SMLL is more than just a big idea. It’s a collaborative effort between some of the best and brightest minds in transport that’s going to help shape the future of mobility.
Our partners have already been involved in some incredible projects that are changing the way people get from A to B.
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The ATLAS project was set up to examine the architecture, components and performance required to deliver autonomy, in particular around the vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication requirements to achieve safe autonomous navigation.
The DRIVEN project is all about investigating the challenges of implementing fully autonomous vehicles related to insurance, risk, safety, and connectivity with traffic control, going beyond the technical issues to explore the entire autonomous vehicle ecosystem.
The Endeavour project builds on the MERGE Greenwich project and will look at the potential for a fleet of shared autonomous vehicles to fill mobility gaps between people’s homes and public transport hubs. It will deliver Europe’s largest pilots of self-driven passenger services, with trials taking place in 2020.
The Greenwich automated transport environment (GATEway) consortium conducted a range of trials to gain valuable sociological insight into new mobility solutions and how to overcome the cultural, societal and technical barriers to the adoption of automated vehicles.
MERGE Greenwich simulated how autonomous vehicle ride-sharing could integrate with public transport systems and developed a blueprint for a scalable, commercially viable AV ride-sharing pilot in Greenwich. It’s aim was to design a service that reduces journey times, lowers demand for car parks and encourages a cleaner, greener future for cities.
The MOVE_UK project aims to develop a method for validating automated driving systems by observing and analysing real people driving SUVs, providing valuable insights into how to set standards for the performance and safety of new automated driving assistance technologies.
ServCity will test and further develop existing OEM vehicle sensing and autonomy systems before deploying a pilot of a premium automated ride sharing service across four Greater London boroughs. The project will also develop analytical models to understand and demonstrate the wider positive impacts of connected and autonomous vehicles on cities - from reduced air pollution to easing congestion.
STREETWISE is a concept for a fully automated, shared transport service, targeted at replacing the urban commuter car; the project is developing and demonstrating the technology, safety validation methods, insurance and service models required to make it a commercial success.