• Status: Closed

  • Key features: A new competition launched by the Welsh Government to reduce the number of motorcyclists killed or seriously injured on Welsh roads.

  • Programme: SBRI

  • Award: Up to £510,000 

  • Opens: 13 Jan 2015, 00:00

  • Registration closes: 02 Mar 2015, 12:00

  • Closes: 09 Mar 2015, 12:00

  • Support phone number: communication@roadsafetywales.org.uk

Reducing Motorcyclists’ Casualties In Wales


Welsh Government logoThe ‘Innovation in Reducing Motorcyclist Casualties in Wales' project is a new national competition launched by the Welsh Government to drive forward Wales' innovation agenda.


This competition is funded by the Welsh Government and Innovate UK, and jointly run with RoSPA Wales. The competition will identify innovative projects that can help the Welsh Government to reduce the number of motorcyclists killed or seriously injured on Welsh roads in particular accidents occurring at junctions. Organisations are invited to compete for a share of a total of £510,000 in funding for the prototype development and demonstration of innovative technologies.


The challenge will be to develop an effective intervention or technological feature that provides demonstrable improvements in the safety of motorcyclists, either by reducing the likelihood of a collision occurring, or by lessening the impact of a collision.


For further information, a Briefing Event will be held on 18 February. You can register for this event via this link: https://wales.business-events.org.uk/en/events/briefing-event-innovation-competition-motorcyclist-casualties/

Key dates

Competition Opens  

13 January 2015

Briefing Event

18 February 2015

Deadline for Registration

Noon 2 March 2015

Deadline for receipt of applications

Noon 9 March 2015

Shortlisted finalists informed

16 March 2015

Selection Panel Interviews

w/c 23 March 2015

Applicants informed

30 March 2015

Feasibility projects commence

1 May 2015

Feasibility projects end

30 October 2015


To register your interest in this competition and to access further information please follow this link: http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/show/search_view.aspx?ID=JAN066433


For support please contact communication@roadsafetywales.org.uk 

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