H2020- SHOW- SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption
SHOW project aims to support the migration path towards affective and persuasive sustainable urban transport through technical solutions, business models and priority scenarios for impact assessment, by deploying shared, connected, electrified fleets of autonomous vehicles in coordinated Public Transport (PT), Demand Responsive Transport (DRT), Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Logistics as a Service (LaaS) operational chains in real-life urban demonstrations all across Europe.
The Swedish Mega pilots will run two test pilots during 2022 in Göteborg and Linköping.
Göteborg targets: Three AV shuttles at Chalmers campus Johanneberg integrated and complement the existing PT. 5G remote control tower with remote monitoring & tele-operation
Linköping targets:Three shuttles will operate in an on-demand autonomous shuttle fleet and integrated, connected to complementary carpooling (Sunfleet), e-bikes and cargo cycles, all included in MaaS schemes.
The Swedish part of the SHOW project is also responsible for the work packages
"Final SHOW Ethics manual, Data Protection Policy and Data Privacy Impact Assessment”, VTI
"Evaluation framework", VTI
"Pilot experimental plans, KPIs definition& impact assessment framework for pre-demo evaluation", VTI
"Pilot experimental plans, KPIs definition & impact assessment framework for final demonstration round", VTI
"Swedish CCAV demonstrators, The Swedish Mega Pilots“, RISE
H2020 - SHOW
RISE role in project
Swedish CCAV demonstrator coordinator
Entire SHOW budget is 36MEuro. The Swedish partners funding is 2.26M Euro and RISE funding is 550K Euro
VTI, Anna Anund, Transdev, Christian Monstein, Keolis, Jan Jansson, Ericsson, Andreas Olsson AB, Combitech, Dich Vezins