Intelligent Transport Conference 2019

Come to our stand (it’s No. 11) at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, on 5th or 6th November, to find out how to grow your own basil plant from our pencil! The world’s a better place with plants… and sustainable mobility solutions. See you there.

Transport Ticketing 2020


For a second year running, we’re sponsoring Transport Ticketing Global at Olympia London, from the 28-29th January. If you visit us at Stand #B3 we can show you how our Smart Ticketing solutions have supported authorities and operators to give their customers hassle-free journeys.

Hammock’s thoughts on TTG 2019!

Hammock had a fantastic time at Transport Ticketing Global 2019, which was held at Old Billingsgate in London. We had an exhibition stand up on the mezzanine, by Platform 3 and had lots of valuable conversations and some nice neighbours! Enrique Fernandez also gave a speech at Platform 3 on Wednesday at 15:00, titled: The […]

Is cash use dying out?

This 2 day event, held at Old Billing’s Gate in London is one of the world’s largest public transport conventions, with a particular focus on smart ticketing, integrating passenger information programs and connected cities. Enrique’s talk will focus on how the use of cash is diminishing around the world at an accelerated pace, to the […]

Hammock are exhibiting at Transport Ticketing 2019!

Preparations are underway for our exhibit at Transport Ticketing Global 2019, taking place on the 29-30th of January at the Old Billingsgate, London. We will be at stand ‘ME3’, so please come and visit us if you’re attending! If you can’t make it, please check back here for updates after the event. Still need tickets? […]

What drives smart cities?

Smart City idealists envisage a hyper-efficient future in which AVs and IoT technologies make traffic jams and other irritations little more than historical curiosities. Is this reality or fantasy? Does the answer to congested cities lie in hyper-loops or buses, ultra-modern technology or good, old-fashioned logistics? The article and podcast are based on a roundtable […]

Stephenson’s rocket went like a rocket – reaching 24 mph!

In the years after Richard Trevithick invented the first high pressure steam engine in 1803, the locomotives that followed all had the problem of using too much coal and being slow and unreliable. By 1829 it was clear that new ideas were needed; the directors of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company launched the Rainhill […]

The internet of things – it’s going to be massive

5G Americas, the industry trade association and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, today announced the publication of LTE Progress Leading to the 5G Massive Internet of Things to outline the technological advancements that will support the growing markets for wearables, health care, connected vehicles, and more Internet of Things (IoT). This market […]

If you don’t wannacry, make sure your cyber-security is up to date

This year NHS Trusts in the UK were easily attacked by ransomware because basic steps to protect their systems were not taken. The National Audit Office (NAO) has published its report on the cyber-attack launched by WannaCry ransomware, affecting over a third of NHS trusts last May. (The virus locked people out of their files […]