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automated vehicles

Future Mobility Lab

Automated Vehicles

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Intelligence for efficiently electrified and automated driving through sensor networking

KoMoD

Kooperative Mobilität im digitalen Testfeld Düsseldorf

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.

L3Pilot

Piloting Automated Driving on European Roads

PARIS

PARallele Implementierungs-Strategien für das Hochautomatisierte Fahren

SARTRE

Safe Road Trains for the Environment