We have published the revised versions of D3.2 (Cooperative maneuvring in the presence of hierarchical traffic management) and D4.2 (Preliminary simulation and assessment of enhanced traffic management measures) at our Deliverables page. They include all the simulation work done during the second iteration, containing five brand new use cases!
TransAID is again live, this time in Rüsselsheim (Germany) for its consortium meeting, discussing automated vehicles, traffic management, V2X communications!
Save the date! 1 July 2020 in Delft, The Netherlands, where TransAID will host its final event during the FISTS2020 conference. We are open to contributions from all projects, researchers, and policy makers.
More information will be published here.
On 9 October 2019, the INFRAMIX and TransAID projects held a joint workshop in Graz, Austria at the Virtual Vehicle Center. TransAID's posters and photos from the event are now available! More presentations and results from our stakeholder survey will be publised soon.
TransAID is holding its consortium meeting in Elche (Alicante, Spain), discussing accurate modelling of autonomous vehicles, traffic management, V2X communications, and real-life field tests. Thanks to our partner UMH for hosting us in this wonderful location!
On Thursday 25 July, a delegation of both TransAID and MAVEN projects went to the US, Detroit (Michigan) to meet with the ‘Crash Avoidance Metrics Partners’ (CAMP) group consisting of OEMs. During the meeting, we presented detailed information on our both projects, and had fruitful discussions and an exchange of ideas regarding the deployment of (C)AVs, advanced traffic management, and the next-generation of communication standards and interfaces.
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!