The Swedish government invests one billion Swedish kronor in the transition to an electrified transport sector. An important part of this initiative is a new test lab for electromobility, which is now being planned in Gothenburg.
SEEL - Swedish Electric Transport Laboratory AB
is a test bed for electric mobility, currently being built jointly by the research institute RISE and Chalmers. The lab is established with the support of the Swedish government and in collaboration with the industrial partners CEVT, Scania, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group.
is the world’s first full-scale test environment for road safety. The test track is open for research, development and certification of future road safety systems, by vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, legislators, and universities. AstaZero is owned by Chalmers and Rise Research Institutes of Sweden.
provides a live testbed for research
and development of solutions for sustainable travels, in collaboration between academy, industry and society. Between 2015 and 2020, several
buses operate route 55 in Gothenburg. The test bed have led to a number of fully electrified bus routes in the city. Electricity is now focused on establishing more test beds, primarily connected to the electrification of building sites and marine public transports.
– Resource for Vehicle Research at Chalmers has focus on self-driving vehicles, active safety and vehicle dynamics. The 400 square metre lab includes test vehicles (light and heavy vehicles), environment sensors and simulators among other vehicle-related equipment.The VTI simulator comprises
three large, advanced driving simulators, a smaller training simulator
and a rail simulator. A large part of VTI’s research concerns
understanding the individual’s behaviour in the transport system.