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Welcome to the VRA Wiki,
the online catalogue of Vehicle and Road Automation activities that anyone can edit!
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This wiki intends to be a resource for anyone interested in Vehicle and Road Automation, their organisation, their set up and their results. We strongly encourage you to contribute to this online resource.

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VRA – Vehicle and Road Automation is a support action funded by the European Union to create a collaboration network of experts and stakeholders working on deployment of automated vehicles and its related infrastructure.This website lists the known activities related to VRA: VRA_Catalogue

Visit the Vehicle and Road Automation (VRA) website:
www.vra-net.eu


This month's activity: CityMobil2

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CityMobil2 is setting up a pilot platform for automated road transport systems, which will be implemented in several urban environments across Europe.

CityMobil2 started in September 2012 and will run for 4 years and has 45 partners drawn from system suppliers, city authorities (and local partners), the research community and networking organisations. More information on: CityMobil2 website

The Activity Catalogue

With the aim to involve all experts, VRA has created a Activity Catalogue to which everyone can contribute. It is an online list of past and present activities in the field of Vehicle and Road Automation for anyone interested in the topic. Key information about various past, current and planned activities in Europe, US and the region Japan are provided. Everyone can help us to build the Activity Catalogue by listing or enriching information about a specific activity in Vehicle and Road Automation!

If your Activity is not listed and you would like to add a page, please use the template

You can copy the code and headings and create a new Activity page based on the defined template.