Automated Road Transport (ART) is seen as one of the key technologies and major technological advancements influencing and shaping our future mobility and quality of life. The ART technology encompasses passenger cars, public transport vehicles, and urban and interurban freight transport and also extends to the road, IT and telecommunication infrastructure needed to guarantee safe and efficient operations of the vehicles.
In this framework, CARTRE is accelerating development and deployment of automated road transport by increasing market and policy certainties. CARTRE supports the development of clearer and more consistent policies of EU Member States in collaboration with industry players ensuring that ART systems and services are compatible on a EU level and are deployed in a coherent way across Europe.
CARTRE includes a joint stakeholder’s forum in order to coordinate and harmonise ART approaches at European and international level. CARTRE creates a solid knowledge base of all European activities, supports current activities and structures research outcomes by enablers and thematic areas.
CARTRE involves more than 60 organisations to consolidate the current industry and policy fragmentation surrounding the development of ART.
vid Chalmers University of Technology, SAFER - Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre
Porrino Pontevedra, Spain
Den Haag, Netherlands
Prag, Czech Republic
ER ZOETERMEER, Netherlands
Boulogne Billancourt, France
Loondon, United Kingdom
Leeds, United Kingdom
Funding Chalmers participation during 2016–2018 with 2,374,962.00 SEK