To create a fertile environment that serves as an important nursery of ideas for industry stakeholders, researchers and students to test new, smart transportation ideas making use of the full cross-disciplinary range of expertise available.
To stimulate interaction with an open smart road digital platform, we will launch a Digital Twin of KTH's road infrastructure including an augmented reality (AR) experience on KTH campus.
To build a structured approach and help managing a systemic change towards the new realities of a sustainable transportation infrastructure sector, including a wide variety of challenges and opportunities coming from digitization.
gender data gap
The transportation infrastructure domain is still predominantly
'male' and 'masculine' which reflects in an unbalanced workforce and may result
in organizational structures and technological solutions that are optimized
towards the male perspective. With an escalating digitization process a general
increase of data dependency occurs, which may further aggravate the risk that
the transportation infrastructure field is optimized for only half the
Campus2030 is actively integrating an awareness of the gender data gap within its digitization activities in order to contribute to a diminished risk of data-bias.