The actual fuel consumption of modern vehicles under real-world driving conditions is still divergent from the laboratory values. (more…)
In March 2020, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, most European governments put in place unprecedented restrictions on travel and movement including border closures, lockdowns for most of the population, closure of schools, workplaces, shops, leisure and sport facilities. (more…)
Whereas the latest EU developments in vehicle emissions have been an outstanding step forward towards a clean fleet, there is still a huge potential to improve the impact that vehicles have on air quality. (more…)
About 100 delegates from around the world participated – Tuesday 30 June 2020 – at the latest CITA webinar titled: “From driving assistance systems to Automated Driving: the perspective of a technology supplier“.
The event was hosted in collaboration with Intel Corporation.
Self-driving vehicles are one of the major drivers of change in the automotive industry. Automated Vehicles, if putting safety first, could increase vehicle safety and more in general road safety. Owing to the complex interaction of vehicles with the environment and different traffic participants, it is necessary to define formal rules for the behavior of future vehicles, in the testing requirements.
How to address this complexity and how ensure an efficient development and testing of Automated Vehicles?
Together with Mr S. du Boispean, Senior Manager, Automated Driving & IoT Policy, Intel Corporation, we tried to answer these questions.
The new edition of the CITA NewsRelease is now available! (more…)
On MAY the 14th, in collaboration with the Croatian Presidency of the Council of EU, we hosted a webinar titled: “AUTOMATED DRIVING”. (more…)
We are proud to share these two stories on how some PTI infrastructures have been used to fight COVID-19 outbreak. Two CITA members, VEIASA in Spain – Opus in the USA and Sweden, lent their facilities and staff to the cause. (more…)
Kampala, Uganda | 20 February 2020. A delegation of transport experts from 21 Member States representing Ministries or Government Agencies were in Uganda (more…)
The European Union and the African Union launched in early 2019 the Africa-Europe Alliance Transport Taskforce to exchange views and deliver recommendations to enhance transport cooperation. (more…)