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Testbed Open Call: Homes for Healthy Ageing
Connected Places Catapult is providing funding and expertise to find and test innovative solutions to local challenges around healthy ageing – creating the environment to demonstrate impact and to build the needed case for scaling.
New insights into academic engagement
During the pandemic the Higher Education sector in the UK experienced much of the same seismic impact on economic health and prosperity as the rest of the economy.
A new framework for the future of air traffic in the UK
By 2026, the is forecast to have more than doubled since the start of the decade. In fact, the number of unmanned flights will likely far exceed the figures for manned aviation. So, how can the UK make the most of this growth, whilst at the same time managing to integrate all forms of traffic and keep its airspace safe?
Assuring the safety of connected and autonomous vehicles
A significant challenge faced by the Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) industry is the lack of an assurance system enabling the release of products to market. The CertiCAV Assurance Paper takes a big step to overcome this challenge by developing a comprehensive approach for assuring the safety of automated vehicles.
Getting safety metrics right for connected and autonomous vehicles
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) will represent a step-change in the complexity and sophistication of vehicle technology. But to enable their economic benefits to be realised, while maintaining public confidence in safety, assurance processes will need to be altered.