Boundary conditions for vehicle automation 2

Project manager
Jonas Didoff
Period
2014-04-01 - 2015-02-20

The overall goal is to make Sweden a world leader in automated driving, building a common competence base encompassing all different areas needed to implement automated vehicles, both cooperative and autonomous. This project will constitute a platform that gathers the Swedish stakeholders and actors – vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, universities, institutes etc. – needed to create the best automated driving research. The ARV-2 project, running from April 2014 to December 2014 continues the efforts of collaboration between the partners by promoting research in areas that are of common interest. As a result of ARV-1, three areas have been selected for further exploration: Automated vehicles in a mixed environment; Driver Free Areas; Safety in Automated Driving.

Short facts

Project title: Boundary conditions for vehicle automation 2
Project type:
Research area:
Systems for accident prevention and AD
Financier(s):
FFI
Partner(s):
SAFER, Viktoria Swedish ICT, Scania AB, Volvo AB, Volvo Car Corporation, Autoliv
Period:
-
Project No:
A53

Project publications

The aim of this study is to identify current research gaps, challenges, and opportunities in the field of vehicle automation. The study is based on a literature review. The review shows that the current research focuses
Author(s)
Azra Habibovic, Cristofer Englund, Johan Wedlin
Year of publication
2014
Project
Boundary conditions for vehicle automation 2

Safer – Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre

SAFER is the open innovation arena where researchers and expertise work together to create safe mobility. Our traffic safety approach covers people, vehicles and the infrastructure – and together we contribute to safer road transports and smarter, more sustainable cities.

Contact information

SAFER

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SE-417 56 Göteborg
Sweden

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