The TIMON project was unveiled to the wider public for the first time on 20th September 2016 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, during the European Mobility Week 2016. TIMON consortium partners ISKRA, XLAB and JP LPT introduced the project at the Town Square, the very centre of Ljubljana. The presentation was one of the many events taking place in the city throughout European Mobility Week.
The TIMON presentation included some simulation data for smart route planning and explained how the project seeks to attain its objective of increasing road transport safety, sustainability, flexibility and efficiency. TIMON will develop applications and services for all transport ecosystem users by taking leveraging cooperative networks and open data. The applications and services will improve vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, thus reducing the risk of road transport incidents.
The European Mobility Week is an annual event that aims to present mobility alternatives to citizens, to explain the challenges that cities and towns face and to induce behavioural change towards creating more sustainable transport habits in Europe. This year it took place from 16th to 22nd September. Events during the week centred on the theme of “Smart and Sustainable Mobility – an Investment for Europe” and encouraged local politicians and the public to look at smart and sustainable mobility as an investment for Europe.
More information about European Mobility Week is available here.
See below pictures from the event