Digitaler Knoten 4.0
Urban automated and connected driving
Goal is the development of digital solutions for traffic junctions (intersections) with mixed traffic (automate and non-automated vehicles, bycicles, pedestrians) in urban areas. Therefore the digital testfield AIM, which has been established for research in Braunschweig by the DLR already in 2014 , will be used and upgraded.
Upgrade of Emergency Telephones to V2I Communication at Motorways
The challenge of the ANIKA project was the combination of existing infrastructure with innovative V2X technologies. Through the synergy arising from the two systems it may be possible that the new V2X technology, which shall be installed in new vehicle types ex works from 2015 on, will quickly come into operation.
Online traffic data logging via mobile networks
Goal of the TrafficOnline project was the development of an innovative, world- wide transferable procedure for the online detection of traffic situations, that can be anonymously applied without affecting the mobile network (GSM/UMTS) users.
Testfield for connected and automated driving in Niedersachsen
The Testfeld Niedersachsen is an open research platform. Partners of industry as well as research institutions can use it for individual tests and research during the development and testing of automated and connected vehicles. Therefore the DLR will install step by step the neccessary infrastructure on several autobahns (2, 7, 391, 39) in Niedersachsen.
Development of position-based driver assistance applications – Galileo for Future AutoMOtive Systems
In FAMOS three localization- based driving assistance applications were examined: Assistant for pulling in and out of traffic, Green driving, and Alerting of traffic accident black spots. These were also prototypically realized on an experimental platform.
Galileo-mass market satellite-navigation receptor for cars
Goal of GAMMA-A was the development of a concept and prototype for a competitive 3-frequency receiver (Galileo/EGNOS/GPS), that met the high expectations of the automobile industry in regard to highly precise and dependant positioning.
European platform for the development of standards and communication solutions for C-ITS applications
Germany as Member State will contribute to the C-Roads cooperation by the findings of the implementation and operation of in total seven different C-ITS services, which will be deployed in two different pilot sites and harmonised by the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt).
Galileo / EGNOS Enhanced Driver Assistance
Within the GENEVA project, proactive and scalable assistant systems that are adapted specifically to complex situations in city traffic have been developed. The key to such assistant systems for city traffic is the safe and dependable recognition of other road users.
Satellite navigation with GPS/ EGNOS and GALILEO for safety critical driver assistant systems and location-dependent mobility services
Goal of FAMOS 1 was the goal-oriented integration of the Galileo satellite system into future safety and information concepts for driver assistant systems as well as the development of new systems, procedures and solutions for location-based mobility services.
Mobile Real Time Traffic Service
Real time traffic service