Another Deep Academic Alliance agreement is signed with the aim to develop and implement intelligent transport solutions in the UK.
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Transport Systems Catapult
Helping to position the UK at the forefront of urban and transport innovation, a new Catapult has been officially launched.
The agreement between UCL and the Transport Systems Catapult was formally signed at UCL’s Bloomsbury Campus by Dr Celia Caulcott and Paul Campion.
What short- and long-term strategies need to be established to ensure optimum market conditions for MaaS within public transport?
Passengers will be able to experience public autonomous driving services in the UK by 2021, after three driverless mobility projects receive funding.
A new, not-for-profit innovation centre in Scotland is at the forefront of intelligent mobility and will facilitate transport sector growth.
Future Cities Catapult and Transport Systems Catapult will collaborate and create a new organisation to tackle the problems of modern city living.
A new report has detailed how emerging innovations, like autonomous cars and open data, should be the focus of the transport industry's investment approach.
Their 'Deep Academic Alliance' will bring together academia, researchers and key industry players to provide evidence and policy advice in planning and regulating new transport systems.
The Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) is currently undertaking a project with Sheffield University, working with partners such as IBM and DOVU, to explore the value of blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies (DLT) to the transport industry. Based on interviews, workshops and literature reviews, they have set out to discover…
The new 'Deep Academic Alliance' will enable both parties to maximise the benefits of intelligent mobility within a UK centre of excellence...
The Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) has welcomed the launch of the government’s Industrial Strategy.
Touted as the future of multimodal public transport on a global scale, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) has taken the imaginations of transport authorities and operators by storm. MaaS aims to change the way people travel, and how they pay for that service, encouraging a reduction in single-user vehicles...