With a key focus on inclusivity and accessibility, the UK government's nearly £2 million funding aims to enhance the transportation landscape and make journeys easier for individuals with disabilities across the country.
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Dr Reza Akhavan, Technology Innovation Manager (Senior Technologist) at Connected Places Catapult, shares his thoughts on the significance of 5G connectivity in the public transport sphere and discusses key projects that Connected Places Catapult has been working on to further advance the implementation of 5G.
Coventry University's National Centre for Accessible Transport aims to improve transport accessibility for disabled people in the UK by amplifying their voices in decision-making, co-designing solutions and influencing policy.
The 5G & Connectivity In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2022 features articles from Connected Places Catapult and McLaren Applied discussing the significance of 5G connectivity in the public transport sphere and how its implementation can lead to greater innovation and efficiency.
In the final 2022 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: digitally enhancing operations to deliver a seamless passenger experience; the role that Mobility-as-a-Service plays in creating a richer transport experience; how the industry is working to improve air quality and…
As part of the UK government’s Transport Research and Innovation Grant programme, 51 projects that are working to create a more efficient transport system have been awarded a share of £1.95 million in Department for Transport funding.
The self-driving vehicle market could be worth tens of billions of pounds in the coming years, as the UK Government seeks to encourage growth within the sector.
Connected Places Catapult (CPC) hosted a pitch day at The Shard in London which saw some of the capital’s, and the UK’s, most influential venture capitalist and angel investors attend to hear about the projects currently underway by the company's SME Programme.
The project aims to see joint UK and African innovations deployed to solve pressing challenges in Africa’s rapidly growing cities, such as congestion and overcrowded public transport.