Automated Driving: a silver bullet for urban regions?
High expectations rest on automated driving to make transport safe, efficient and clean. Automated driving is considered a disruptive innovation that will change the way we travel and open up new ways of designing public space. The STAD project aims to study the Spatial and Transport Impacts of Automated Driving.
We kindly and warmly invite you to the first public event of the STAD project at Provinciehuis Zuid-Holland in The Hague on the 7th of March.
The event is open for everybody who is interested to learn about the impacts of Automated Driving and the STAD project in particular and to meet other parties working in this field.
Registration for the event can be done here. You will receive a confirmation by email.
|13:00 – 13:30||Arrival at Provinciehuis Zuid-Holland | coffee & tea|
|13:30 – 14:00||Welcome
Bart van Arem – TU Delft: The first steps of the STAD project
Filippo Santoni – TU Delft: Ethics and Automated Driving Systems
|14:00 – 15:00||Session 1:
Rob Zuidwijk – Rotterdam School of Management – Erasmus university
Truck platooning in de Rotterdamse haven
Gerben Feddes – RDW
Between rules and riding: the (im)possibilities in the admission of vehicles
Tom Alkim – Rijkswaterstaat
Kennisagenda automated driving
|15:00 – 15:30||Break|
|15:30 – 16:50||Session 2:
Judith Boelhouwers en Bart Stoffels – Gemeente Rotterdam & Except
Rotterdam laat zich rijden
Marieke Kassenberg – Provincie Gelderland
WEpods, autonoom rijden op de openbare weg in Gelderland
Steven van der Kleij – RTHA
Last mile for Rotterdam The Hague Airport?
Maaike Snelder – TNO/TU Delft
Netwerkdesign and en impact of automated driving
|16:50 – end||Drinks|