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Transport Systems Catapult Webinar

Transport community at Knowledge Transfer Network

Monday, 29 July 2013 from 14:00 to 15:00 (BST)

Transport Systems Catapult Webinar

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Projects and programmes


This event is now at capacity. We will record the presenters giving their presentations, and their narrative will be synched with their slides and made available as slidecasts after the event.  Please ensure you keep an eye on the and websites, and @TSCatapult and @transportktn twitter feeds for updates.

Presented by Catapult team members Dr Daniel Ruiz and Paul Blakeman, this interactive session will focus on describing the type of projects and programmes that the Catapult will be involved in and will include pipeline building, selection criteria, and examples of early involvement.

They will also present key initiatives that the Catapult is already developing, including the National Transport Systems Modelling Facility, and an outline of other prjects that are already underway.

This will be a great chance for you to get to grips with the exciting programme of activities being developed, and an opportunity for you to ask Daniel and Paul any burning questions you may have about the Catapult.


Reasons to attend the webinar

  • You will hear about the projects and programmes that the Catapult has initiated
  • You will get an opportunity to ask for clarification
  • Q&A session with the Transport Systems Catapult
  • To engage further with the Transport Systems Catapult team and other delegates
  • Online - you you do not have to travel to attend

 For more information about the Transport Systems Catapult, visit

Do you have questions about Transport Systems Catapult Webinar? Contact Transport community at Knowledge Transfer Network


Transport community at Knowledge Transfer Network

The mission of the Transport community on the Knowledge Transfer Network is to support the development of integrated, efficient and sustainable transport systems, by bringing together independent but interrelated organisations to stimulate innovation through knowledge transfer.

The KTN strategy is driven by market demand and supply-chain innovation; our work and programme priorities are set by the need for additionality, relevance, and neutrality.  Winthin the transport community, we aim to break down traditional silo thinking and encourage knowledge, skills and technology exchange within the domains of Intelligent Mobility and Energy Efficiency.

We help focus TSB investment, and manage stand-alone programmes to better exploit technology to improve transport and transport infrastructure in the UK and overseas.

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