Neil Fulton is Programme Director for Connected and Automated Transport at the Transport Systems Catapult having joined the organisation in November 2013. His focus is on the introduction and integration of automated and connected vehicles into the transport infrastructure and the associated barriers to this huge area of growth and potential. An example of this is the leadership of the LUTZ Pathfinder programme – a trial and test programme of technology readiness and public perception of autonomous Pods onto the pavements of Milton Keynes.
Neil began his career with Cummins Engine Company with a Degree in Mechanical and Production Engineering. In 2000, he joined Millbrook Proving Ground where he had responsibility for Powertrain Engineering, managing a team of industry leading Technicians and Engineers involved in engine test, exhaust emissions and advanced Powertrain development.