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Cooperative and automated driving

Cooperative and automated driving have drawn a lot of attention the last couple of years. Experiments with automated driving are held all over the world and cooperative systems are developed and implemented in cars. But what can be expected from these cooperative systems and how will they influence driving behaviour and traffic management? And how is automated driving going to change mobility and transport? And what are important transitition to achieve this and when are they going to take place?



Start date:
January 1, 2014

Research topic:
Traffic management

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