Ensemble

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The ENSEMBLE consortium will implement and demonstrate multi-brand truck platooning on European roads over the next three years. This paves the way for the adoption of multi-brand truck platooning in Europe that will improve fuel economy, CO2 emissions, traffic capacity and throughput for the road freight sector.

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Andres Ladino
Postdoctoral Researcher

My research interests include distributed control, networked control systems and machine learning.

Publications

Calibration and impact of control strategies for splitting trucks at on-ramps

Heavy-duty vehicles or trucks contribute in a significant share with global green house emissions and energy consumption in …

A Hierarchical Approach For Splitting Truck Platoons Near Network Discontinuities

Truck platooning has attracted substantial attention due to its pronounced benefits in saving energy and promising business model in …

Hierarchical multi-injection strategy and platoon manoeuvres at network junctions

During the recent years, connected automated vehicles (CAV) have shown to be a crucial technology for the upcoming developments towards …

Talks

A Framework of Simulation and Impact Assessment of Connected and Automated Traffic

Recent years have seen the development and the emergence of new Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) where data sent …

On the design of cooperative maneuvers for CAV in traffic flow

Vehicle platooning in particular truck platooning has attracted substantial attention due to its pronounced benefits in saving energy …
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