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Future Mobility Lab

User Behaviour

CIVITAS-DYN@MO

DYNamic Citizens @ctive for sustainable Mobility

ecoDriver

Within the scope of the joint research project “ecoDriver”, funded by the European Commission, the Institut für Kraftfahrzeuge (ika) of the RWTH Aachen University investigates an improved design of the Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) to encourage green driving, aiming to reduce fuel consumption in a long-term observation.

FuMob - Future Mobility

The progress of urbanisation comes with a steadily growing traffic volume in cities which in turn increasingly impacts climate and health due to particulates.

HA-N-F

The project HA-N-F aims to create a design space in order to investigate characteristics of the driver in various driving scenarios with special focus on the requirements of users which are relevant for acceptance of highly automated driving.

UR:BAN

UR:BAN is a cooperative project within the 3rd Traffic Research Programme of the Federal Government of Germany and aims to increase safety in urban traffic by developing new driver assistance and traffic management systems. Additionally the deployment of intelligent infrastructure and its networking with intelligent vehicles is intended to optimize traffic efficiency while simultaneously reducing emissions.

Urban Turn - U-Turn

Researching the quality of life in urban quarters within the context of mobility, urban structures, and the energy transition