The project was showcased to the public during two days at the 4Front exhibitor stand, a group made of four EU-funded sister projects – TANGENT , FRONTIER, ORCHESTRA and DIT4TraM – who work on traffic and network management through different angles. In addition, TANGENT was featured at the French Automotive & Mobility Network exhibitor stand, thanks to the involvement of ID4CAR and Rennes in the project.
The project was presented through a six minute pitch at the event’s “Marketplace”, a space for EU-funded projects and businesses to present their work and gain interest from other projects and mobility stakeholders.
The pitch focused on the key challenges of traffic management, how the TANGENT project will tackle them and highlighted the first results in the four case study cities.
ConnectingEurope Days – formerly known as TEN-T Days – brought together politicians, industry representatives and the European Commission to discuss transport and mobility, and their role in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the European Green Deal and Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy.
To find out more, visit the European Commission’s website.