Research on multimodal transport covers both freight and passenger transport. With respect to freight transport, the theme incorporates the movement of freight in one loading unit or road vehicle, which uses successively two or more transport modes without goods handling during modal changes. Multimodal passenger transport covers the use of different modes in a door-to-door journey chain, with the focus on modal integration in a seamless journey.
To address the challenges faced by the European railway industry with a focus on passenger experience, innovation and security, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), together with the European Standardisation Organisations CEN and CENELEC organise a workshop on “Railways of the future".
The output of the event will allow to adjust standardization priorities and implementation roadmaps.
The second International Conference on Mobility as a Service (ICoMaaS) aims to further increase our knowledge on the preconditions of MaaS, experiences from trials and commercial services, and the effects of MaaS, in particular on climate change, travel behaviour and transport poverty. The purpose of the conference is to build bridges between government, research and business and to identify knowledge gaps requiring further research.
Explore the latest research and thinking on what the current rapid changes in technology mean for the future of people’s mobilities and everyday lives in a 4-days residential course by Oxford’s Transport Studies Unit (17-20 March 2020).
Rapid changes are taking place in transport systems and mobility cultures across the globe. A variety of actors are investing growing resources in developing new and smart technologies and innovative solutions for transport and mobility.
EU DataViz 2019 is an international conference organised by the Publications Office of the European Union.
It addresses for the first time the specific needs of the community engaged in data visualisation for the public sector in Europe, bringing together experts, practitioners and solution seekers.
The Smart City Summit and Urban Mobility Expo will bring together leading companies and delegates from across the UK along with global partners to present the most forward-thinking innovations that are transforming the way we live.
With the rollout of 5G, the Smart City of the future becomes a realistic vision. Stakeholders will come together over a packed two-day conference program to discuss the future of seamless connectivity, and how it will improve lives and cities.
Speakers include representatives from the following organisations:
IT-TRANS is one of the leading intelligent urban transport systems conferences where the sector meet to exhange, discuss and invent digital solutions. Experts from around the globe will address key issues such as artifical intelligence and internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, on-demand and shared mobility, data ownership and mobility as a service (MaaS).
Ukraine are holding their fourth International City Trans EXPO and Conference in 2020. This is an opportunity to discover new vehicles and technologies showcased by exhibitors in the public transport and infrastructure industry. There is also a chance to learn about transport in modern cities and urban mobility through several presentations held over the course of two days. Topics will cover financing of the urban transport industry, buses and electrobuses, mobility as a service, and more.
The purpose of the 6th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems (VEHITS) is to bring together engineers, researchers and practitioners interested in the advances and applications in the field of Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems.
When: 4 & 5 December 2019 Where: Albert Borschette Conference Center (CCAB) Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels
The 3d edition of our H2020RTR conference is now open for registration.