The INFRAMIX tests were carried out on the AP-7 toll road in Girona, Spain on 12-15 September. All three INFRAMIX scenarios were evaluated:
INFRAMIX is a European R&D project getting road infrastructures ready to support the coexistence of conventional and automated vehicles. Its main aim is to design, upgrade, adapt and test toll road models able to handle the transition period and become the basis for future automated transport systems.
The cooperative communication between infrastructure and vehicles (I2V) was evaluated through three different channels:
At the end of every test, participants were asked to fill some questionnaires in order to elabrate on their experience. The goal of this activity was to collect some feedback from users in order to grasp their acceptance of new technologies and traffic management measures. The results of this inquiry will inform the following deliverables of the project.
The testing days site had a remarkable resound in the local, regional and national press. Lots of journalists took part as users in the testing rounds, which were also shown on tv news thoughout Spain. We also welcomed the Catalonian minister of Digital Policies andJordi Puignero on the second day of our test. He participated in the test of the dedicated lane to autonomous vehicles.
ENIDE leads INFRAMIX communication strategies and disseminates the project advances, expected impact and results to the expert communities, the industry and the general public. ENIDE supported the organisation of local workshops at the Spanish test site.
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