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London Underground Project Workshop outputs

London Underground Project Workshop

( TSB Digital Railway )

London Underground hosted a project workshop on the 17th April in London. The aim was for businesses to gain a better understanding of London Underground's challenges and innovation framework and to discuss potential project proposals with London Underground Challenge owners.

The event strenghtened consortia engagement with London Underground and helped to improve the quality of project proposals, aligned with industry needs and the Technology Strategy Board's "Enabling The Digital Railway" Competition.

The event focused on two of London Underground's key challenge areas;

  • Customer Service Transformation and
  • System Reliability Improvement.

The agenda of the afternoon can be viewed with this link.

The presentations and elevator pitches from the workshop can be viewed by the links below. Please note : you will need to be a member of the Transport KTN and the accelerating innovation in rail group ( both free of charge ) and logged in to view these files.

 

To become a member please click here.

Then visit the Accelerating innovation in rail page and click join this group.

Or click the link in the header of this page to join this group.

 

Presentations

Elevator Pitches

 

 

 

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