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Intelligent Drones Revolutionise Infrastructure Inspections: A Market Report
As part of the Future of Flight Phase III Challenge, the Intelligent Drones for Ports and Highways (InDePTH) consortium envision a future where the deployment of intelligent drones may be used to support a wide range of inspection and maintenance tasks around national critical infrastructures.
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Alternative Fuels: The Journey for UK Ports and Harbours
The maritime industry faces significant challenges in its transition toward decarbonisation. Ports and harbours encounter obstacles such as constrained power grids, limited technology deployment space, scarcity of alternative fuels, substantial infrastructure costs, and uncertainty about future fuel handling processes.
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Station Innovation Zone Playbook and Strategic Guide
A Playbook and Strategic Guide that supports stakeholders through the process of developing innovation at stations and how to set up and run a Station Innovation Zone.
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Maritime SME Innovation Funding Guide
This guide is designed to help entrepreneurs, start-ups, SMEs and growing companies innovating in the maritime industry or thinking of applying their innovations to solve maritime problems make the right funding choices.
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Vertiports: Incidental Economic, Social, and Environmental Benefits to Local Communities
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is predicted to grow over the coming decades. A key enabler for the success of AAM is the ground infrastructure, vertiports, where eVTOL aircraft will take-off and land.
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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.
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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.
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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.