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Presentations and photos from FEHRL's Infrastructure Research Meeting now available!
From 5--7th April 2017, some 100 transport infrastructure research experts from Europe and beyond met for the 2017 FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting (FIRM17). At this key event, FEHRL's new Strategic European Road and cross-modal Research and Implementation Plan, updated Forever Open Road Resilient roadmap and new Scanning Tour report of Japan and South Korea were launched.
The first day of the meeting entitled "The Future Transport System: A Public-Private Entreprise embracing infrastructure and vehicles across all modes" featured two strategic sessions and the final conférences of the REFINET and USE-iT H2020 projects..Click here to see the photos.
The second day began with an absorbing round table on automated connected vehicles and electrification, then featured sessions on Resilience, Safety and Skills and knowledge transfer. Click here to see the photos.
The third and final day of the conference began a session on the Infravation ERA-NET Plus programme, then followed with sessions on Asset management, Inspection & Maintenance and concluded with a session on Mobility as a service & Active modes. Click here to see the photos.
A more detailed report on this three-day conference will be available here and on the respective project websites in the near future. Contact email@example.com for more details about FIRM17.
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