A service that predicts passenger intent to travel can be used across the UK rail network to reduce overcrowding and help people maintain social distancing.
A project to develop the UK's first hydrogen-powered train (HydroFLEX) has been named 'Business Partnership of the Year' in the 2020 Guardian University Awards.
Researchers are working to integrate hydrogen and battery power to the country's rolling stock to meet the government's ambitious decarbonisation targets.
Leading industry experts will be keynote speakers and expert at the major event hosted by the Education department at the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE).
A new research project aimed at improving railway navigation technology in an effort to reduce train delays and increase passenger experience has been launched at the University of Birmingham.
The rapid development of hydrogen will mean that the performance of the future hydrogen fuelled rail vehicles will mean ambition for such extensive electrification could in fact be reduced
A new purpose-built centre designed to deliver specialist research in digital railway engineering has been opened at the University of Birmingham.