Urban mobility in the Netherlands: Automation (autonomous and connected)

Smart cities should start with smart public transit, the only way to truly reduce travel time, create an alternative for the (private) car and to create more living space, is by reducing the number of vehicle movements in a city. Sharing rides does all that.

With over 14 million passengers transported, 2getthere is an experienced supplier of sustainable self-driving transit systems, focusing on first- and last mile (public) transit solutions. Our proven technology can safely operate on public roads or dedicated lanes and deliver a customized, green and flexible transit solution. We deliver these applications turnkey, engineered for a lifetime of 20 years. 2getthere’s first APM system was developed in 1995. Pilot projects were realized at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (1997) and business park Rivium (1999). The extended Rivium system was equipped with 2nd generation GRT vehicles in 2006, and is still operational today. In 2002 the temporary Floriade application was realized, featuring 4-passenger vehicles. The first permanent PRT system, at Masdar City (Abu Dhabi) opened to the general public on November 28th 2010. The company currently has new projects under contract at Bluewaters Island (Dubai, UAE), Brussels Airport and business park Rivium (Capelle aan den IJssel, the Netherlands) and is involved closely in several genesis projects worldwide.

 

We would like to focus on and discuss your (potential) use cases, so please prepare your cases in advance!

Program:

  1. Jan-Willem van der Pas introduction & moderator
  2. Short introduction of 2Getthere by Dennis Mica and OC Mobility Marc van der Knaap
  3. Current capabilities of AV systems
  4. Focus on stakeholders, transportation need, performance requirements:
    1. Discuss your case in group breakouts
    2. Present your case
  • Feedback
  1. Lessons learned/closing

 

Workshop participants/contributors: Among others: City of Amsterdam, Technolution, Goudappel, Lumiguide, City of Helmond

 

Wanted!: Cities, urban planners, consultants, airports.

Background: Urban mobility in the Netherlands: Automation (autonomous and connected)

Smart cities should start with smart public transit, the only way to truly reduce travel time, create an alternative for the (private) car and to create more living space, is by reducing the number of vehicle movements in a city. Sharing rides does all that.

With over 14 million passengers transported, 2getthere is an experienced supplier of sustainable self-driving transit systems, focusing on first- and last mile (public) transit solutions. Our proven technology can safely operate on public roads or dedicated lanes and deliver a customized, green and flexible transit solution. We deliver these applications turnkey, engineered for a lifetime of 20 years. 2getthere’s first APM system was developed in 1995. Pilot projects were realized at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (1997) and business park Rivium (1999). The extended Rivium system was equipped with 2nd generation GRT vehicles in 2006, and is still operational today. In 2002 the temporary Floriade application was realized, featuring 4-passenger vehicles. The first permanent PRT system, at Masdar City (Abu Dhabi) opened to the general public on November 28th 2010. The company currently has new projects under contract at Bluewaters Island (Dubai, UAE), Brussels Airport and business park Rivium (Capelle aan den IJssel, the Netherlands) and is involved closely in several genesis projects worldwide.

 
Urban mobility in the Netherlands: Automation (autonomous and connected)
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Dennis Mica
+31(0)302383570
dennis@2getthere.eu
Marc van der Knaap
+31624761563
marc@oc.nl