• Innovation 1: The development of standardised definitions and methods that can be used to create interoperable processes and tools that facilitate consistent, standardised and cross-border planning and real-time traffic management (WP1 and WP2).
  • Innovation 2: The development of improved methods for timetable construction that are robust to perturbations and resilient to statistical variations in operations (WP3).
  • Innovation 3: The development of algorithms to either automatically provide control or provide decision support to controllers, to mitigate minor disturbances in railway operations (WP4).
  • Innovation 4: The development of methods, processes and algorithms that provide decision support when events occur that require changes to the disposition of assets and resources, potentially across multiple networks, undertakings, operators and/or countries (WP5).
  • Innovation 5: The development of standardised, interoperable approaches for the communication and presentation of information to drivers and controllers in order to present the right information at the right time in a clear and consistent form (WP6).
  • Innovation 6: The development of an information architecture to support the communication of standardised and contextualised train control data in order that information can be exchanged between actors (operators, undertakings, networks, countries) (WP7).