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  • Not opportunistic – we are focussed.
  • Those Silos we keep talking about are mirrored in the models we use to understand performance and make decisions.Consultation has identified the need for a service which can give users access to intelligence gained from multiple models across transport modes and geographic areasThe Transport Systems Catapult aims to provide a facility that enables models to interface and, hence, make available a previously unattainable level of intelligence about the UK’s transport system.Will provide a platform to connect existing modelsWill enable greater access for innovatorsWill create a commercial and technical framework for effective integrationWill bring together best practice and specialists from across the industry
  • Franchise contract designFranchise Collaboration HubCulture ChangeIndependenceFranchise contract designThe Transport Systems Catapult can support the DfT franchising team. It can:Give an independent, autonomous broad-based and multi-modal perspective – the Catapult has not vested commercial or political interests or agenda.Assist in defining the vision.Bring objectivity to defining the long term programme.Maintain focus on Mobility.Franchise Collaboration HubFor each franchise contract, the Catapult could act as an independent host and manager of a “franchise hub”. Each contract has a tactical oversight body (an operational think tank) made up of representatives of all the key stakeholders (see above). The hub is made up of secondees from the participating organisations and is therefore trusted by those organisations to be objective and pragmatic.Catapult can use core funding (e.g. “rail-related” DfT funding) to fund this collaboration hub or a levy could be applied on participants in each franchise (including DfT) to fund it. The hub can horizon scan for opportunities for innovation and improvement - facilitating their introduction and exploitation to mutual benefit of all parties.Innovation opportunities will be commercial as well as technological.Culture ChangeThe Catapult’s deep involvement in organisational and behavioural aspects of transport and mobility mean it will be well placed to assist in developing the new culture and alignment between DfT, franchisee and other stakeholders.IndependenceThe Catapult can act as an independent assessor of the success of the franchises and the progress of the long term programme – it is independent, objective and can, therefore, provide the feedback loop – capturing learning to build into subsequent franchises. The Catapult’s is uniquely interested in balancing behavioural, commercial and technological aspects of the transport system.
  • Dr ria 20130716

    1. 1. Transport Systems Catapult ‘Making the world more mobile’
    2. 2. Vision & Mission Vision (what we want to be): Leading the world in transport and transport systems innovation. Role (what we do): Be a unique, neutral place for collaboration between industry partners to develop and deliver innovative products and services that add value in the global marketplace. Purpose (why we exist): To accelerate the adoption of technology and innovation, improving transport systems and the whole journey for people and freight. Strategy (how we are going to do it): By creating a uniquely exciting environment where teams of outstanding people can work with valued facilities to create long-term relationships with customers, funders and other stakeholders. Driving economic growth from the efficient movement of people and goods; from a global centre of excellence
    3. 3. The need for transport integration Integration of transport systems is necessary to bring about improved mobility Integration needs to play out at all levels: Organisations Infrastructure Planning Service delivery Information Standards Pipeline Challenge-led projects and programmes Capability enabling activities Autonomous transport ‘End-to-end’ and the ‘onward’ journey Efficient hubs Cloud-enabled transport Travel on demand Enabling innovation through commercial design Services National Transport Systems Modelling facility Integrated Testing Environment Intelligent Mobility New Business Models Data to Intelligence Systems Performance Modal Integration
    4. 4. National Transport Systems Modelling Facility Linking existing models Open access and architecture Datasets to include Vehicles Infrastructure Usage Condition Economics Behaviours Scenario modelling and planning Constant update • Silo modelling sustains silo thinking • Whole system modelling needed for integrated solutions • Moving from modelling networks to modelling journeys • Removing externalities • Opening up access to enable innovation • New collaboration and data sharing required Benefits More efficient and effective operation through greater system intelligence Acceleration of new products, services and solutions Better planning and investment decisions Next steps Capture industry requirements Engage with partners and specialists Specification Preliminary design
    5. 5. iTEAnything missing? CatapultsFuture Cities (laboratory) Sat Apps ORE CDE (big data capability) HVM Academic test and experimentation facilities Birmingham Cambridge Nottingham Southampton Cranfield Strathclyde Oxford Newcastle NTSM Testing and Proving Grounds MIRA TRL Old Dalby Long Marston SMMITWI Experiments and Demonstrators MK: LUTZ TSB Digital railway EV demonstrator Horizon 2020 demos Real World ‘test sites’ Olympic Route Network M42 Managed motorway Smart ticketingFreight tracking Superports Integrating existing world-class facilities Cross-modal Physical-Digital Enabling complex demonstrators and experiments Integrated Testing Environment
    6. 6. LUTZ Programme TSC Vision Increasing mobility Leading the world LUTZ Programme Purpose Explore IM Putting UK at leading edge Demonstrator TSC Project Programme - General Balanced Centre of excellence Supporting industry Develop TSC capability Commitment to LUTZ Strategic support Establish initial programme delivery structure Support to individual projects
    7. 7. Government – innovation and strategy Driving and Enabling Innovation Commercial Technology Innovation hub Demonstrators and projects Highways Agency – foresighting DfT franchising – rail Strategy Think tanks Liaison with major organisations in industry and government across modes and sectors 7 Government AcademiaIndustry
    8. 8. Transport Systems Catapult ‘Making the world more mobile’