Connected Places Summit
The Connected Places Summit is coming to London on March 20-21, 2024.
The UK’s innovation accelerator for cities, transport, and place leadership.
The application of today’s emerging technologies to the places we live, work and play will enable even greater levels of connectivity, driving new services, productivity gains and prosperity.
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National Highways Hazard Protection on Roads Accelerator
Apply to the National Highways Hazard Protection on Roads Accelerator and receive up to £90K to push the boundaries of your technology.
Transport Research and Innovation Grants 2023
Transport Research and Innovation Grants (TRIG) provide early-stage funding for innovations in science, engineering, or technology delivered by The Department for Transport's (DfT) project delivery partner, Connected Places Catapult.
Planning Electric Vehicle charging for car parks: more than just an infrastructure decision?
The Electric Vehicle (EV) transition is moving at a rapid pace. In 2022, 23% of all cars registered in the UK were plug-in vehicles, and forecasts suggest that by 2050 up to 97% of cars on the road could be plug-in. This shift will require a robust and diverse charging network.
Retrofit 2050: Accelerating homes of the future for Health and Resilience
Homes are at the heart of how we function as a society. The quality of our homes determines how well we live, our habits and patterns, how we interact with people, and our access to amenities and services.
Aberdeen Port Zero: Zeroing in on Future Sustainability
This report summarises the work undertaken as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 2 Aberdeen Port Zero project.