On the 19th and the 26th of May 2021, the AVENUE consortium held the 7th General Meeting of the project on the Zoom video conferencing platform. This meeting was attended by all AVENUE consortium partners and includes the new partners representing the 2 new replicator sites “Sion” and “Esch-sur-Alesch” as well as the AVENUE advisory […]
About Dimitri Konstantas
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Dimitri Konstantas contributed a whooping 68 entries.
Entries by Dimitri Konstantas
In the framework of H2020 AVENUE and other mobility projects in Lyon, a permanent installation of V2I communication was conducted by FERACO and was fully integrated into the urban transport network of Greater Lyon. This installation will be managed by the operator Kéolis, partner in this installation, and is the first of its kind in […]
On the 12th of May 2021, an interview with Mr Philippe Varone, the President of Sion, was broadcasted by the Swiss RTS TV channel. Mr Varone discussed joining of the Sion Replicator site to the AVENUE project and the future collaboration plans in this project
On the 22nd of April 2021 Prof. Dimitri Konstantas (AVENUE Coordinator) has presented the AVENUE project results at the third European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD 2021). The presentation was titled “Deployment of public transportation services with autonomous vehicles: Lessons learnt from the Belle-Idée site” Furthermore, the AVENUE consortium has also organized a virtual […]
The AVENUE Project is proud to announce the first world-wide deployment of on-demand, door-to-door Automated Shuttles for public transport services from TPG at the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) Belle-Idée site with 78 virtual stops and 100% operator free
Abstract: How to measure the impacts of shared automated electric vehicles on urban mobility? A scientific article, published in “Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment”, presents findings from the AVENUE project and proposes a method to measure the impacts of Shared Automated Electric Vehicles on mobility through a sustainability assessment. The arrival of new […]
The AVENUE project is proud to welcome the two new AVENUE replicator sites at Uvrier-Sion and Esch-sur-Alzette, where the involved partners are launching regular on-demand poblic transport service with fully automated NAVYA mini-buses. The Uvrier-Sion replicator site will be run by PostAuto, HES-SO Valais and the City of Sion and the Esch-sur-Alzette replicator site will […]
Source: Mobilités Magazine n°46Date: March 2021 What are public policy advances in EU for the faster launch of Automated Vehicles services in Public transport?The AVENUE Project Scientific Coordinator Prof. D. Attias indicates the project’s advances & their potential for the future of services with autonomous shuttles Want to learn about the public policy advances in […]
A video was created by Sales-Lentz presenting their deployment of autonomous mini-buses in Luxembourg:
Source: Radio Lac (Link 1, Link 2)Date: 23 March 2021 Marc Chatelain (TPG) was invited to Radio Lac Podcast to discuss EU’s Horizon 2020 AVENUE project and the Belle-Idée demonstrator site deployment. Interview fragment about the AVENUE project Source: https://radiolac.ch/podcasts/carrefours-23032021-1434-145046/ Interview fragment about the Belle-Idée demonstrator site Source: https://radiolac.ch/podcasts/carrefours-23032021-1444-150953/
Demonstrator & Replicator sites
SUBSCRIBE HERE !
Prof. Dimitri KONSTANTAS
Information Science Institute – Director
AVENUE projet Coordinator
Uni Battelle – Office 236
Univercity Of Geneva
Route de Drize 7
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement no 769033.