Research should build on existing technologies for in-vehicle platforms and traffic management resources and integrate these with transformative technologies such as future internet and cloud computing to capture, store, process and communicate increasing quantities of information. Mobility is seen in a broad sense and could include non-motorised transport modes, electromobility and public transport, combined use of multiple modes of transport, virtual mobility concepts, and innovative mobility sharing schemes. The information used may come from traffic management systems, connected vehicles, the surrounding infrastructure and from mobility users including floating car data and crowd sourcing information. Proposals shall demonstrate the value of new services and business models through pilots involving end-users, paying attention to aspects of data privacy and security of the digital citizen.
Relevant challenge: 6. ICT for a low carbon economy
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