ECOSTAND

9.02
From 2010 to 2013
The project, centred around a working group from Europe, Japan, and the United States, enabled future ITS investment and policy decisions to be taken on the basis of sound and detailed knowledge of their impacts, according to an internationally-agreed assessment methodology.
This was made possible by a continuous dialogue between Europe, Japan, and the United States on this topic, enabling a high-quality European contribution to the definition of a joint research agenda. Through the cooperation and exchange between the three regions, we learned from the experiences in Japan and the United States on modelling tools and evaluation methodologies. We finally defined a common agenda for future research in this area, and identified a roadmap towards achieving the international standardisation of the methodology.

The project involved several steps, each beginning with a short preparation and review phase, followed by an international symposium, and ending with a joint technical report.

Period

From 2010 to 2013

Client

European Commission, DG INFSO, FP7

Partner

TNO (NL) - (Coordinator), PTV (DE), Mizar (IT), ERTICO (BE), Imtech (NL), TRL (UK), INRETS (FR)

Our team

Sven Maerivoet, Kris Vanherle
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