Smart Mobility Projects

TU/e develops technologies in vehicles to improve safety, traffic flow and ease of use. TU/e studies driver assistance systems, vehicle dynamics and human-technology interaction. Within our Smart Mobility strategic area we have made significant progress.

TU/e develops technologies in vehicles to improve safety, traffic flow and ease of use. TU/e studies for example driver assistance systems, vehicle dynamics and human-technology interaction. Within our Smart Mobility Strategic Area we have made significant progress, through projects in which TU/e cooperates with industry and academia.

Some of our projects are:

Mobilus

The MOBiLus consortium (Mobility for Livable Urban Spaces) has been granted 400 million euro to set up an organization that focusses on education, research and valorization in the field of urban mobility. A total of 1.6 billion euro is allocated over programs for the next 7 years.

• i-CAVE – Integrated Cooperative Automated VEhicles

This project is a collaboration of researchers, industry and governments in order to develop vehicles that can drive both autonomously (on separate, closed roads) as well as cooperative on public roads.

Autopilot

“Automated driving Progressed by Internet Of Things” (AUTOPILOT) brings IoT into the automotive world to transform connected vehicles — moving ”things” in the IoT ecosystem — into highly and fully automated vehicles.

4C4More

The key idea behind 4C4More is to create economies of scale through partnerships within and between distribution chains. The concrete results will be cheaper production, transportation, and storage, using fewer materials and with fewer emissions.

4C4D

TU/e and Tilburg University aim to improve transport options within cities, while reducing emissions, traffic jams, and noise pollution achieved by combining goods traffic, which can be accomplished through sharing freight space and combining planning and routes.

More Efficient Transport to flower auctions

The DaVinc3i project aims to bolster the Dutch horticulture sector by developing concepts for coordination, consolidation, and collaboration in the distribution chain.