Nikolas gave a public lecture at Rio de Janeiro, which was followed up by a response of the ITS Executive Director Dr Fabro Steibel and a lively debate with members of the public. Issues covered revolved around data management and ethics, informing participants about the opportunities and challenges of ACT for Europe and Brazil. This event was organised within the Varandas series of the Institute for Technology and Society.
Giuseppe is an experienced COST Action participant and explains what are the benefits for researchers and other experts participating in COST Actions and WISE-ACT in particular.
Irina discusses the opportunities offered through COST Actions and WISE-ACT in particular for Inclusiveness Target Countries and Latvia in particular. She stresses the value of combining ICT, engineering and socio-economic analysis for such multi-disciplinary topics.
Marcin has been a Marie Curie Fellow and discusses the spatial and geographical challenges of Autonomous and Connected Transport, highlighting the benefit of taking a social approach on such a technologically advanced issue.
Haraldur is a new participant interested in finding out about Autonomous and Connected Transport developments and their implications for remote areas such as Iceland.
Maria is an experienced COST Action participant and explains how WISE-ACT contributes in understanding the implications of Autonomous and Connected Transport, particularly in car dependent places such as Malta.
The public engagement and dissemination activities of WISE-ACT featured in a Innovation News Network article focusing on whether road automation can co-exist with sustainability. Our Science Communications Co-ordinator and Chair commented based on WISE-ACT outputs, including the special sessions organised at Urbanism Next Europe 2021 and the ARTS21 by TRB. You can check the session videos above through our Video Library.