Workshop on Automation Pilots on Public Roads
On 18 May 2017, 33 experts from all over Europe met at the ERTICO premise in Brussels for a workshop on “Automation Pilots on Public Roads“, which was organised by the European Commission. This Workshop follows up from an earlier workshop organised in December 2016 where eight different countries gave presentations of current plans for large-scale public road pilots. In this second workshop, six local initiatives and projects as well as two large-scale EU-projects presented their approaches. The objective of the workshop was to facilitate learning and collaboration, and to investigate how to compare initiatives across Europe. During the preparation, the use of classification tools was considered and a framework based on spider web diagrams is proposed to the audience as a classification model for on-going activities.
For more information on the proceedings of the workshop, please consult its Minutes.
|08:45||Registration and welcome coffee|
|09:00-10:00||Welcome and introduction
Ingrid Skogsmo, European Commission, Introduction into Workshop
Maxime Flament, ERTICO, Introduction into CARTRE
|10:00-11:30||Overview and workshop framework
Analysis of EU and national level activities
Tom Alkim, Rikswaterstaat, CAD Pilots and Roadmaps
Bob Bank, Vodafone, UKCITE Project Presentation
|11:30-12:30||Presentations of CAD activities in regions, cities, local areas
Ministerium für Verkehr, Baden Würrtemberg, Test Area for Automated Driving
Lennart Asbach, DLR, Digital Test Areas in Braunschweig
Maurice Kwakkernaat, TNO, Automation Pilots on Public Roads in the Netherlands
|13:30||Presentations of CAD activities in regions, cities, local areas
CTAG, SISCOGA Test Bed
Satu Innamaa, VTT, L3Pilot Presentation
François Fischer, ERTICO, AUTOPILOT Presentation
|14:30||Useful exchanges and collaborations for your activities?
Which? At what stage? Why? How?
European collaboration? International collaboration?
What can catalyse your progress? EU? What’s in it for you?
|14:30-15:45||Conclusions and next steps|
|16:30||End of workshop|