DICE (Data Improved Customer Experience) is a 36-month collaborative project funded by EPSRC started on September 1st 2016. The project is aiming to develop the technology foundation for providing a personalised customer (railway travellers) experience while preserving their privacy requirements. The project partners are University of Surrey, Royal Holloway (University of London), University of Loughborough and University of Southampton.
SHAWN (Secure High-Availability Avionics Wireless Networks) is developing the technology required for a robust, secure and high-bandwidth wireless communication system for intra-aircraft avionics digital data networks.
The goal of this project is to examine card based technologies and taking into account recent developments in mobile payments and block chain technologies enhance the overall payment security and user experience.
The goal of the project is to review the security of smart ticketing in public transport. It also reviews the use of mobile phones for ticketing, in terms of their security and performance.
The goal of this project is to examine the current status of card based financial transactions and provide potential enhancements to the core payment infrastructures.