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AutoTRUST: Novel autonomous AI solutions to support safe, resilient and smart mobility

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The AutoTRUST (Autonomous self-adaptive services for TRansformational personalized inclUsivenesS and resilience in mobility) project aims to develop and demonstrate a novel AI-leveraged self-adaptive framework of advanced vehicle technologies and solutions which optimize usability, perception, and experience on-board, and when boarding/off-boarding, in terms of security, privacy, well-being, health and assistance.

Effective transportation systems are essential to Europe’s prosperity, having significant impacts on economic growth, social development, and the environment. For this reason, Europe takes actions to enhance mobility, ensure accessibility and inclusiveness, and create high quality and sustainable transport systems, while at the same time reducing congestion, air and noise pollution and accidents.

This project sets the foundations and deploy, the very first economically realistic and viable advanced vehicle technologies and solutions that address security, privacy, well-being, health, and assistance, leading to enhanced inclusiveness, trust, and safety in the interaction between users and automated vehicles, taking a holistic approach and considering all elements in a cross-sector business environment.

AutoTRUST will test, monitor, and validate all its innovative outcomes in four (4) different pilots across Europe focusing on technologies and solutions to optimise the on-board experience and ensure inclusiveness.

It is expected that the project’s approach will result in more sustainable mobility that translates into better air quality and reduced noise, while at the same time optimizing transportation times, enabling cities and communities to adapt to foreseen and evolving needs shaped by new demographic and societal challenges, and creating economic opportunities.

The project’s consortium involves 15 partners from 8 European countries (Greece, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Cyprus, Switzerland), USA, South Korea, and Japan. The consortium combines the expertise of 5 world-class technical research centers, 6 SMEs, 2 Public Transport Authorities which will act as enduser representatives, 1 Large Industry and 1 Association. The project is coordinated by the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), while KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence at the University of Cyprus participates as a partner.

The AutoTrust project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101148123.