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BME Automated Drive presentation at the 4, 500 attendees Dublin Professional Forum

The 10th Transport Research Arena, Europe’s most important bi-annual transport research event, was held in Dublin from 15-18 April. This year’s conference attracted over 1,000 scientific papers, the best of which were presented on the spot. Our colleague was invited to present in the Modelling and Simulation section.

At the prestigious event, Attila Tamás Tomaschek, PhD student of the BME Automated Drive Lab, gave a presentation entitled “Simulating the effects of connected and automated vehicles on traffic management”. The presentation gave an insight into the objectives and results achieved so far in the project “Central System for supporting the testing and operation of automated vehicles” 2020-1.2.3-EUREKA-2021-00001.

Following his presentation, Tamás Tomaschek said: “This event provides a unique platform for the exchange of information and experience between decision-makers and leading research and innovation players in the sector, so it is a great pride and pleasure for me to have the opportunity to be a speaker at this important event.”

 All modes and sectors of transport are represented at the TRA conference, including passenger and freight transport, urban, regional and long-distance transport. The event attracted a record attendance of over 4,500 delegates from around the world. An important achievement for Hungary is that Budapest has won the right to host the next conference in 2026.