The 3rd Workshop on “Connected, Cooperative, and Autonomous Driving” will be held on Sunday 9 June 2019, in conjunction with the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV 2019). The workshop also features an Industry Panel with experts from related industries, which will again foster the interactive exchange of academia and industry.
Workshop venue: MINES ParisTech – 60 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 75006 Paris, France.
See also this link for more information regarding our event!
We have created several videos that show some of the nuts and bolts that go inside TransAID’s simulations. See how CAVs and LVs differ in their lane changing, what Transitions of Control (ToC) and Minimum-Risk Maneuvers (MRM) imply, how merging on a motorway can be facilitated, dealing with road works, and how to schedule ToCs before a no-automated driving zone.
You can watch them at our Videos page!
We have just launched our 4th newsletter, containing lots of new material on traffic management of connected and/or autonomous vehicles, behavioural modelling, communications, and much more!
Check out https://www.transaid.eu/newsletters/
Great news! After months of work, we have released Deliverable D4.2, titled “Preliminary simulation and assessment of enhanced traffic management measures“. In it, we elaborate on the five previously selected use cases with respect to traffic management of automated driving at Transition Areas. The traffic management procedures developed in Task 4.1 were implemented within the SUMO simulation environment. The results of simulations were assessed by the safety, efficiency, and environmental indicators implemented in WP3. Based on these assessments, the traffic management services were analysed with respect to their performances at Transition Areas. You can read all about it in our Deliverables section.
Last year when TransAID was presented at the EC-breakout session during the ITS World Congress, we were contacted by the American Traffic Safety Services Association to write an article for one of their magazines, i.e. The Signal. The resulting article is titled “Mixing it up: The future of CAVs and the mixed vehicle fleet“. You can read it in our Publications section. The original magazine can be found here.