It is not only about European funding: discussing the efforts, results and reflecting on the future of fields covered by research is a fundamental part of European research initiatives. This is exactly what the 4th H2020 Road Transport Research European Conference will do on 30 November and 1 December. Co-organised by the European Commission Directorate-General Research and Innovation, ERTRAC and EGVIA, the H2020 Road Transport Research European Conference brings together more than 70 projects dealing with road transport research funded under the Horizon 2020 Transport programme. The participating projects this year cover a number of areas, including green and electric vehicles; automated transport; safe, efficient, and resilient infrastructure; clean, inclusive, and safe mobility.
Amongst the selected projects, C-MobILE will be presenting its results and highlight their contribution to drive forward EU policy goals. C-MobILE, which is advancing cooperative ITS in urban and sub-urban areas, will focus on its ongoing activities in the area of connectivity, enabling C-ITS services to support in-vehicle applications and two-way infrastructure communication; interoperability of its bundle of services across systems by testing and validating standards; and deployment, by demonstrating, assessing and evaluating the benefits of C-ITS integration.