Today we published our second newsletter, containing very interesting information related to the definition of use cases, scenarios, and modelling requirements.
Our colleagues from Hyundai, UMH, and DLR attended the Car 2 Car Communication Consortium (C2C-CC) WG Roadmap Meeting. There, they presented TransAID’s scope and development, with a special emphasis on the different services that TransAID is researching.
Our colleagues from MAPtm and CERTH were present at the 2nd Symposium on Management of Future motorway and urban Traffic Systems (MFTS) in Ispra, Italy. There they presented the current state of the MAVEN project’s use cases, with the broader context of transition of control areas from TransAID. The focus lay on operational design domains, and the reasons for AVs’ disengagements, along with an outlook on planned V2X extensions.
On Tuesday 5 – Wednesday 6 June, our consortium held a Technical Meeting at DLR in Berlin, Germany. We discussed the internals of our work, as well as setting up the entire simulation software! Stay tuned for more updates!
We are happy to announce that Deliverable D2.2 (Scenario Definitions and Modelling Requirements) is available for download in the Deliverables section!
The purpose of D2.2 is to provide general descriptions, timelines, and SUMO networks for different scenarios. It also gives information regarding additional choices and requirements on the vehicle capabilities, vehicle numbers, and traffic compositions used the simulations.
TransAID presented its assessment of driver models (ACC and CACC systems) using the microscopic traffic simulation software SUMO at the annual SUMO User Conference in Berlin, Germany. The presentation was given by Evangelos Mintsis, Kallirroi Porfyri, and Evangelos Mitsakis from CERTH.
TransAID was presented during the TEN-T Days on 26 April 2018, in Ljubljana (Slovenia). One of our partners, Dr. Meng Lu from Dynniq, also talked with European Commissioner Bulc who visited the Exhibition, including our stand (together with C-MobILE and MAVEN).
The second Workshop on “Cooperative and Automated Driving” will be held on November 4, 2018 in Hawaii, USA, in conjunction with the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC 2018 www.ieee-itsc2018.org/), which is one of the major annual conferences of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS). The Workshop targets connected, cooperative and autonomous technologies for C-ITS (Cooperative ITS) services automated driving. Similar as last year, the workshop also features an Industry Panel with experts from related industries, which will again foster the interactive exchange of academia and industry.
- Workshop paper submission open March 1, 2018
- Paper submission deadline: April 15, 2018
- Notification of acceptance: July 2, 2018
- Final paper submission deadline: September 9, 2018
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We are happy to announce that Deliverable D2.1 (Use Cases and Safety and Efficiency Metrics for Smooth and Safe Traffic Flow in Transition Areas) is available for download in the Deliverables section!
The purpose of D2.1 is to define a list of use cases and KPIs/metrics for the investigation of Transition Areas. Both serve as basis for the creation of scenarios and requirements in D2.2 and as consequence for the developments done in the entire project.
On Tuesday 13 – Wednesday 14 March, our consortium held a Consortium Meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece. Our progress was discussed, we devised which scenarios and use cases we want to model, and we are now well on track to start simulating the vehicle and driver behaviour, traffic management, and communication interfaces!