JMW are excited to announce it’s sponsorship of the 92 in 92 challenge! This will be attempted by a team of Five football fans from Essex (Nick Smith, Andrew Scullion, Mike Cawston, Matt Cawston and Tony Baker). The challenge involves visiting all 92 Football League grounds in 92 hours , starting from Colchester United Football Club and ending at Southend United Football club. This is in aid of the Little Havens Hospice, who offer care and support for children with terminal illnesses.
To show our support for this fantastic event, JMW has offered to pay for all the accommodation for the whole trip.
Please head over to their Just Giving page, to view more details of the event, and also to help them raise their goal of £2000 for this amazing charity.
Good luck guys!
The Southampton RTPI System was officially launched in March 2013 by Norman Baker MP. The Southampton system includes a wide range of technology including SIRI server to server links with the bus operators, a refresh of the LED displays to include audio for the partially sighted and the implementation of bus priority at a number of major traffic junctions in the city. A range of Totem stands will also be added to the system in May 2013.
JMW has been awarded the Essex County Council tender to refresh the existing RTPI passenger information system. The new system will include a more modern GPRS based infrastructure and a completely new backend server system. The existing passenger displays will also be upgraded to include audio utilities for the partially sighted.
JMW held a user group on Tuesday 4th December 2012 with several of our major customers attending. This provided a great opportunity for customers to gather and discuss InfoRoute. The feedback JMW received was very positive and another user group is planned for mid/late 2013.