Rail innovation exhibition, 21 January 2020, London
An exhibition of innovative rail projects looking at cost reduction, increasing capacity, cutting emissions and improving the customer experience
Register now for your free ticket to KTN‚Äôs Rail Innovation Exhibition. The event will showcase cutting-edge innovation in the rail sector and the opportunity to network with some of the major players in the rail industry.
Many of the exhibits will be from projects supported by the Department for Transport¬†(DfT) and Innovate UK through the Accelerating Innovation in Rail (AIiR) and SBRI First of a Kind (FOAK) investment programmes. Both of these calls were aimed at improving efficiencies, safety, passenger experience and the environmental impact of our railways.
The ground-breaking technology featured in the projects has addressed areas such as low-cost/high-value rail, customer experience in stations, minimising disruption to services, intelligent trains, tomorrow‚Äôs stations, a greener railway, infrastructure resilience, operational resilience, freight and noise.
Attendees at the event will include representatives from Network Rail, ROSCO and Transport for London. This is the opportunity for you to see some of the most innovative technology in the rail sector and to potentially find the next product or service for your organisation.
Click¬†here to register for this event.
SBRI Rail Competition Briefing
An SBRI rail competition, funded by DfT and opening in January, focussing on four key priority areas across industry. This competition briefing will take place at the Rail Innovation Exhibition in the morning. If you have already registered to attend the Exhibition, you do not need to book another ticket.
If you are unable to attend the briefing, it will also be available via webcast and you can register to join online¬†here. There will also be an additional briefing in¬†Manchester¬†on 23 January and you can book a place here.
If you have any questions please contact Michelle Carter.
For a full list of exhibitors, click here.