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smart mobility newsletter, issue 3/18

March 2018

Dear partners and interested parties,

get the last discounted tickets to the Transport Research Arena 2018 via online registration, which is available until the 8th of April. In this newsletter you will also find updates on the projects Linking Danube and CARTRE, including a survey on the issue of connected and automated driving.

Enjoy reading!

Your smart-mobility Team

Save your advanced rate ticket to TRA2018 - online available until 8.4.!

Last chance to get an discount on a ticket for TRA2018, holding place from 16th until 19th of April in Vienna: the advanced rate is available online until the 8th of April 2018. Don't miss this opportunity to experience TRA2018 with it's new formats and high-level speakers.
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Public consultation on connected and automated mobility

We want your opinion: automated and connected mobility has far-reaching effects on our society. As part of the CARTRE project, you are invited to give your opinion on various aspects of this topic. The outcomes will be presented at the CAD Symposium on the 19th and 20th April and published on the CARTRE-website. >>> more

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eCall – Automatic Emergency Call after a Road Accident

The new european legal standard for the automatic emergency call service "eCall" will  become effective on the 31st of March.
The wide standard is intended to increase road safety throughout road traffic throughout Europe. >>> more

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Linking Danube: Multimodal Journey Planning Services

Most of the travel information systems have emerged in an urban or regional context and are therefore limited to local and regional modes of transport and contain few cross-border or demand-side information. The Linking Danube project is aiming to link isolated regional multimodal travel information systems across borders. >>> more

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TRA2018: Pupils design their future means of transport

At TRA2018 workshops with students will take place in cooperation with the Austrian ScienceCenter-Network (SCN). Five school classes are considering the mobility of the future: What does a future means of transport look like, who are the users, which materials will be used and where will the energy come from? At TRA2018 students will then present their ideas and discuss them with experts. >>> more

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Tips

AustriaTech at TRA2018: Meet us at Stand E06 in the Exhibition

The Early Bird Registration for the 25th edition of the ITS World Congress in Denmark has opened. Find more details on the event and on the registration here.

Last chance for registration for the DATEX II Forum in Utrecht (Netherlands)! The event will be held on the 23rd and the 24th of May.

From 5:00 pm until 11:00 pm on the 13th of April 2018 the "night of research" ("Lange Nacht der Forschung") is taking place all over Austria. Admission is free.

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