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ITRL Conference on Integrated Transport 2016 Connected & Automated Transport Systems

29 november 2016 (Hela dagen)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Sweden
Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL), a cooperation between KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Ericsson and Scania, invites to an international conference on integrated transport with a focus on Connected & Automated Transport Systems. We welcome research presentations that take an integrated approach and include technology conditions and progress, societal challenges and user needs. Research from academia, research institutes, industry and public authorities are all welcome.

Topics include but are not limited to: 

 

Results from pilots, field trials and living lab applications

  • Technical configurations
  • Transport service concepts
  • Social impacts
  • User-centred design

 
The conference will provide a creative and intimate setting for researchers from all around the world to see and discuss cutting edge research on Connected & Automated Transport Systems from an integrated perspective. In the conference we will discuss societal impacts, related policies, user acceptance and other recent results related to this upcoming new transport concept, and you will also have excellent opportunities to make person-to-person connections for future collaboration.
 
Find more details in the attached 1st Call for presentations.

Important dates

3rd of October: Deadline for extended abstract submission
17th of October: Deadline for early bird registration
24th of October: Notification of acceptance of papers for presentation
7th of November: Deadline for registration
 
We look forward to your contribution!
 
ITRL Conference on Integrated Transport 2016
Connected & Automated Transport Systems 
29-30th of November 2016
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
 
www.itrl.kth.se/conferences
integratedtransport@kth.se

Arrangeras av KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Sweden.