Projects

SHOW

SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption (SHOW) will test shared, connected and electrified automation in urban transport, to advance sustainable urban mobility.

Involving 20 cities from 13 EU-counties, the project will develop and test different automated vehicles solutions in real life conditions. From autonomous shuttles servicing hospital patients and personnel in Rennes, to robotaxis in Brno helping the city public transport reach out to neglected areas, to Linkoping’s autonomous vehicles catering to schools and residential care facilities, SHOW will bring the highest levels of autonomous vehicles in the streets of European cities.

All vehicles will integrate the existing transport system finding use cases where autonomous vehicles would be an advantageous choice for the city and its inhabitants. Throughout the process, users will have an active role in steering the project’s direction by giving feedback.

The project will also collaborate with well-versed stakeholders in the autonomous vehicles sector from the US, South Korea, Australia, China, and other countries.

Contact

Peter Staelens Senior project coordinator

Starting date

January 2020

Ending date

September 2024

Partners

Aachener Strassenbahn Und Energieversorgungs Ag, Ait Austrian Institute of Technology Gmbh, Anaptyxiaki Etaireia Dimou Trikkaion Anaptyxiaki Anonymi Etaireia Ota, Artin Spol. S R.o., Austriatech, Avl List Gmbh, Avl Software and Functions Gmbh, Ballerup Kommune, Bax Innovation Consulting Sl, Bestmile Sa , Centre Hospitalier Universitaire De Rennes, Centrum Dopravniho Vyzkumu V.v.i., Combitech Ab, Commissariat a L Energie Atomique Et Aux Energies Alternatives,ctlup Srl,  Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Datik Informacion Inteligente S.l., Datik Informacion Inteligente S.l., Deutsches Zentrum Fur Luft – Und Raumfahrt Ev, E.go Mobile Ag, E.go Moove Gmbh, Easymile, Empresa Municipal De Transportes De Madrid Sa, Ericsson Ab, Ericsson Gmbh, Ethnicon Metsovion Polytechnion, Ethniko Kentro Erevnas Kai Technologikis Anaptyxis, Euromobilita Sro, European Passengers’ Federation Ivzw, European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Coordination Organisation – Intelligent Transport Systems & Services Europe, Fev Europe Gmbh, Fondazione Links – Leading Innovation & Knowledge for Society, Freie Hansestadt Bremen, Fundacion Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Fzi Forschungszentrum Informatik, Gruau Laval Sas, Gruppo Torinese Trasporti S.p.a., Idiada Automotive Technology Sa, Iesta – Institut Fur Innovative Energie -stoffaustauschsysteme, Indra Sistemas Sa, Information Technology for Market Leadership, Institut Vedecom, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, International Road Federation, Irizar E-mobility Sl, Jrc -joint Research Centre- European Commission, Kapsch Trafficcom Ag, Keolis, Luxoft Italy Srl, Navya, Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek Tno, Pdcp Gmbh, Pole De Competitivite Idforcar, Rhein-neckar-verkehr Gmbh, Rise Research Institutes of Sweden Ab, Robert Bosch Car Multimedia Gmbh, Robert Bosch Gmbh, Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft M.b.h., Sensible 4 Oy, Siemens Mobility Austria Gmbh, Sitowise Oy, Societe Des Transports Intercommunaux De Bruxelles Ssf, Stadt Aachen, Statens Vag- Och Transportforskningsinstitut, Statutarni Mesto Brno, Swarco Italia Srl, Tampereen Kaupunki, Teknologian Tutkimuskeskus Vtt Oy, Trafikselskabet Movia, Transdev Group, Transdev Sverige Ab, T-systems International Gmbh, Union Internationale Des Transports Publics, Universita Degli Studi Di Genova, Universite De Geneve, Upstream-next Level Mobility Gmb, Valeo Vision Sas, Virtual Vehicle Research Gmbh, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Wiener Linien Gmbh &co Kg, Zf Friedrichshafen Ag