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20 April 2021 - 22 April 2021
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The FABULOS project (Horizon2020) ran from January 2018 until March 2021. In the project, last-mile automated mobility solutions and technologies were developed, refined and tested, in order to prepare cities for the future of mobility. These novel transport solutions were developed via a Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP), which allowed the 6 Procuring Partners to closely cooperate with various technology suppliers and also share the risks and benefits. Between April 2020 and March 2021, three different vehicle fleets were tested in mixed-traffic conditions in 5 European cities. Therefore, one of the outcomes of the FABULOS project are three different tried-and-tested scalable automated minibus services as part of the public transport system. Nearly 14.000 kilometres were driven in real-life urban conditions, involving 6 different vehicles – including two retrofitted regular passenger vans. Average speeds of up to 20 km/h, max. speeds of 30 km/h in both Norway and Finland. In addition to the successful pilots, policy recommendations, lessons on regulatory aspects and user acceptance studies were published and can be found from fabulos.eu/deliverables.


Video section

  • FABULOS Project video: pilots in Norway, Netherlands, Greece, Finland and Estonia:

  • Video Helsinki pilot (Finland). Sensible4-Shotl Consortium. GACHA shuttle and retrofitted CM7 van in busy urban environment:

  • Video Gjesdal pilot (Norway). Saga Consortium. 2 Navya shuttles in a hilly environment:

  • Video Helmond pilot (Norway). Saga Consortium. 1 Navya shuttle from automotive campus to train station:

  • Video Tallinn pilot (Estonia). Mobile Civtatem Consortium. 2 Iseauto shuttles driving between airport and business district

  • Video Lamia pilot (Greece). Mobile Civtatem Consortium. Iseauto shuttle driving in mixed traffic in Greece for the first time:




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