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About the Authors

Minesh Naran
Head of City Partnerships

Minesh leads on engagement with councils and highway authorities across the UK. His experience spans implementation of IT and Geospatial solutions from initial enquiry and procurement, through to system deployment and post-live support.

He is well-versed in on-boarding services including data surveys, validation and compliance with legal procedures regarding traffic orders and highway asset management

Annie Reddaway
Mobility Analyst

Annie is a Mobility Analyst at AppyWay, providing rich insight into how the public and private sectors can collaborate to optimise transport infrastructure in our cities.

Annie has been a part of the connected vehicle and mobility industry for 6 years, working directly with companies including GM, Ford, Volvo, car2go, Continental, BMW, Otonomo, WirelessCar, and the City of Detroit. In 2018, Annie was honoured to be awarded “Best Connected Car/New Mobility Leader Spokesperson” by Auto Connected Car News and recently co-founded the London hub of the  Women in Mobility network

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