Stakeholder Workshop: Urban Autonomous Mobility - What role for standards? 

When: Wednesday 21 November 2018
Where: NH Brussels Bloom Hotel, rue Royale 250, 1210 Brussels [map]
Programme: download the programme

Presentations:

KEY NOTES: THE ECOSYSTEM OF URBAN AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY 

URBAN ECOSYSTEM OF MIXED MOBILITY - CHALLENGES AND REQUISREMENTS
Setting the scene: the interaction between vehicles and infrastructure

STANDARDIZATION PRIORITIES FOR URBAN AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Setting the scene: Standardization challenges for autonomous driving

Scribing wrap up of the Workshop: download the visual 

Why?
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. 

What?
The one-day stakeholder workshop discussed and identified specific standardization gaps. Discussions took place on challenges different modes of transport within an urban system will experience due to autonomous mobility:

  •  road infrastructure and sensors will need to be standardized to allow seamless public transport
  •  interoperability of data across road and air in a city
  • etc.

The workshop identified also areas and ways in which standards help resolve some of these challenges. The basis for a roadmap on standardization for autonomous mobility was set by the participants.   

Audience

  • Representatives from the different transport sectors (air, rail, road, public transport, transport service providers);
  • Industry (vehicles and infrastructure);
  • Municipalities;
  • Technology providers;
  • Policy makers;
  • The standardization community.

Contact: Ingrid Soetaert, Project Manager – Stakeholder Engagement – Strategy & Governance (Tel: +32 2 550 09 45)