Robbert Lohmann, Chief Commercial Officer
By joining CUTRIC we get the chance to work with leading cities and companies in Canada, contributing to deliver the future.
2getthere is joining CUTRIC, the Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium, which supports projects that develop the next-generation of mobility and transportation technologies for Canadians. These advancements help grow the low-carbon and “smart” technology eco-system in the country, leading to job growth and economic development over the long-term.
By joining CUTRIC we get the chance to work with leading cities and companies in Canada, contributing to deliver the future. Other partners of CUTRIC include leading industrial giants ABB, Bombardier, BAE Systems, Siemens and Thales as well as a large number of renowned Canadian universities. For a full overview of all partners, visit the CUTRIC website: http://cutric-crituc.org (also available in French, of course).
CUTRIC’s work generates solutions that decrease fuel consumption, reduce emissions, eliminate redundancies, reduce congestion, improve the quality of life for Canadians, advance the digital integration of low-cost mobility solutions for communities across Canada, increase road safety and reduce road accidents. CUTRIC supports the technologies required for a 21st century low-carbon economy.
1. Zero- and low-emissions propulsion technologies and systems integration, including battery electric and hybrid electric propulsion technologies, hydrogen fuel cell electric propulsion technologies, compressed and renewable natural gas propulsion technologies (including hydrogen and natural gas fuel combinations), and dimethyl ether (DME) propulsion technologies, as well as grid-based “smart” management tools that balance electric fleet charging and/or hydrogen refuelling.
2. “Smart” vehicles and “smart” infrastructure technologies for autonomous and connected vehicles on roads and on rail (Intelligent Transportation Systems), including sensors, signals, and control systems that enable vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-X standardized and interoperable communications.
3. Big Data for mobility analytics and Mobility as a Service applications, including initiatives to optimize public and private fleets through the use of descriptive, analytic, and predictive data assessment, and the integration of artificially intelligent decision-making systems that guide fleet managers in real-time.
4. Cybersecurity in advanced mobility applications, securitization of low-carbon smart mobility systems, including secure communications for autonomous and connected vehicles given the susceptibility of new vehicle systems to malicious attack.