Studies

Overview

iMobility Challenge mapping of systems

The objective of the study was to provide a mapping of vehicle systems which support energy efficient and sustainable mobility. The main focus in the study was in cooperative ITS intelligent transport systems) applications and systems which provide largest reductions in energy consumption.

Final version is pending European Commission approval

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iMobility Challenge mapping of products and services

Under the scope of the project, this dedicated study aimed to bring consolidated information about the availability of products and services based on Co-operative Intelligent Transport Systems that exist in the market and are offered by ITS stakeholders.

Final version is pending European Commission approval.

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iMobility Challenge Technologies Brochure

This Brochure contains a quick overview and graphical illustrations of the technologies identified in the mapping of systems study (study 2.1).

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User Awareness and Demand for iMobility systems

iMobility Challenge conducted a large scale survey to assess consumers' knowledge, demand and willingness to pay for 5 technologies that are readily available today:

- Eco-driving (eco-driving assistance)
- Real-time traffic information
- Start-stop assistant
- Tire pressure monitoring system
- Speed alert
- Emergency Braking

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User Awareness and Demand for iMobility systems: Main Findings

The main findings of the study on user Awareness and Demand for iMobility systems have been summarised in a Brochure with the study's main findings.

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iMobility Forum: the road to intelligent mobility

The iMobility Forum is a European Commission lead initiative that regroups all players in the
field of ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems). Two European Projects support the work of the Forum: The iMobility Challenge, and iMobility Support. This publciation presents highlights from studies undertaken by both projects.

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Users' feedback before and after testing iMobility systems

A study was conducted in order to understand car users' attitudes before and after testing new technologies. Three technologies are investigated in this report: autonomous emergency braking, traffic light asssistance, and parking assistance systems.

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Users Awareness and Demand for iMobility Systems_further analysis

iMobility Challenge conducted a large scale survey to assess consumers' knowledge, demand and willingness to pay for 5 technologies that are readily available today:

- Eco-driving (eco-driving assistance)
- Real-time traffic information
- Start-stop assistant
- Tire pressure monitoring system
- Speed alert
- Emergency Braking

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