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Our research in Mobility & Transport investigates future transport systems, including the growing influence of the internet and connectivity. It covers automotive, aerospace, maritime and rail.
Cars are effectively becoming computers on wheels – and very attractive to cyber criminals.
Head of horizon scanning and research explain how partnership with Mobility & Transport will tackle disruptive forces affecting business.
Ever wanted to know how dancers leap so high? Our researchers and members of the Royal Ballet got together to explore the relationship between physics and ballet.
A conscious decision that can never be justified.
Our research in Mobility & Transport works across our faculties and focuses on the design and engineering of future transport systems, including the growing influence of the internet and connectivity. Read more...
In this project, Coventry University has joined with GKN Hybrid Power, GKN AutoStructures, S&S Windings and Alexander Dennis Limited, to develop a Gyrodrive sytem solution that will be optimised for fitment to buses as original equipment.
Hear leading industrial and academic researchers present a synopsis of the current and future technology roadmap for vehicle body structures.
A welcome to the Centre for Mobility & Transport from Executive Director Professor Andrew Parkes.
ERGO WORK is a collaboration of academic and business organisations in 6 countries, to understand the barriers that disabled people face in the EU workplace and to tackle some of these through improved workplace Ergonomics.
HORIBA MIRA's Collaboration with Coventry University seeks to make journeys safer, cleaner, efficient and rewarding.
Originality, significance and rigour are at the heart of our work and our contribution to economic, social, cultural, policy-influencing, or practice-enhancing research projects is substantial. We have developed two types of research centre that focus our investment and provide greater critical mass. Read more…
Coventry University is making its journey towards 2020 and our research strategy is designed to encourage and support excellence in research. Our team of leading academics has developed a significant portfolio of high-impact research, and we are gaining momentum as a world-class, innovative institution.