March 4 - March 5
In a transport system of the future, connected and autonomous vehicles are decisive for more safety, energy efficiency and resource conservation. Human factors, such as foul behavior and inattention or tiredness of drivers, can be minimized as causes of accidents by connecting and automating vehicles and must definitely be considered in system implementation. Since these technologies and systems open up mobility and participation for all, the social relevance is obvious and clear.
In order to meet the expectations associated with connected and automated driving, implementation requirements must be met and appropriate deployment strategies have to be developed. The conference is supposed to bring the various stakeholders in the field of connected and automated driving into an in-depth exchange about the state of knowledge and the development of cooperations.
(source: ITS mobility Nord)