Our Research Programs

2getthere has participated in several EU Research Programs since 2000, developing key technologies such as the Magnet Measurement System.For more information on research programs, both in the USA and the EU, please also refer to the Advanced Transit Association archive.

STAD (2017)

STAD (Spatial and Transport Impacts of Automated Driving) is a joint research project about the implications of the future of accessibility and spatial development of mobility with respect to autonomous driving technologies.

SafeVRU (2016)

SafeVRU will develop sensing, intent recognition, and vehicle control strategies for the interaction of automated vehicles with vulnerable road users (VRU) such as pedestrians and cyclists.

i-CAVE (2016)

Within the i-CAVE (integrated Cooperative Automated Vehicles) research program, 2getthere will work on the advancement of ‘platooning’: vehicles driving as a ‘virtual train’ by accelerating and decelerating simultaneously and being able to enter and leave the platoon.

CityMobil2 (2014)

CityMobil2 is setting up a pilot platform for automated road transport systems, which will be implemented in several urban environments across Europe.

NICHES+ (2011)

The mission of NICHES+ is to promote innovative measures for making urban transport more efficient and sustainable and to move them from their current “niche” position into a mainstream urban transport application

CyberCars2 (2008)

CyberCars2 researches vehicle-vehicle and vehicle-infrastructure communications and vehicles coordination, in particular the cooperation between vehicles running at close range (platooning) and at intersections (merging, crossing).

CyberMove (2004)

The goals of the CyberMove project are to improve the attractiveness and quality of life in Anyville by reducing the use and the parking needs of traditional cars.

CyberCars (2004)

The Project’s main objective was to accelerate the development and the diffusion of this novel transportation system by improving the performances and lowering the cost.