The CRC For Rail Innovation is directing the single biggest research program in the history of Australian railways.
The CRC for Rail Innovation is a collaborative venture between leading organisations in the Australian Rail Industry and seven of Australia’s leading Universities. Over a period of seven years (ending June 30, 2014), the CRC is investing $100m in rail research to solve serious problems common to several industry participants.
Driven by our mission to “Become the Leading Research Provider to the Australian Rail Industry”, the CRC for Rail Innovation aims to deliver a legacy of wide ranging benefits to continue to be adopted by the industry post CRC. Through effective collaboration with participants, the Rail Industry will transform into a more climate friendly, productive, efficient and safer environment.
The Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program is an Australian Government Initiative.
The CRC program supports end-user driven research collaborations to address the major challenges facing Australia. Australia's network of CRC's operates across all sectors of Australia's economy and society.
The information on this website has been developed for the Cooperative Research Centre for Rail Innovation (ABN 56 512 445 129), Project P4.111 - Skills Recognition Framework. The participant organisations that have assisted in the research and compilation of material for this website include University of South Australia, Central Queensland University, Australasian Railway Association, Australian Rail Track Corporation, Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure, Metro Trains Melbourne, Public Transport Authority - WA, and RailCorp NSW Australia (collectively the ‘Participants’).
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With a combined resource total of more than $100 million over seven years, the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Rail Innovation is a significant asset to the Australasian Rail Industry. The CRC for Rail Innovation is a unique and productive endeavour linking the substantial skills and resources of the rail industry with the research and development expertise of seven of Australia’s leading universities. Collaborative research enables a small contribution from individual rail companies to be leveraged in order to solve serious problems common to several Participants.
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