KTH Formula student team has once again participated in the Formula Student (FS) competition. FS is the world’s largest student engineering design competition where student teams for all over the world compete to design, build and race with a formula racing car.
On the 11th of June, ITRL held a symposium to discuss the future of integrated sustainable transport. The symposium focused on presenting research insights and findings on mobility services, connectivity, automation and transport efficiency.
A multidisciplinary student team from KTH has taken on the challenge to come up with solutions that would reduce the number of cars driving around the city and thereby create more space for people to go around.
On Tuesday June 12, ITRL, together with Drive Sweden and Trafikverket hosted this year’s edition of the Test Site Stockholm Demonstration Day.This day provided the Test Site Stockholm consortium with an opportunity to showcase, discuss and experience sustainable automated mobility.
Last week at the Transport Research Arena (TRA) conference held in Vienna Ida Kristoffersson (VTI) and Anna Pernestål Brenden (ITRL) presented a work that looks into scenarios for self-driving vehicles and their societal impacts in Sweden.
Tuesday the 20th of February, the Integrated Transport Research Lab at KTH Royal Institute of Technology hosted a workshop on trust in a Shared Mobility future. The workshop was organized in the context of the multi-stakeholder project Test Site Stockholm, funded by Drive Sweden.
On the 24th of January KTH and ITRL in a larger consortium led by Nobina have started with the first long-term trial of self-driving buses. The bus line runs in Stockholm (Kista) from Kista Galleria to Scandic Victoria Tower and it is the Nordics first self-driving bus on the public road in regular traffic.