Basingstoke, 16 May 2017 – Dynniq announced today that Operations Director Julian Lidiard will soon be stepping down from his role and handing over to Richard Bevins, current Head of Urban Operations. Richard will join the senior leadership team taking over Julian’s responsibilities in Dynniq’s field engineering services business... Read more here.
Dynniq UK has been awarded 13 Lots on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Traffic Management Technology (TMT2) framework.
City of York Council embrace spend-to-save proposal awarding Dynniq the contract to upgrade their existing traffic signals over the next five years.
A shift in thinking leads to shared cost and effort, as Dynniq is awarded a single framework agreement covering five individual local authorities.
A significant milestone for the PTC-1 Remote Lamp Control System (RLCS)
It's an exciting time for one Dutch company at Intertraffic 2016.
Dynniq plays host to Glasgow City Council’s Bus Information and Signalling System.
UK Government announces new consortium to lead R&D in user-centric Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.