When: Wednesday 21 November 2018
Where: NH Brussels Bloom Hotel, rue Royale 250, 1210 Brussels [map]
Registration: participation is free but online registration is obligatory
Programme: download the draft programme
Urban autonomous mobility implies new challenges to infrastructure, connectivity, safety and security, trust and liability of the transportation system. This reality presents new opportunities for standardization.
A one-day stakeholder workshop to discuss and identify specific standardization gaps. We will discuss the challenges that different modes of transport within an urban system will experience due to autonomous mobility:
- What road infrastructure and sensors will need to be standardized to allow seamless public transport?
- How do we create interoperability of data across road and air in a city?
The workshop will identify areas and ways in which standards help resolve some of these challenges. Participants will set the basis for a roadmap on standardization for autonomous mobility.
- Representatives from the different transport sectors (air, rail, road, public transport, transport service providers);
- Industry (vehicles and infrastructure);
- Technology providers;
- Policy makers;
- The standardization community.
More information is available on the event website.
Contact: Ingrid Soetaert, Project Manager – Stakeholder Engagement – Strategy & Governance (Tel: +32 2 550 09 45)