UKRRIN 2nd Annual Conference Loading

The UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN) will hold its second Annual Conference on 21 November at The Repertory Theatre in Birmingham.

Join us for this event to understand what UKRRIN is, what the network is doing and what we can do for the rail supply chain. The theme for this year’s event is: Diversity, skills and talent to build UK Rail Capabilities.

What is UKRRIN?

UKRRIN is a powerful collaboration between academia and industry in rail, which aims to provide a step-change in rail innovation and accelerate the development of new technologies from fundamental research to market applications globally.

Why should you attend this conference?

GB rail is facing a period of uncertainty but in spite of this, people and goods continue to be moved via the railways. It is paramount that we work together to put our customers first and keep innovating to deliver. To do this, we need to make the short-term changes and advancements which help us to achieve our long-term goals.

This means being ready and willing to generate new ideas, adapt and take fresh approaches to challenges, understanding how these can lead to significant change. UKRRIN aims to do just that by bringing together world-class academics and key industry partners in a more strategic and focused way, to turn novel ideas into new innovations for the railway.

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