SDP 33: Sam Chapman on mobility, data and where Sheffield excels

Co-founder of The Floow talks about the company's work and what Sheffield can do to shout about its successes.

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Episode 33 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast has landed and it features a great interview with Sam Chapman, CIO and co-founder of The Floow, the Sheffield company using tech to make mobility safer and smarter for everyone.

It’s a fascinating conversation as Sam explains the way data is used to improve road safety, among other things, and the way it’s changing industries. We also hear about Sam’s role in economy.shf, where he is helping find ways to help Sheffield move forward as a city, as well as recognise where it could do better (selling itself!).

Huge thanks to Sam for joining us – you’re going to love the chat.

In the second part of the show, Mel and Chris go through some of the latest news from Sheffield’s digital sector. It’s a packed show, so off you pop and get stuck in. Enjoy!

Thanks to Rebel Base Media and Spaces

This episode was recorded at Rebel Base Media in their new podcasting studio based at Sheffield Technology Parks . The studio is fantastic and has all the gear you need to produce a properly professional podcast. They also offer podcasting advice and you can even rent a mobile studio for recording in the field.

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Notes and links

Every episode comes with a list of links to all of the various people, companies and topics that we reference. Here is that list for episode 33.

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Thank you for the music

Thanks again to Alex Mclean – aka Yaxu – for the show’s intro music, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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