Transport Cafe Glasgow: Support and Networking Event



University of Strathclyde
16 Richmond St
G1 1XQ


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30/10/2018 - 9:30 am


30/10/2018 - 12:30 pm

The Transport Systems Catapult’s popular Transport Cafe networking event comes to the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on Tuesday 30th October.

The event will explore exciting developments in the Intelligent Mobility and Transport Innovation sector, and will also offer support and guidance for innovative transport businesses looking to make a impact in the transport industry.

Hear speakers from organisations including Uber, MaaS Scotland, Urban Foresight and The Transport Systems Catapult, to name but a few.

You should attend this event if:

  • You are an SME or start-up looking for opportunities to grow or get your innovative transport product to market
  • You are a established transport business looking for ways to access innovation from SME and academic community
  • You want to learn about funding and collaboration opportunities for transport innovation
  • You want to learn about developments across the UK in the transport innovation space
  • You want to know how you can work with and get support from the Transport Systems Catapult
  • You want to meet like minded transport innovators.

Who are the Transport Systems Catapult?

The Transport Systems Catapult is the UK’s technology and innovation centre for Intelligent Mobility – using new and emerging technologies to enable smarter and more efficient transportation of people and goods.

The TSC is here to catapult new and innovative transport ideas from conception to commercialisation. We are creating an environment that will make the UK a world leader in transport systems innovation by acting as a catalyst, bridging the gap between academia and industry, encouraging collaboration and leading cutting edge transport projects and initiatives.

We have extensive expertise in areas including Connected and Autonomous Transport, Data and AI, modelling and visualisation and smart infrastructure; and we work across all modes of transport.

To register for the event, please click here 

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