The European Commission together with the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC), the European Green Vehicles Initiative Association for the 2Zero partnership (EGVIAfor2Zero) and the Connected, Cooperation and Automated Mobility Association (CCAM) organised the fifth European conference on results from road transport R&I in H2020 projects (H2020RTR21 Conference).
The conference gathered selected H2020 funded projects on road transport areas, to give the attendees an overall picture of the achievements of EU-funded R&I and to identify the next steps needed to reach the overall EU transport policy objectives. With a strong focus on scientific achievements, this conference was a unique opportunity to disseminate the knowledge generated through these funded projects.
65 H2020 projects presented their new discoveries and achievements, how they tackled hurdles and resolved challenges, and what are the next research steps in different important areas for road transport.
VIRTUAL was on the program on 29 March 2022, in the parallel session ‘Protection of road users’. Our project coordinator Astrid Linder represented VIRTUAL in Brussels: “More than 500 participants had registered for this conference. In addition to showing the results of the hard work that has been done by the VIRTUAL partners, the close collaboration with the OSCCAR project was highlighted and much appreciated by the audience”.
In case you missed it, you can replay the session below:
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@cinea_eu‘s Anca Pasca introducing and moderating the session on protection of #road users on Tuesday.#EU-funded @OsccarProject, @eu_virtual and @PIONEERS_proj on stage, presenting their #results.#Virtualtesting #Roadsafety @CCAM_EU @2Zeroemission @ERTRAC_EU https://t.co/dKbw36Cx2B
— VIRTUAL project (@eu_virtual) March 31, 2022