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National Highways Hazard Protection on Roads Accelerator Program


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The National Highways Hazard Protection on Roads Accelerator, run by Connected Places Catapult, is a program inviting SMEs to develop innovative solutions for road hazard protection in England. The two-stage program offers funding of £15K - £30K in Stage 1 and up to £60K in Stage 2 for selected SMEs. The focus is on addressing challenges such as data gathering about road hazards, streamlining hazard responses, improving driver notifications, testing hazard detection technology, and influencing driver behavior to reduce unsafe practices.

For more details and to apply, visit National Highways Hazard Protection on Roads Accelerator.

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