The Hellenic Institute of Transportation Engineers (HITE) and the Hellenic Institute of Transport (HIT/CERTH) co-organize the “10th International Congress on Transportation Research” (ICTR 2021), which will be held on September 1st -3rd, 2021, in Rhodes, Greece. The spotlight theme of the 2021 Congress is: ‘Future Mobility and Resilient Transport: Transition to innovation’.
As part of the ICTR, SHOW organises the workshop “Challenges and Lessons learned in CCAM”, which takes place on 1st September 2021 from 9.00 till 13.30.
The session “Challenges & Lessons Learned in CCAM” will bring together representatives from key European initiatives in Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility
(CCAM) field to discuss challenges arisen and lessons learned in all interrelated aspects in the field, namely technical, operational, legal and regulatory, standards & policy, data governance, business models, deployment, evaluation and user engagement, and other.
The presenters will share the knowledge acquired and will present results, tools, best practices, recommendations, barriers and enablers in selected aspects, as above mentioned, relevant to their work. An interactive round-table triggering discussion and brainstorming with the audience of the session, in relation to open issues recognised by experts, will close the session.
Trustonomy will be there as well, represented by ICMAT to present and discuss “Towards ethical decision support in automated driving systems.
For further information on the workshop, the whole event and the registration, click here