The project objectives are to:
- Promote research and enterprise in IM
- Raise awareness of Intelligent Mobility as a research field
- Enable academics to identify how their research relates
- Develop new academic-business
IMPART uses an events based approach to facilitate knowledge exchange and collaboration between the academic sector and industry.
Previous events have included:
- Connected Autonomous Vehicles and Intelligent Mobility workshop at Leicester Business Festival
- Promotion of the four universities at CENEX Low Carbon Vehicle Event
- Autonomous vehicles research – consortium building event
- Satellite Services for Integrated Port Logistics
- Combining traffic simulation models for advanced simulation techniques
- Research challenges in autonomous vehicles and transport
- Improving Access to Healthcare through Intelligent Mobility
- Data Exploitation in Intelligent Mobility Workshop
The Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference was held at Loughborough University in December 2016 and attracted 300 delegates.
You can view Professor Pete Thomas' profile for more information about his research.