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What happens when software makes decisions in traffic

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Smart lorry convoys save fuel

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Large numbers of lorries drive in close convoy, autonomously communicating with one another to maintain optimal distance and fuel efficiency. In the future, this may be a common site. RISE is currently participating in the first project to see vehicles from different manufacturers working together.

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Split journeys will be the future

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An app that tells you whether you should cycle to work or take the train. A self-driving car that picks you up in the morning. These are only two examples of what the future might look like, when we buy mobility as a service instead of buying train tickets or owning our own cars.

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Drones improve patient care

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LaborBerlin testing laboratory handles over six million samples annually. They are transported by lorry, bicycle messenger, taxi, pneumatic tube and via an internal rail network. In order to reduce transportation times and costs, RISE is collaborating with LaborBerlin and the Technical University of Berlin to develop a method that uses drones as a delivery method.

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Varberg might introduce self-driving buses

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Varberg can be one of the first municipalities in Sweden to introduce self-driving buses in regular traffic. It is hopped to be able to offer passengers a self-driving solution during a major building project in the town centre.

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Digitalised Mining – now focusing on business development

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I PIMM-projektet togs tekniken fram för att precisionsstyra en hjullastare med hjälp av ett mobilt nätverk – 400 meter under jorden – med föraren i ett kontor ovan mark. När tekniken finns behöver den göras tillgänglig på marknaden. I det efterföljande projektet PIMM DMA har RISE och projektpartners riktat in sig på affärsutveckling och paketering av koncepten som tagits fram.

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Awitar is testing the vehicles of the future

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När fordon blir allt mer avancerade måste de testas. Den nya tekniken får inte störa andra – och ska samtidigt stå pall för påverkan utifrån. Volvo Cars tar hjälp av den 6 048 kubikmeter stora kammaren i testanläggningen Awitar för att kontrollera elekotromagnetiska kompabilit, EMC, i sina bilar.

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Safe interaction with several levels of automation in vehicles

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Connecting Software and Hardware Opportunities to Performance Engines

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AIR: A distributed research environment for autonomous technology

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Eilert Johansson

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Eilert Johansson

Affärs- och innovationsområdeschef Mobilitet

+46 70 2418668
eilert.johansson@ri.se

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