AIthena project featured in publication by CINEA

CINEA, the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency released a new publication “Towards Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility”.

The publication was launched during the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving, 3-5 May in Brussels,

The brochure provides an overview of CCAM (Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility) projects, funded by the EU under the Horizon Europe research and innovation programme (calls 2021 and 2022), and managed by the CINEA.

“New mobility trends and technologies are driving radical change in our transport systems. This change will have a profound impact on the environment, transport users and businesses. Automated transport is a crucial element in this transformation. It has the potential to reduce road fatalities to near zero, improve accessibility of mobility services and reduce harmful emissions from transport by making traffic more efficient.

The EU is investing substantial financial resources to achieve an intelligent transport network, integrating information and communication technologies with transport infrastructure, vehicles and users. While this creates huge opportunities, it also comes with challenges, such as ensuring the automation of transport in a connected, cooperative and safe way.”

You can read about the AIthena project on page number 15.

Source: CINEA “Towards Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility”

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