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20 April 2021 - 22 April 2021
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5G-LOGINNOV

5G-LOGINNOV is an H2020 project aiming at optimising freight and traffic operations at ports and logistics hubs by using innovative concepts, applications and devices supported by 5G technologies and CCAM.
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5GMETA

5GMETA

The 5GMETA open platform aims to leverage car-captured data to stimulate, facilitate and feed with them innovative products and services.
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5G-Mobix

5G-MOBIX

5G-MOBIX will develop and test automated vehicle functionalities using 5G technological innovations along multiple cross-border corridors and urban trial sites.
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AUTOPILOT

AUTOPILOT

AUTOPILOT contributed significantly to the progress needed to ensure that an automated vehicle detects all external obstacles along its self-driving path by implementing IoT technologies and standardized service architectures..
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Avenue

AVENUE

The AVENUE project, now in its 3rd year, has developed and operates on-demand, door-to-door fully automated mini-bus public transport services in several European cities, offering personalized services, available anytime, anywhere!
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Award

AWARD

AWARD paves the way for the roll-out of driverless transportation, whatever the weather conditions are. It will deploy safe and efficient connected and automated heavy-duty vehicles in real-life logistics operations.
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BRAVE

BRAVE project aims to promote an increased confidence in automated vehicles by the society.
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CLASS

The European project CLASS is developing a novel software architecture, able to efficiently distribute real-time big data analytics workloads across the compute continuum, from edge to cloud, demonstrated on a smart-city use casein a real life lab for automated driving in Modena, Italy.
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C-Mobile

C-MobILE

Large-scale deployment of C-ITS services in an interoperable way thanks to the C-MobILE European reference architecture.
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Coexist

CoEXist

CoEXist was an H2020 EU project which ran from 05/2017 – 04/2020 and worked on preparing for the transition phase during which automated and conventional vehicles will co-exist on urban roads.
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Concorda

CONCORDA

CONCORDA contributes to the preparation of European motorways for automated driving and high density truck platooning with adequate connected services and technologies.
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Drive2theFuture

Drive2theFuture

Drive2theFuture aims to prepare future “drivers”, travellers and vehicle operators to accept and use connected, cooperative and automated transport modes and the industry of these technologies to understand and meet their needs and wants.
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Dynaxibility

Dynaxibility

Dynaxibility4CE aims to increase the ability of public authorities to deal with new mobility trends (Maas, CAD and UVAR) by developing strategies and tools that can strengthen their planning capacities and capabilities.
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Ensemble

ENSEMBLE

ENSEMBLE will pave the way for multi-brand truck platooning in Europe, demonstrating it under real traffic conditions and providing the specifications at the tactical layer for both levels of platooning- support function and autonomous function.
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ESRIUM

ESRIUM

ESRIUM is fostering safer and more efficient roads towards a smarter, safer, greener transport system through an ENGSS-based digital map of road surface damage and road wear.
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FABULOS

FABULOS

Pre-Commercial Procurement of Future Autonomous Bus Urban Level Operation Systems.
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HADRIAN

HADRIAN

The project investigates the extent to which road infrastructure information distributed via C-ITS infrastructure could increase predictability and transparency of automated driving and improve operational safety and acceptance.
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Harmony

HARMONY

HARMONY’s spatial and multimodal transport planning tools are enabling metropolitan area authorities to lead a sustainable transition to a low-carbon new mobility era through updated Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.
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Headstart

HEADSTART

The HEADSTART project is an EU funded project which started on the 1st of January of 2019. The project aims to define testing and validation procedures of CAD functions.
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Inframix

INFRAMIX

INFRAMIX has shown the importance of automation readiness of road infrastructure for the upcoming period of mixed traffic with automated and non-automated vehicles and successfully developed solutions for specific scenarios.
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InterACT

InterACT

interACT worked towards the safe integration of automated vehicles into mixed traffic environments. interACT analysed todays’ human-human interaction strategies, implemented and evaluated solutions for safe interactions between automated vehicles and humans.
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ICT4Cart

ITC4CART

ICT4CART aims to bring together, adapt and improve technological advances from the telecommunication, automotive and IT industries to provide the ICT infrastructure to enable the transition towards road transport automation.
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L3Pilot

L3Pilot

L3Pilot tests the viability of automated driving as a safe and efficient means of transportation by large-scale piloting of automated driving functions of different SAE levels on public roads.
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Levitate

LEVITATE

Levitate is building tools to help European cities, regions and national governments prepare for a future with increasing levels of automated vehicles in passenger cars, urban transport services and urban logistics.
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Mobility.E

Mobility.E

The Mobility.E Lighthouse is a networking and collaboration platform for technical and non-technical stakeholders working jointly toward the deployment of electric, connected and automated mobility.
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PAsCAL

PAsCAL

The PAsCAL project aims at improving the understanding of the implications of connected and automated vehicles on society. It will create a "Guide2Autonomy" to capture this new knowledge.
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PAV

PAV

PAV aims to stimulate the up-take of electric, shared AVs by developing green transport and spatial planning strategies that incorporate AVs.
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PRYSTINE

PRYSTINE

The ambition of PRYSTINE is to strengthen and to extend traditional core competencies of the European industry, research and universities in smart mobility and in particular the electronic component and systems and cyber-physical systems domains.
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Safe-up

SAFE-UP

SAFE-UP is an EU-funded H2020 project proactively making future mobility safer for people inside AND outside of the vehicle.
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Show

SHOW

SHOW aims to support the deployment of shared, connected and electrified automation in urban transport, to advance sustainable urban mobility.
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Suaave

SUaaVE

SUaaVE aims to enhance the public acceptance of CAV by leaning on a Human-Driven Design approach, where users actively contribute and lead the definition of concept, technology and testing.
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TransAID

Automated driving will not be possible everywhere. TransAID investigated infrastructure-based measures to reduce negative impacts of transitions of control and minimum risk maneuvers on traffic safety and efficiency.
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TRUSTONOMY

Building Acceptance and Trust in Autonomous Mobility by addressing technical and non-technical challenges through a well-integrated and inter-disciplinary approach, bringing domain experts and ordinary citizens to work closely together.
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TrustVehicle

TrustVehicle

TrustVehicle aimed at advancing technical solutions for automated driving to better assess critical situations in mixed traffic and even under harsh environmental conditions, hence increasing safety far beyond the current levels.
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UP2DATE

UP2DATE is an International research project funded by Horizon 2020 which targets a new software paradigm for SAfe and SEcure (SASE) software updates for intelligent and resource intensive Mixed‐Criticality Systems.
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Wetransform

WeTransform

WeTransform is an EU-funded project addressing the impacts of transport automation on the workforce. Using collective intelligence, it will generate an evidence-based and action-oriented agenda for politicians to tackle identified challenges.
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WISE-ACT

WISE-ACT

WISE-ACT is a large multidisciplinary network of 200 experts in 42 countries focusing on the regulatory, social, business impacts of autonomous and connected transport under diverse deployment scenarios.
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