Projects

  • LinkingDanube

    09 Feb 2017 11:58 by Benjamin Witsch

    LD deals with insufficient provision of cross-border traveller information on public transport, particularly considering cross-border commuting and mobility in rural areas . The overall project objective is to foster environmentally-friendly mobility options and balanced accessibility in the Danube Region through transnational, interoperable and multimodal journey planning in urban and rural areas. Currently no suitable multimodal, transnational system for travellers exists anywhere in Europe.

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  • LUTZ Pathfinder

    04 May 2017 16:38 by Martine Harvey

    In October 2016, the Transport Systems Catapult was responsible for putting a self-driving vehicle on UK public streets for the first time. The demonstration of a UK developed autonomous driving system marked the conclusion of the LUTZ Pathfinder Project, which began developing autonomous technology in 2014. The vehicle demonstration took place on pavements around Milton Keynes train station and business district. A trained engineer remained in the vehicle for the duration of the trial, ready to take back control if required and to give further reassurance to the public, but the pods navigated entirely by themselves. In the preceding months, LUTZ Pathfinder pods had been driven in manual mode with a human driver in control, while the project team mapped the environment and tested the control system’s ability to negotiate its way along the designated trial routes. The project is a British success story, carried out by the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) on behalf of the UK Automotive Council and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (formerly the Department of Business Innovation and Skills)

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  • Lutz Pathfinder

    14 Jun 2017 10:43 by Martine Harvey

    In October 2016, the Transport Systems Catapult was responsible for putting a self-driving vehicle on UK public streets for the first time. The demonstration of a UK developed autonomous driving system marked the conclusion of the LUTZ Pathfinder Project, which began developing autonomous technology in 2014.

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  • Marcel Visser

    20 Feb 2019 22:12 by Marcel Visser
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  • Mobile World Congress 2018

    08 Nov 2017 12:50 by

    Mobile World Congress sets the industry standard for mobile innovation. The event offers attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors alike the unique opportunity to reach the global mobile community.

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  • Peter Staelens

    17 Jan 2018 10:29 by
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  • Recommendations to plan and implement Urban ITS Services

    17 Jan 2018 10:54 by Peter Staelens

    OPTICITIES is a three-years innovation project implemented between 2013 and 2016. It gathered European cities, companies and research institutes to develop and experiment innovative Intelligent Transport System (ITS) solutions to foster efficient and sustainable urban mobility. OPTICITIES addressed the whole information value chain on mobility: from data collection to processing up to services’ delivery towards final users including network operators, citizens and freight operators. One of the project’s singularities was based on the cooperation of operators and innovators looking jointly forward to scale up solutions aimed at being implemented and commercialised in a three years horizon. OPTICITIES results are impressive! They include operational tools and solutions, some of them already supporting network exploitation, providing concrete answers to urban mobility stakes. They also include prospective developments designed to address tomorrow’s challenges in terms of urban mobility at European scale. All approaches have been conducted including the idea of challenging the economical framework and supporting large-scale replications. This Transferability Handbook has been elaborated as a toolbox targeting cities and service providers looking for references, concrete experiences and contacts. It presents a digest of OPTICITIES key results.

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  • test popova

    24 Oct 2016 17:01 by
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  • Tien's test article

    23 Nov 2018 12:30 by Tien Owner
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  • Tra 2018 - Welcome to Vienna

    11 Sep 2017 11:12 by Benjamin Witsch

    From 16.-19. April 2018 Europes biggest Transport Research Conference, the Transport Research Arena, will take place in Vienna. Under the motto "a digital era for transport. solutions for society, economy and environment" about 3.000 international experts will discuss about the latest research results and future developments in mobility and transport. The Transport Research Arena (TRA), initiated in 2006, takes place every two years in another European city. The TRA is supported by the European Commission, the European Technology Platforms ERTRAC (European Road Transport Research Advisory Council), ERRAC (European Rail Research Advisory Council), WATERBORNE as well as CEDR (Conference of European Directors of Roads) and ALICE (Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration).

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