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EuroRAP, iRAP, ARRB and University of Zagreb Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences (FPZ) have submitted congress papers to 7 international events on Assessing the Readiness of Infrastructure for Automated Vehicles from a safety perspective as part of Project SLAIN.

The Congress Papers examine the attributes for physical and digital infrastructure and develop the methodology of assessing the readiness of the infrastructure for AD vehicles from a safety perspective in 4 member states of the SLAIN project – Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain.

Papers were submitted and accepted in the following events:

Read more on EuroRAP Project SLAIN here.

Access the Roads that Cars Can Read Reports Series here.

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