Chair on ITS and innovation, ASECAP COPER
Jacqueline Erhart graduated from Vienna University of Technology with a degree in Technical Physics and subsequently gained experience in science. She gained experience in the automotive industry while working on the development of engine control units at Robert Bosch AG. Her knowledge and skills in the automotive industry were developed during her time in engine control unit development at Robert Bosch AG. She currently leads the team responsible for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Driving, as well as Digital Infrastructure at ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH.
Jacqueline Erhart is engaged in numerous European initiatives and projects focused on cooperative, connected, and automated driving, as well as mixed traffic control for automated vehicles. Along with her duties at ASFINAG, she represents the European Toll Operators Association (ASECAP) on the international stage regarding intelligent transport systems and innovations.
Not only is she involved at an international level, but she also actively advocates for telematics technologies within the transport sector as the Chair of the Austrian Telematic Traffic Cluster (ATTC). The ATTC encourages collaboration and exchange of ideas among various Austrian companies in research, business, and industry to advance the development and implementation of telematics solutions in the modern mobility system.
Additionally, she serves as the Chair of the Supervisory Board of AustriaTech GmbH.