This is the article presented by Richard Mounce and John Nelson at the UTSG communication event in Glasgow in Jauary 2017.File type: pdf
This is the presentation delivered by Valéry Cervantes at the ITS Glasgow 2016.File type: pptx
This is the article presented by Richard Mounce at the TAP conference 2016 in Lyon.File type: pdf
This is the presentation delivered by Shadi Sadeghian at the TAP conference 2016 in Lyon.File type: pptx
This is the article presented by Shadi Sadeghian at the TAP conference in Lyon in 2016.File type: pdf
Helen Porter from PDC has presented the recent results on the business model of the ESPRIT concept based on the combination of various model elements (demand and revenue model, operations model, business case model, traffic visualiser, review model) to develop a single LIFESPRIT business modelling tool. This innovative tool was very well received as it encompasses a very broad number of parameters and could be used to model different automotive concepts.File type: pdf
Valéry Cervantes has presented at the ITS Glasgow event in June 2016 the paper "Presentation of the ESPRIT project: a new approach in urban mobility".
In this paper, Valéry described the main progress on the ESPRIT project after on year and in particular he explained how the road train control laws have been validated through 2D computer simulation. (update: later on, in November 2016, the Adams 3D simulator has confirmed the validation of the control laws).File type: pdf