Publication of D5.1 (Definition of V2X message sets)

We are happy to announce that Deliverable D5.1 (Definition of V2X message sets) is available for download in the Deliverables section! The work related to Deliverable D5.1 provided a first definition of the V2X message sets that are needed to support the TransAID traffic management measures in the scenarios selected during the first project iteration. In first instance, these messages cover requirements that are common to all scenarios, e.g., helping the traffic control centre to improve the detection and classification of vehicles with different types of automation and communication capabilities. Additionally, the messages serve purposes that are specific to a given service, such as distributing transitions of control in time and space before the affected vehicles enter a transition area.

Publication of D3.1 (Modelling, Simulation, and Assessment of Automations and Behaviour)

We are happy to announce that Deliverable D3.1 (Modelling, Simulation, and Assessment of Automations and Behaviour) is available for download in the Deliverables section! The purpose of D3.1 is to model vehicle automations and automated vehicles’ driver behaviour in the SUMO simulator, as well as obtaining the baseline scenarios. We implement stable driver models emulating the longitudinal and lateral motion of (C)AVs and CVs. The vehicle demand levels and mixes that were previously are used for the construction of the baseline simulation experiments.

TransAID presented at the Joint Workshop “Transport planning, traffic control and traffic safety – challenges and opportunities”

TransAID was presented at the Joint Workshop “Transport planning, traffic control and traffic safety – challenges and opportunities”, on 12 July 2018 in Zagreb, Croatia. Dr. Meng Lu from Dynniq talked about “Cooperative & automated road transport for enhanced traffic management“. There were 38 people attending the workshop.

TransAID presented at the 2nd Symposium on Management of Future motorway and urban Traffic Systems

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.

Technical Meeting (Berlin, Germany)

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!

Publication of D2.2 (Scenario Definitions and Modelling Requirements)

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.