Improving transport efficiency and reducing its negative impacts is a major political objective of the European Union.
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) promise to play an important role towards this goal. CAVs are indeed expected to be safer and more energy efficient than existing conventional vehicles and to increase the road network capacity.
The Joint Research Centre organized a dedicated co-creation workshop on 25 November 2021 to discuss with participants from Enlargement and Integration (E&I) countries about the possible expectations and concerns about Connected and Automated Mobility. The support from well renowned scientific experts in the field contributed to enrich the discussion.
Okan University which is the part of the important projects on Connected and Automated Mobility and Smart and Clean Mobility with its Transportation Technologies and Intelligent Automotive Systems Center participated the workshop with the introduction of OPINA, RECIPROCITY and MODALES Projects.
During the workshop knowledge exchange through open discussions ensured with discussions and presentations. From automotive to energy, including employees, managers as well as representatives from academia, industry, NGOs, Ministries participated the workshop.