SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption
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13 European Countries
Over 20 cities involved across Europe
24 months of real-life
5 Mega demo sites
6 Satellite demo sites
3 Follower demo sites
350,000 units of goods
SHOW aims to support the deployment of shared, connected and electrified automation in urban transport, to advance sustainable urban mobility. During the project, real-life urban demonstrations taking place in 20 cities across Europe will see the integration of fleets of automated vehicles in public transport, demand-responsive transport (DRT), Mobility a Service (MaaS) and Logistics as a Service (LaaS) schemes.
SHOW aims to be the biggest and most holistic ever initiative piloting automated vehicles in urban environments. It gathers a strong partnership including 69 partners from 13 EU-countries and fosters international cooperation by collaborating with organisations from the US, South Korea, Australia, China, and other countries.
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