plans for an app version of the UK driving licence revealed by DVLA CEO Oliver Morley

Early version of driving licence app revealed
Research & Trends

New research has found that London is streets ahead of its global counterparts when it comes to capitalising on the potential of data to create a more ‘vital’ city that is economically and environmentally sustainable and offers residents easy access to employment, public services and leisure facilities.

London streets ahead when it comes to data usage

Address and street data could net councils £202m by 2020, finds GeoPlace-commissioned study

Better use of street data could net £202m of benefits
New Product / Technology

‘Making Tax Digital’ consultation will take place after the 23 June EU Referendum, despite concerns that this will not give enough time for the scheme to be deliberated effectively

Digital tax details pushed back post-EU Referendum

Researchers, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) at the University of Birmingham have developed sensors that could cut millions from road-gritting costs and help local authorities be ready for the darker days ahead.

Digital sensors could save councils millions
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