The FRONTIER project and its latest achievements have been presented during a session on Technology for leveraging the traffic management of the future co-organised with the 4FRONT Cluster H2020 projects at the 15th ITS European Congress taking place on 22-24 May in Lisbon, Portugal hosted by ERTICO – ITS Europe and Lisboa Câmara Municipal.
The 4FRONT cluster of European funded projects, ORCHESTRA, TANGENT, DIT4TRAM and FRONTIER, examines the future of network and traffic management, and the ways this will shape future mobility and logistics. The session explored how new technologies can tackle societal, operational, business and governance challenges and opportunities. Topics include systems engineering, resilience, trustworthiness, data sharing, governance, user behaviour and acceptance, multimodality and upscaling. The goal is to show the way towards efficient network and traffic management across networks and modes.
- Dr Panagiotis Georgakis (University Of Wolverhampton, the Scientific and Technical Coordinator of FRONTIER) presented "FRONTIER - Network and traffic management in the era of autonomous and connected mobility".
- Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser presented results from DIT4TraM: "Towards a sustainable transportation system with tradable mobility credits"
- Hannah Tune and Tiago Delgado Dias from the TANGENT project presented "Multimodal traffic management integrating new modes of transport and CAVs"
- Lone-Eirin Lervåg from the ORCHESTRA project presented "A bird's view on the traffic management ecosystem".
The presentations have been followed by a panel discussion moderated by Runar Søråsen
The session took place on 22 May 11:45 - 12:45.
More information about the event can be found at: https://itseuropeancongress.com/