5G-Blueprint aims to design and validate a technical architecture, business and governance model for uninterrupted cross-border teleoperated transport based on 5G connectivity. Result becomes the blueprint for operational pan-European deployment of tele-operated transport solutions in the logistics sector and beyond.
The city of the future must work with interventions and no longer allow traffic safety, livability and climate to be compromised. Smart steering will have to take place already at the “gate. Traffic must be smartly guided and trucks without reservations for loading and unloading or insufficient opportunity for safe driving/maneuvering in zones must be barred.
DITM – TELE-AUTOMATION
The goal of WP2 of project Digital Infrastructure for Future Mobility (DITM) is to use automation and telecontrol to develop an advanced use case that can precede fully autonomous vehicles. Currently available technology provides opportunities to automate certain driving tasks in the vehicle, but has limitations where a driver must take control.
The objective of ReVeAL is to add Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVAR) to the standard scope of urban mobility crossings of cities across Europe. The EU-funded R&I ReVeAL project is looking at this hot topic for the first time since the CURACAO project (ending a decade ago).
VISTA stands for VIsion Supported Truck docking Assistant. The purpose of VISTA is to support truck drivers while manoeuvring vehicle combinations to dock doors at logistics sites. The heart of the VISTA solution is accurate, optical localisation of truck and trailers.
The objective of the yDrive project is to develop an electric driveline for semi-trailers in road freight transport. With this development, we aim to contribute to reducing CO2 and harmful emissions. This innovative technology is expected to have great potential for savings.
Projects in collaboration with educational institutions:
SPARC (Scaleable Platform ARChitecture) was launched with the HAN Engineering and Automotive Academy to develop with students, supported by teachers, researchers and industry a suitable, scalable platform in a transition to level 5 autonomous driving.