AustriaTech-Newsletter, issue 11/18

Dear readers,

AustriaTech is committed to the goal of supporting Europe-wide harmonized solutions for our transport and mobility system. Within that goal, our most important tool is dialogue. Through the exchange of different competencies and learnings, progress is stimulated and development is steered into safe, integrated and intelligent paths. Last month, the High Level Dialogue on Connected and Automated Mobility made this particularly clear. Finally, let's head towards Christmas: with our Holiday Calendar, you can sweeten the time until Christmas Eve with last year's mobility highlights.

Your AustriaTech editorial team wishes you lots of fun reading and a Merry Christmas!

High Level Dialogue on Connected and Automated Mobility in Europe

On 28 and 29 November, within the framework of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the High Level Dialogue on Connected and Automated Mobility, jointly organised by AustriaTech and BMVIT, took place. The aim is to promote European cooperation and an integrated further development of safe and sustainable mobility. >>> more

© Reich / BMVIT

Connected mobility begins with connected actors

Supporting connected and integrated mobility services is one of AustriaTech's core tasks. For harmonised dissemination of connectivity and C-ITS throughout Europe, the exchange of experience between all actors is of great importance. >>> more

© Robert Nemes

eCall: When every second counts

Austria's roads have become safer since march 2018. This is due to the implementation of eCall technology coordinated by AustriaTech. Read here how eCall works and how Austria has implemented the Europe-wide innovation. >>> more

© Shutterstock / Dragonetti

E-mobility and living: Accumulating know-how, reducing hurdles

At the ÖVG Forum E-Mobility & Living, AustriaTech addressed the question of how to improve the charging infrastructure in residential construction. In order to spread e-mobility, existing hurdles have to be removed by building up specific knowledge. >>> more

© AustriaTech

New Publication: TRA 2018 Highlightreport

The Transport Research Arena never sleeps. Even between the biennial conferences, participants and stakeholders follow its agenda. With the recently published TRA 2018 Highlight Report and Session Records all highlights from this year can be found in one publication. >>> more

© AustriaTech / Zinner

Introducing: The Transport Research Arena 2020

TRA 2018 has shown that a transport research conference covering all modes of transport is important for a sector undergoing massive changes. The TRA 2020 will take place in Helsinki from 27 to 30 April 2020. Stay up to date with the official newsletter. >>> more

© TRA 2020

ITS European Congress: Call for Contributions

From 3 to 6 June, 2019, the 13th ITS European Congress will take place in Eindhoven. ITS Experts are invited to submit Special Interest Sessions, Posters or Papers to be considered for presentation and publication at the Congress. Deadline: 11 January 2019. >>> more



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