BusinessCloud can reveal its TransportTech 50 innovation ranking for 2022. 

Readers of the online technology publication and an independent judging panel have together decided the 50 companies blazing a technology trail in the transportation sector.

The TransportTech 50   supported by digital transformation experts Sputnik Digital celebrates businesses of all sizes creating original tech for mobility, transportation, wayfinding and logistics.

Newcastle-based Nomad Digital, a provider of passenger, fleet management and monitoring solutions to the transport industry, tops the ranking.

Offering a broad solutions portfolio to transport operators and builders, it enables seamless connectivity, real-time journey information and on-board entertainment. Improved fleet availability and operational efficiencies can also be achieved with real-time monitoring as well as AI-powered data insights for operations and maintenance.

In second spot is Humanising Autonomy, developer of AI models to predict pedestrian behaviour, ahead of fellow London firm What3words, which allows navigation to any corner of the globe with just three words.

Karshare and Transreport, also based in the capital, complete the top five.

Also featuring is Zap-Map (Bristol), the UK’s leading app and digital platform for electric vehicle drivers to search for available charge points, plan longer electric journeys, pay for charging and share updates with other EV drivers.

i6 Group (Farnborough), which provides technology that enables smarter and greener fuel management operations for airlines, airports, and into-plane operators, also makes the ranking for 2022.

The ranking in full:

TransportTech 50 – UK’s most innovative transport technology creators for 2022

BusinessCloud called on its readers to vote for companies from the 97-strong shortlist and saw almost 1,000 votes pour in.   

A combination of these votes and choices from an independent judging panel determined the top 50. 

The judging panel for the rankings was comprised of:  

  • Ashley Feldman, programme manager – transport & smart cities, techUK
  • David Williams, transport lead, KPMG
  • Tom Cheesewright, applied futurist
  • Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud