Collaboration with STAD
RADD has a close collaboration with the Spatial and Trasnport Impacts of Automated Driving, or STAD, project. This project aims to explore the long-term, indirect and large-scale impact of autonomous driving technologies. Especially the most advanced levels of automated driving could lead to drastic changes in mobility patterns and even the spatial structure of cities and regions. The outcomes of STAD support long-term transportation investment and planning decisions. Particular topics include regional development and accessibility, urban design, pedestrians and cyclists, public transport and parking.
STAD is funded by the Smart Urban Regions of the Future (SURF) programme of NWO and runs from 2016 to 2020. The consortium involves partners from industry, (local) government and academia, most of whom in the Rotterdam-The Hague area of the Netherlands.
IN THE MEDIA
- THE GREEN VILLAGE: AN INNOVATIVE TESTING GROUND Published in: Cobouw
- THE NETHERLANDS ‘BEST PREPARED’ FOR AUTONOMOUS CARS, CYCLISTS MAKE ARRIVAL DIFFICULT Published in: NOS
- SENSOR USE WITH AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES Published in: De Volkskrant
- COMEDIAN PIETER JOUKE SEES POSSIBILITIES Published in: delft.nl
- RIJKSOVERHEID.NL: SPEECH BY MINISTER SCHULTZ VAN HAEGEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SMART MOBILITY RESEARCH LAB Published in: Rijksoverheid.nl
- VR and Field Study to analyse interaction between pedestrians and autonomous vehicles Published on: Friday 22 February 2019
- Folluw up research car sickness Published on: Wednesday 19 December 2018
- Wanted: Research Opportunity at RADD Published on: Wednesday 07 February 2018
- Bikesim Published on: Monday 23 October 2017
- Opening of Researchlab Automated Driving Delft Published on: Saturday 24 June 2017