Experts from the University are working with their counterparts at Eurostar to help them better prepare for changes to their stations and services.
Under a Knowledge Transfer Partnership, a scheme which brings businesses and academics together, Kent simulation researchers helped the company develop digital models of its stations in London and Paris. These now form a core part of the Eurostar’s planning process, allowing them to test the knock-on effect of changes to service delivery such as the potential impact of different passport queues after Brexit. The two-year project will now move on to developing models of Eurostar rail fleet, with the work designed to improve efficiency and reduce disruption when making changes.
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