Vivacity Labs

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Vivacity Labs makes intelligent cameras to monitor transport — whether pedestrians, cyclists or vehicles. The Company gathers real-time information to inform both citizens and operators about their transport systems, from helping drivers find car parking spaces to assisting rail operators in predicting queues in their rail stations.

HQLondon, GB
Employee Ratings4.9

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)74(+5%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Vivacity Labs

Mark Nicholson

Mark Nicholson

CEO & Co-Founder
Yang Lu

Yang Lu

CTO & Co-Founder
Peter Mildon

Peter Mildon

COO & Co-Founder
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Vivacity Labs Office Locations

Vivacity Labs has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
24 Holborn Viaduct
London, GB
60 Holmes Rd, Kentish Town
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Vivacity Labs Financials and Metrics

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Vivacity Labs total Funding

$4.3 m

Vivacity Labs latest funding size

$2.19 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Vivacity Labs investors

Vivacity Labs's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, Vivacity Labs has raised $4.3 m
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Vivacity Labs Revenue

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Current Assets

FY, 2016

Financial Leverage

4 x
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Vivacity Labs Cybersecurity Score

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Vivacity Labs Online and Social Media Presence

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Vivacity Labs News and Updates

Vivacity Labs locks in £5 million to help cities improve traffic patterns and infrastructure

Vivacity Labs, the London-based tech company using artificial intelligence to improve traffic insights and safety, has closed a £5 million Series A round led by Mobeus, with additional backing from Downing Ventures and London Co-Investment Fund.  Vivacity Labs works with government, regional bodies …

Vivacity Labs Blogs

Ford and Vivacity are helping Drivers to Steer Clear of Hidden Hazards

Whether on the school run, going to work, or doing the weekly shop, we are all familiar with stretches of road or locations where more care is needed while driving. In some cases, we may choose to avoid these locations altogether to help ensure our journeys are completed safely. Now, Ford cars UK ha…

Sam William’s Story – Full Stack Developer at Vivacity

When did you join Vivacity and what attracted you? I joined Vivacity in January 2020, it was just before the pandemic and I managed to get a couple of months in the office, which was great. At university I studied environmental geoscience, which is fundamentally geology as a sister course of geology…

Vivacity Expands into City of Port Phillip in Australia

Vivacity’s AI-powered traffic sensors will be installed in the City of Port Phillip in Australia this year to measure bike rider, pedestrian and motor vehicle movements and help the council reduce congestion and increase sustainable transport. Our sensors, which capture anonymous data on different m…

TfGM to Spearhead Active Travel Scheme Development in Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is advancing its cycling and walking infrastructure programme through the rollout of Vivacity technology. This partnership will see our AI-powered sensors installed across the region to capture anonymous data in real-time on cycling and walking, helping to ass…

Mirri Hengeveld’s Story – People Operations Executive at Vivacity

When did you join Vivacity and what attracted you? I joined in January 2021, having been advised by my partner to apply for start-ups. I was looking for a company that had a human recruitment process.  Working for myself for a few years meant that my CV did not immediately look as attractive as itRe…

Using Big Data in Transportation for Post-Pandemic Recovery

The recent pandemic has created an opportunity for innovation in how urban mobility takes place, making room for better, safer and more reliable ways to move people and goods around, using big data to answer the big questions in transportation. The Hill+Knowlton Strategies team in London organised a…
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Vivacity Labs Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Vivacity Labs founded?

    Vivacity Labs was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Vivacity Labs key executives?

    Vivacity Labs's key executives are Mark Nicholson, Yang Lu and Peter Mildon.

  • How many employees does Vivacity Labs have?

    Vivacity Labs has 74 employees.

  • Who are Vivacity Labs competitors?

    Competitors of Vivacity Labs include Apprentice, Trueface and Alchera Technologies.

  • Where is Vivacity Labs headquarters?

    Vivacity Labs headquarters is located at 24 Holborn Viaduct, London.

  • Where are Vivacity Labs offices?

    Vivacity Labs has an office in London.

  • How many offices does Vivacity Labs have?

    Vivacity Labs has 2 offices.