Autonomous and connected vehicles

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Autonomous vehicles are rapidly becoming a reality on European roads and can range from self-driving vehicles to those that provide early hazard warning and avoidance. The deployment of autonomous vehicles will lead to changes to policy, the legal framework – and a shift in public perception. 

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3rd European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving EUCAD 2021

It is now time to make Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) a reality together. The European Commission intends to establish a new European Partnership on Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility under Horizon Europe. The partnership aims to align better public and private efforts through a common and long-term R&I agenda. It will accelerate the implementation of smart, innovative and sustainable mobility solutions for all.

By Michiel Modijefsky / Updated: 04 Feb 2021

Autonomous shuttle trial in Gothenburg

January 2021 saw the launch of a new autonomous public transport service in Gothenburg. It concerns a trial involving autonomous electric shuttles, which carry eight passengers along a 1.8km route in the Swedish city.

The service, which is integrated in the public transport network, will serve the Lindholmen Industrial and Science park – a 4km squared former shipyard that now features offices, residential and university buildings and parking lots. The service will operate during office hours from Monday to Friday during a four-and-a-half-month period.