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The Future Mobility Lab unites all mobility research from different disciplines and institutes of RWTH Aachen University within one organization. Our partners cover a wide variety of topics from vehicle design to infrastructure solutions and user-focussed approaches. Within the Future Mobility Lab you will find all necessary competences to solve the questions arising from contemporary and future mobility. Our aim is to provide a platform for cooperation between RWTH Aachen University and partners from industry and academia.

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Automated Vehicles

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Connectivity

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E-Mobility

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Efficiency

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Multimodal Traffic

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Positioning

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Smart Infrastructure

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Traffic Modeling & Logistics

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User Acceptance

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User Behaviour

10/2017 Automated Valet Parking Demonstration

Researchers give insights into the current state of work of AVP development in the project KoMoD.

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10/2017 Future Mobility Lab presents

Aachen’s complete range of mobility research

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06/2017 KoMoD Kick-Off

The project KoMoD, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, has been kicked off.

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Contact

Dominik Raudszus
Manager Connected ADAS

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Projects

AdaptIVe

Automated vehicles can contribute towards enhanced traffic safety by assisting drivers and minimising human errors. They are also expected to make traffic flow more efficiently, ensuring optimal driving conditions with minimal speed variations in the traffic flow.

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CERM – Center for European Research on Mobility

The Center for European Research on Mobility (CERM) aims to establish a holistic tool chain for the development and validation of connected mobility systems in field tests and simulations at RWTH Aachen University.

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CERMcity – Center for European Research on Mobility Urban Validation Environment

The objective of CERMcity is to create an open urban validation environment, in which especially SME can validate their developments in the field of connected driving.

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CiTi – Center for integrative Traffic investigation

The objective of CiTi is to establish methods and infrastructure at RWTH Aachen University which allow to reliably assess the effectiveness of innovative technologies in the field of connected mobility. Thereby it forms the basis for searching solutions to complex, multi-faceted scientific problems.

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CIVITAS-DYN@MO

DYNamic Citizens @ctive for sustainable Mobility

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ecoDriver

Within the scope of the joint research project “ecoDriver”, funded by the European Commission, the Institut für Kraftfahrzeuge (ika) of the RWTH Aachen University investigates an improved design of the Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) to encourage green driving, aiming to reduce fuel consumption in a long-term observation.

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eCoMove

eCoMove is an EC-funded project within the 7th framework programme that will create an integrated solution for road transport energy efficiency by developing tools to help drivers sustainably reduce unnecessary fuel consumption (and thus CO₂ emissions), and to help road operators manage traffic in the most energy efficient way.

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FuMob - Future Mobility

The progress of urbanisation comes with a steadily growing traffic volume in cities which in turn increasingly impacts climate and health due to particulates.

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Galileo Nautic

Current radio systems are optimized with regard to capacity and range. However, certain applications of wireless systems require fast and reliable communication over short distances. The challenge of these systems is to manage with a minimum time delay (latency) while at the same time being very reliable and insensitive to interference.

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Galileo Online: GO!

The project aims at the development of a reliable and high-precise Galileo navigation receiver for railway applications. Application-specific problems, e. g. signal shadowing in railway specific receiving conditions, are analyzed, possible solutions are developed and implemented.

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HA-N-F

The project HA-N-F aims to create a design space in order to investigate characteristics of the driver in various driving scenarios with special focus on the requirements of users which are relevant for acceptance of highly automated driving.

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HansE

Creating a charging infrastructure adapted to traffic streams in the metropolitan area of Hamburg

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I2EASE – Intelligence for efficiently electrified and automated driving through sensor networking

Intelligence for efficiently electrified and automated driving through sensor networking

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interactIVe

The objective of the European research project interactIVe (accident avoidance by active intervention for Intelligent Vehicles) is to get a step closer to the vision of an accident-free traffic by developing a new generation of active saftey systems.

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KoMoD

Kooperative Mobilität im digitalen Testfeld Düsseldorf

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KONVOI

KONVOI focused on the topic platoons of heavy trucks, in which vehicles follow a lead truck fully automatically with small gaps to improve aerodynamics.

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L3Pilot

Piloting Automated Driving on European Roads

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PARIS

PARallele Implementierungs-Strategien für das Hochautomatisierte Fahren

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SAFER-LC

The EU project SAFER-LC aims to improve safety and minimize risk on level crossings by developing a fully integrated cross-modal set of innovative solutions and tools for the proactive management and design of level-crossing infrastructure.

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SARTRE

Safe Road Trains for the Environment

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SBDist

Current radio systems are optimized with regard to capacity and range. However, certain applications of wireless systems require fast and reliable communication over short distances. The challenge of these systems is to manage with a minimum time delay (latency) while at the same time being very reliable and insensitive to interference.

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SLAM

Until 2017, it is planned to setup 600 CCS rapid-charging stations which will load batteries up to 80 percent of their maximum capacity within less than thirty minutes.

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UR:BAN

UR:BAN is a cooperative project within the 3rd Traffic Research Programme of the Federal Government of Germany and aims to increase safety in urban traffic by developing new driver assistance and traffic management systems. Additionally the deployment of intelligent infrastructure and its networking with intelligent vehicles is intended to optimize traffic efficiency while simultaneously reducing emissions.

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Urban Turn - U-Turn

Researching the quality of life in urban quarters within the context of mobility, urban structures, and the energy transition

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