Future of mobility

The UKRI Challenge Fund’s future of mobility challenges aim to reduce the UK’s carbon footprint from transport, reduce congestion and improve mobility through advancing technologies such as automation and robotics.

Find out more about the future of mobility challenges:

Driving the electric revolution

Investing in electrification technologies including power electronics, electric machines and drives

Future flight

Developing greener ways to fly by advancing electric and autonomous flight technologies

Faraday battery challenge

Investing in research, innovation and facilities to develop battery technologies

National Satellite Test Facility

Supporting the assembly, integration and testing of space payloads and satellites

Robots for a safer world

Investing in advanced robotics and autonomous systems to create a safer working world

Self-driving vehicles

Developing next-generation artificial intelligence and control systems for driverless cars

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