I-AT

Automated driving in cross-border passenger and freight traffic

Project

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The purpose of the I-AT project is to develop and test technologies for the automation of vehicles for passenger transport and logistics. Automated vehicles will be tested in “Living Labs” at Weeze Airport (parking space shuttle), in a cross-border transport corridor (Aachen-Vaals) and in the Food Valley between Ede and Wageningen.

IKEM is responsible for examining the economic and political framework for various areas of application for autonomous vehicles. These include (cross-border) passenger transport, city logistics for parcel services and the operation of platooning trucks on public roads. In addition, IKEM is involved in the analysis and presentation of the legal framework for autonomous driving in cooperation with the law firm Becker Büttner Held.

Publications

Contact

Interregional Automated Transport

Principal: Europäische Union

Funding programme: Interreg A

Project partner: Aachener Straßenbahn und Energieversorgungs-AG, Airport Weeze Flughafen Niederrhein, Becker Büttner Held , DYNTEQ, EL-KW, FromAtoB, Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen, Noot Personenbevoer, projaegt, Provincie Gelderland, Qing Mechatronics, Robot Care Systems, Robot Engineered Systems, Royal HaskoningDHV, Spring Innovation, Technische Universität Delft , V-Tron, Van Boekel, veenis professional services B.V., Zwart UG

Duration: 01/2017–12/2020