Dynniq help to manage energy and mobility flows in our society through advanced technology solutions. We enable safe, sustainable and efficient movement of goods and people. We focus on integrated solutions, which are designed, implemented and maintained on a sound systems engineering approach and are delivered by experienced and skilled professionals. We engage with our clients in a reliable, open and pro-active way.

The Innovate UK funded LiFE research project kicked off in November 2015. As a key operator in the transport and mobility industry, Dynniq were invited into the consortium by lead partner, Red Ninja, to provide guidance and expertise on traffic management systems. The Dynniq team consists of Paul Blakeman (Innovation Lead), Ciaran O’Neill (Project Manager for the LiFE project), and the Dynniq Traffic Management Systems (TMS) team, who provide technical support for the LiFE project.

The Dynniq TMS is a proven Urban Traffic Control (UTC) solution, providing a powerful collection of tools for the modern network operator. A graphical user-interface allows for simple monitoring of the whole network, enabling the user to ensure that appropriate control strategies are being implemented. The system supports a mixed approach to signal control; Fixed Time UTC (with or without SAPS), SCOOT, MOVA and remote monitoring. enabling the optimum strategy to be selected, supporting the need for efficient network performance, reduced congestion and improved air quality.








Dynniq will continue to draw on this deep experience to provide support to Red Ninja in the LiFE solution development and SCOOT integration. The Dynniq TMS team have provided Red Ninja with access to our SCOOT environment and associated operation manuals, which has allowed then to understand the development opportunities/parameters that need to be tested and refined. Dynniq will be providing the interfaces to enable the LiFE solution, if it proves to be successful, to operate on the Dynniq TMS.

Although our role in the LiFE project is relatively minor, Dynniq’s involvement is helping us to explore the future of adaptive traffic control, particularly in relation to the use of new approaches to signal control and vehicle-to-infrastructure connectivity.

Dynniq have been at the forefront of research and development into this area for other notable projects: