C2ART

C2ART

In future scenarios (especially in the event of substantial increases in travel demand), traffic management would need to play a decisive role in enabling a safe and efficient mobility, with increased control possibilities offered by a Connected, Coordinated and...
PAKoS

PAKoS

The German PAKoS project, funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research, sets out to develop progressive systems for human-machine-interaction. Observations from inside the car are translated into personalised usage profiles, whose ownership lies with the...
MERIDIAN

MERIDIAN

MERIDIAN, funded jointly by the government’s flagship £100m CAV investment programme and by industry, will create a cluster of excellence in driverless car testing, along the M40 corridor between Coventry and London, to accelerate the development of this technology,...
DRIVEN

DRIVEN

The DRIVEN consortium – which benefits from a £8.6 million grant awarded by Innovate UK – is an ambitious project that will see a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles being deployed in urban areas and on motorways, culminating in an end-to-end journey from London to...
KoMoD

KoMoD

In cooperation between partners from traffic engineering and automobile industry, V2X services that interconnect vehicles with the infrastructure will be provided in the test field Düsseldorf. This serves as a basis for extensive field tests with different test...
BRAVE

BRAVE

The main objective in BRAVE is to improve safety and market adoption of automated vehicles, by considering the needs and requirements of the users, other road users concerned (drivers and vulnerable road users) and relevant stakeholders (i.e. policy makers,...
Avenue21

Avenue21

Urban mobility is about to fundamentally change. The autonomous car, the icon of this change, however far in the future it still might be, will move the center of our self-centered worlds, thereby changing society and our built environment. AVENUE21 is a two-year...
TANGO

TANGO

TANGO secures the secure conduct of automated driving of trucks by means of maintaining the driver’s vigilance. Additional usefulness for the driver and the fleet operator is generated by freeing time for side tasks. The project combines established...
KoFFI

KoFFI

The KoFFi Project “Safe, efficient and controllable interaction with autonomous cars” furthers the development of a user friendly, multimodal interface between human and machine. The Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart addresses the ethical, legal and...

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