Our transport systems are changing, to become net zero and using increasing levels of digitalisation to become more efficient and accessible. This change presents significant challenges and opportunities for all investing in delivering transport services and transport supply chains. Innovate UK has published an in-depth study that sets out what the UK transport system may look like in 2050 and outlines the likely steps along the way to achieving this. The vision has been created by our team which worked with many people in industry, government and beyond to develop a vision to stimulate innovation and debate.
Paul is Deputy Director, Land Transport, Manufacturing and Materials at Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation. He and his team deliver funding and support to businesses working on innovation in manufacturing, materials, rail, connected transport, low emission vehicles and connected & autonomous vehicle. The team currently delivers 100s of millions of pounds of support to help UK companies take advantage of emerging opportunities, helping turn technology and business model concepts into successful product and service innovation that boosts the UK economy. This support comes from both Innovate UK and a number of government partners.Prior to joining Innovate UK Paul worked at Horiba-MIRA including project managing Innovate UK supported projects, and prior to this works worked at Caterpillar focused on developing a diesel engine for off highway vehicles.