The Final SafetyCube Conference will be held on 22-23 March 2018, in Vienna. The SafetyCube project started on March 1st, 2015 and will run for a period of three years. Its results will be presented in the conference, with special focus on the SafetyCube Decision Support System (DSS), which is the primary objective of the project. The DSS is expected to enable policy-makers and stakeholders to select and implement the most appropriate strategies, measures and cost-effective approaches to reduce casualties of all road user types and all severities in Europe and worldwide.
The perfect platform for engaging with global metros on how technology can solve the key issues affecting urban transport; from signalling and safety to the digital passenger. SmartMetro and the co-located CBTC World Congress will bring together 50+ experts and 200+ attendees for three days of interactive learning, sharing and networking.
The Committee is being consulted from 13 September – 21 September 2017 on the award of 2 grants under Horizon 2020 – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020 – and the call for proposals H2020-BG-2017 – 1st batch of proposals.
Polis, in cooperation with PASTA project will host the workshop “Active Travel for Healthy Cities” during Autonomy’s Urban Mobility Summit in Paris. The workshop aims to present the new Health economic assessment tool (HEAT) and city case studies of the use of HEAT to inform sound transport policy and Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP).
This seminar will focus on the future of London transport in the context of the new Elizabeth Line due to be fully open by 2019, and with plans in development for Crossrail 2.
Autonomy offers the urban mobility ecosystem an innovative and collaborative platform for thought leaders, innovators, policy makers and public to meet and change the way we move in cities.
This international symposium will provide an invaluable opportunity to engage with recent policy developments at EU level and scrutinise the future of smart cities globally. It will also enable delegates to analyse recent technological developments and suitable funding opportunities which can underpin the success of future transitions. The event will bring together representatives from the EU and national institutions, the private sector and the civil society to share best practice and provide a broad range of perspectives.
Politecnico di Torino organizes in Turin (Italy) on 10 October the international event EU Research Conference – Funding and Policies for Smart Mobility, within the Smart Mobility World 2017 conference. Opportunities to cooperate in Research and Innovation projects in smart mobility will be showcased. European funds in the framework of Horizon2020 will be presented, together with relevant international initiatives focused on Research. A parallel bilateral meeting (B2B) session will be organized by Camera di Commercio di Torino and Enterprise Europe Network with the aim of enhancing collaboration between stakeholders involved in designing innovative solutions and technologies for Smart Mobility.