The Conference of European
Directors of Roads (CEDR) is a
platform for cooperation and
promotion on improvements to
the road system and its
infrastructure. Its 27 member
states and their road authorities
can seize the
future of smart mobility
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There is a whole range of initiatives and alliances around ITS and smart mobility. Connecting Mobility provides oversights on this. The action programme knows what is going on here, nationally and internationally, it marries up developments and ensures that parties can link-up.
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Connekt is an independent
network of corporates,
governmentals and knowledge
institutes who pool their
strengths to arrive at a
sustainable improvement of
mobility in the Netherlands.
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The European Commission represents the interests of the EU as a whole. It proposes new legislation to the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, and it ensures that EU law is correctly applied by member countries.
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DITCM Innovations is an open innovation organisation in which government, industry and knowledge institutes work together on the successful introduction of cooperative systems to sustainably support mobility and accessibility.
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Rijkswaterstaat is responsible for the design, construction, management and maintenance of the main infrastructure facilities in the Netherlands. This includes the main road network, the main waterway network and water systems.
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RDW, the Netherlands Vehicle
Authority, looks forward to major Challenge outcomes including harmonization, e.g. exemption procedures.
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The Dutch government sees the potential of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and is investing in these systems (ITS). As vehicle authority the RDW takes a leading role around developing and implementing ITS regulations.
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At DAF it’s all about trucks. Our core activity is developing and manufacturing light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles.
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The Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles, with a global reach.
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Iveco is a global manufacturer of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, city and intercity buses and coaches, fire fighting vehicles, defence vehicles and off-road vehicles for construction and mining work.
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MAN Truck & Bus is one of the leading providers of commercial vehicles and transport solutions worldwide.
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At Scania trucks that little bit extra is standard, making them the natural choice of drivers and operators everywhere.
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Volvo Trucks is the second largest producer of heavy trucks and transport solutions within the entire truck industry. We supply the haulage industry with complete transportation solutions.
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The Netherlands is ready for the next step towards the introduction of automated trucks in Europe in 2020: the 2016 European Truck Platooning Challenge. We are keen to position this subject high on the agenda of the EU Presidency and to open the Dutch roads for ‘learning by doing’.
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