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20.11.19

ARCADE at the Forum for Mobility and Society

On 13 November 2019, the Forum for Mobility and Society organised an event on ‘Connected and automated driving: What's needed from the EU?’ hosted by the Representation of the Free State of Bavari...

18.11.19

First driverless cars trials in London

For the first time, driverless cars trials are set to carry passengers on UK streets as a government-backed initiative launched in London. Despite the fact that the trials are not open to the general...

15.11.19

Second L3Pilot showcase reveals the results of a new survey

On 6 and 7 November, ARCADE participated in EUCAR (European Council for Automotive R&D) Annual Conference in Brussels. The event provided an opportunity to witness tangible evidence of tomorrow’...

12.11.19

What happened at the Digital Transport Days? 5G Strategic Deployment Agenda

On 9 October 2019, the European Commission and key stakeholders discussed 5G deployment for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) on the occasion of Digital Transport Days 2019 in Helsinki, organised...

08.11.19

Volvo’s new autonomous transport business

Swedish manufacturing company Volvo has announced that they will start a new business area by January 2020 called "Volvo Autonomous Solutions". The new business area will foster the development of aut...

04.11.19

Renault trials on autonomous taxi in Paris

Groupe Renault experiments on an on-demand shared electric autonomous taxi service as part of a governmental initiative on the Paris-Saclay urban campus. From 14 October to 8 November 2019, a test...

31.10.19

Waymo announces completely driverless vehicles

The self-driving division of Alphabet, Waymo, announced via an e-mail to its customers in the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona that they will soon be able to test completely driverless Waymo cars. The pass...

28.10.19

UK milestone in driverless car trials in London

Successful trials with self-driving cars were conducted on public roads with Ford Mondeos equipped by UK tech firm Oxbotica in Stratford, London. The consortium behind the Driven Programme, which is p...

25.10.19

The Netherlands: Leaders in the European autonomous car market

Graphical Research published a new growth forecast report, Europe Autonomous Cars Market Size, ranking European countries according to their ‘readiness’ for self-driving vehicles. The European...

21.10.19

Autonomous Bus Shuttles in Belgium

After aiming for a first autonomous shuttle bus at Brussels National Airport in 2020, Flemish bus company De Lijn will also introduce a new form of flexible transport in Antwerpen, Leuven, Mechelen an...

15.10.19

1st CoRAI Summit on the Future of Autonomous Mobility

On 9 October, the 1st CoRAI Summit on the Future of Autonomous Mobility took place in Brussels aiming to discuss, exchange views and increase expertise on the "Future of the Automotive Industry", in o...

15.10.19

CAPITAL project came to an end

After three years of CAPITAL (Collaborative cApacity Programme on ITS Training-educAtion and Liaison), the project organised jointly with the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport its final...

14.10.19

ARCADE project at ITS World Congress in Singapore

26th ITS World Congress is taking place on 21-25 October in Singapore. The theme of 2019 World Congress edition is: “Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities”. With a comprehensive format of plenary and...

10.10.19

How do automakers perform with their self-driving car timeline?

In the recent years, the top 11 car manufacturers have created timelines in order to announce the release of their automated vehicle. Based on the original article, here is a summary of predicted time...

07.10.19

TomTom launches Level 5 autonomous vehicle together with Volvo

One of the leading global digital map providers, TomTom, has launched its first autonomous test vehicle in collaboration with its partner Volvo. The corporation has now equipped with a Volvo XC90 i...

03.10.19

Audi study shows 5 user types of autonomous driving

21,000 respondents from nine counties participated in a study conducted by the market research institute Ipsos in order to analyse the typology of different autonomous vehicles. The study, namely ‘T...

02.10.19

A vision on future mobility

CLEPA, one of the ARCADE project partner, published on 19 September a paper, called ‘Future as we move. Shaping solutions for mobility’, which presents vision of the European automotive suppliers...

30.09.19

Making autonomous driving available to the visually impaired

Lyft, Aptiv and the National Federation of the Blind collaborate to offer autonomous driving to the blind and low vision rider community. The Lyft App gives blind travellers the opportunity to drive a...

23.09.19

Big step towards autonomous driving in Austria

ASFINAG predicts that Austria’s motor- and expressways will be equipped with Wi-Fi for vehicle communication until 2023. ASFING is an Austrian federal corporation which plans, finances, builds, main...

17.09.19

AUTOPILOT: CTAG trials self-driving technologies on the streets of Vigo

Spain’s Automotive Technology Centre of Galicia (CTAG) trials self-driving technologies, tested in the streets of the Spanish city Vigo, to create a simulation of an urban environment in metropolita...

13.09.19

EU Member States Complete National 5G Risk Assessments

Following the recommendations of the European Commission, 24 EU Member States have completed the first step for a common European approach to the security of 5G networks. The national risk assessments...

11.09.19

Across Borders: Keeping Vehicles Connected

Connected vehicles are a part of everyday life of millions of drivers around the world. Drivers and passengers rely on networks to provide real-time information and in-car infotainment. When connectin...

09.09.19

Explore The ARCADE Knowledge Base!

The ARCADE Knowledge Base is a one-stop shop for data, knowledge and experiences on Connected Automated Driving (CAD) in Europe and around the world. The sharing of knowledge, data and experiences...

09.09.19

“Impacts of automated transport on cities: How to discuss and study impact mechanisms”

Researchers from ARCADE consortium partners: Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds¹ and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.² developed a paper entitled: “Impacts of automa...

06.09.19

Waymo Releases Self-driving Open Dataset

Waymo has made its self-driving Open Dataset available to the research community. With significant stores of autonomous driving data, researchers at other companies as well as academics will be able t...

03.09.19

Safety First for Automated Driving

Safety First for Automated Driving (SaFAD) white paper emphasises the importance of safety by design for automated vehicles Interest in automated driving technology has increased exponentially over...

20.08.19

Call for Inputs: The Impact of 5G on Regulation

BEREC (the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications) is seeking comments from businesses and organisations who are interested in or planning to utilise 5G connectivity. 5G is expected...

12.08.19

Challenges Impacting the Future of AV

The automotive industry has been working vigorously to increase the number of self-driving vehicles on the road. Systems engineering company Waymo, previously known as Google's self-driving car projec...

09.08.19

The European Commission Wants Your Feedback

The European Commission is welcoming feedback for the Inception Impact Assessment Roadmap published under the European Partnership for safe and automated road transport (Horizon Europe Programme). Ope...

07.08.19

Bosch: Shaping the Future of Mobility

German multinational engineering company Bosch, is shaping the future of mobility with its innovative solutions. The technology and services company will be showcasing its latest developments at IAA 2...

05.08.19

Edge Computing and the Future of the Connected Car

When thinking about a self-driving car, many think about the functions that can be remotely controlled via a smart phone, tablet, computer or a smart watch. Having the ability to remotely lock your ca...

02.08.19

Level III Automated Technology at a Stand Still

In 2017, AUDI installed a Level III automation in their A8 sedans that allowed human drivers to relieve themselves from the boredom of stop and go traffic. Called Traffic Jam Pilot, the system was tho...

31.07.19

BSI Launches CAV Standards Programme

The British Standards Institution (BSI) has partnered with the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, The Department for Transport, Innovate UK and Zenzic to launch a standardisation programme...

29.07.19

National Risk Assessments: Security of 5G Networks

The Commission released two recommendations in an effort to create a common European approach to the security of 5G networks.The first step is for all Member States to submit a national risk assessmen...

26.07.19

‘Out of the Loop’: Can AD Make Us Worse Drivers?

Autonomous technology is rapidly evolving, with vehicles capable of using self-driving functions expected to be available on the market over the next few years. Recent research conducted by the Unive...

24.07.19

HEADSTART Technical Workshop

EU funded project HEADSTART is organising its first Technical Workshop on testing and assessment methods, tools and approaches for positioning, cyber-security and communication (V2X) in Connected and...

17.07.19

Expert Group Releases Recommendations on AI Policy

Ethics Guideline for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence II On 26 June the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence released its policy recommendations on the latest version of the Ethics G...

10.07.19

European Commission Releases the EU Cybersecurity Act

On 27 June, the EU Cybersecurity Act set a new mandate for ENISA (the EU agency for cybersecurity) and established a cybersecurity certification framework. The act was passed in order to improve cyber...

03.07.19

HEADSTART Launches Six Online Surveys

The HEADSTART (Harmonised European Solutions for Testing Automated Road Transport) project is calling all stakeholders in connected automated mobility to participate in their online surveys and contri...

01.07.19

CAD at the ITS European Congress

From 3 to 6 June 2019, the 13th ITS European Congress took place in the city of Eindhoven and had Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) as one of the main topics. This important event, entirely dedic...

28.06.19

The 13th ITS European Congress

The theme of this years 13th ITS European Congress was "Fulfilling ITS Promises". The week long congress organised by ERTICO took place in Brainport, the Netherlands from 2 to 6 of June and included h...

24.06.19

Stakeholder Workshop: From Space to Earth & Back

Autonomous mobility experts are at the forefront of space standardisation development. Space technologies provide a unique opportunity to make its system safer, efficient and more accurate. On 24 June...

20.06.19

European Commission Launches CCAM Single Platform

On 3 June, the European Commission presented its EU-wide platform at its Friends of ITS meeting. The Cooperative, Connected, Automated and Autonomous Mobility (CCAM) Single Platform consists of an inf...

14.06.19

JRC Report: The Future of Road Transport

Implications of Automated, Connected, Low-carbon and Shared Mobility On 21 June, the EC hosted a launch event for a recent publication from the Joint Research Centre on the future of mobility. Titled...

14.05.19

Humanist VCE to Host its Biennial Summer School

Humanist Virtual Centre of Excellence (VCE) is a consortium of members consisting of universities, research institutions and research intensive companies. Established in 2007 in Lyon, France, Humanist...

30.04.19

EUCAD 2019: Europe takes the lead

The second European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving entitled “Connected Automated Driving: Europe takes the lead” has taken place in Brussels on 2 and 3 April 2019. The event was co-...

12.04.19

ARCADE Joint CAD Network Stakeholder Workshop

The second ARCADE Joint CAD Network Stakeholder Workshop took place on 4 April following the EUCAD 2019 conference in Brussels. It attracted more than 120 participants, representing a total of 40 proj...

12.04.19

Trustworthy AI? The European Ethics Guidelines

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seen as a tool that can be used to serve humanity and the public good, with the aim to increase collective and individual well-being. For people to confidently gain the...

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