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Glasgow Airport Living Lab Digital Twin Competition
Glasgow Airport’s Living Lab Digital Twin Competition is a strategic initiative funded to facilitate the development of digital twin technology solutions specifically tailored for the aviation sector.
Rural Transport Accelerator
The Department of Transport's Rural Transport Accelerator is supporting SMEs and local authorities to expedite the integration of innovative practices, enhance transportation services for users, and foster improved connectivity within rural communities.
Local Authority Transport Decarbonisation Accelerator
The Department for Transport (DfT) is supporting the development of innovative solutions to decarbonise local transport systems. Through Connected Places Catapult, DfT are offering support to Local Authorities (LAs) and Subnational Transport Bodies (STBs) to build capacity and partner with businesses to support the implementation of low-carbon innovations within a local area.
Workforce 2050: Campaigns for Change
Workforce 2050 addresses the critical need for skilled workforce development and supply chain optimization in the UK's housing industry, specifically for Retrofit.
Pathways to Healthy Ageing
Our Homes for Healthy Ageing programme demonstrated the role that innovation, collaboration, and a human-centred approach can play in accelerating the development of healthy, age-friendly homes.
UK Maritime Innovation Ecosystem
Maritime is a key sector for the UK economy, with it contributing £55 billion in turnover annually to the UK's economy, employing more than 225,000 people. It is a critical industry for the UK, and as an industry, is looking at the future of the wider ecosystem and the innovation that will drive it as the global maritime sector increasingly transitions towards greater automation and decarbonization.
Clean Tyne Shipping Corridor Roadmap
The International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) 2023 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Strategy has committed to achieving global net zero shipping at or around 2050. Since the IMO's initial target set in 2018, aiming for a 50% reduction, this is a remarkable increase in ambition. This shift marks a significant challenge for the sector, signalling a significant step change in the sector’s emission reduction goals.