Research and innovation projects
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is developing projects aimed at deploying and promoting electric, communicating, connected and automated mobility (CCAM). More specifically :
CitCom.ai, a project supported by the Digital Europe program, the ERDF fund and LIST, operationalises the deployment of AI solutions promoting electromobility and the development of new services for cities and communities. Pilot projects focusing on the impact of electric vehicles on the grid, the optimal deployment of charging infrastructures, the integration of solar panels on vehicles (ViPV) and the traceability of the energy produced are being developed.
COMBO, in collaboration with Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL), is researching the optimal integration of autonomous shuttles into conventional transport services.
The European IN2CCAM project, in which LIST is an active partner, is developing and implementing innovative services for connected and automated vehicles. These technologies are aimed at both passenger and freight transport.
MODALES (“Modify drivers’ behaviour to adapt for lower emissions”) aims to study the correlation between driving behaviour and vehicle emissions from three sources: the powertrain, brake wear and tyre wear.