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Country: Germany
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 258133
    Partners: Intedis, TMETC, IFSTTAR, MILJØBIL GRENLAND AS, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., WIVW
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 212154
    Partners: ICCS, ATS, HALDEX BRAKE PRODUCTS AB, Continental, EFKON, KN, University of Stuttgart, UAM, IRION, IBEO...
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 610428
    Partners: Robert Bosch (Germany), LUNDS UNIVERSITET, CONTINENTAL TEVES, ICCS, DLR, Chalmers University of Technology, UNITN, Continental, Volvo Cars, VW...
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    Funder: EC Project Code: 723051
    Overall Budget: 45,925,500 EURFunder Contribution: 35,961,000 EUR
    Partners: FIA, ICCS, Volvo Cars, TME, University of Leeds, BASt, University of Warwick, University of Surrey, DLR, Chalmers University of Technology...

    The overall objective of the L3Pilot project is to test the viability of automated driving (AD) as a safe and efficient means of transportation, exploring and promoting new service concepts to provide inclusive mobility. This high-level objective is detailed as four major technical objectives: (i) create a standardised Europe-wide piloting environment for automated driving (ii) coordinate activities across the piloting community to acquire the required data (iii) pilot, test, and evaluate automated driving functions and connected automation (iv) innovate and promote AD for wider awareness and market introduction. The European automotive sector must remain competitive in vehicle automation in the face of increasing competition from the US and Asia. Only by joining forces in pilot testing and evaluation of AD systems with real users will European industry meet the challenge coming from overseas. The project will focus on large-scale piloting of SAE Level 3 functions, with additional assessment of some Level 4 functions. The functionality of the systems used is exposed to variable conditions in 11 European countries, 100 vehicles and 1000 test drivers. The approach will be to adapt the FESTA methodology for testing automated driving needs. The tested functions cover a wide range from parking to overtaking, and urban intersection driving. Due to its large coverage of driving situations, L3Pilot is unique, and the first project which will demonstrate and test such a comprehensive menu of automated driving functions. The data collected will also be made available for third parties outside the consortium, for further use. The evaluation of the data will focus on technical, user acceptance, driving and travel behaviour, impact on traffic and society. The project promotion will include user outreach campaigns with four showcases, and the creation of a comprehensive guideline - a Code of Practice - with best practices for the development of automated driving functions.

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    Funder: EC Project Code: 101006664
    Overall Budget: 36,973,400 EURFunder Contribution: 30,000,000 EUR
    Partners: University of Leeds, BASt, Delft University of Technology, FIA, TNO, SEAT, PTV PLANUNG TRANSPORT VERKEHR AG., AUDI, ZENSEACT AB, COMMSIGNIA...

    Hi-Drive addresses a number of key challenges which are currently hindering the progress of developments in vehicle automation. The key aim of the project is to focus on testing and demonstrating automated driving, by improving intelligent vehicle technologies, to cover a large set of traffic environments, not currently achievable. Hi-Drive enables testing of a variety of functionalities, from motorway chauffeur to urban chauffeur, explored in diverse scenarios with heterogeneous driving cultures across Europe. In particular, the Hi-Drive trials will consider European TEN-T corridors and urban nodes in large and medium cities, with a specific attention to demanding, error-prone, conditions. The project’s ambition is to considerably extend the operational design domain (ODD) from the present situation, which frequently demands interventions from the human driver. Therefore, the project concept builds on reaching a widespread and continuous ODD, where automation can operate for longer periods and interoperability is assured across borders and brands. The project also investigates what factors influence user behavior and acceptance, as well as understanding the needs of other road users interacting with these vehicles. The removal of fragmentation in the ODD is expected to give rise to a gradual transition from a conditional operation towards higher levels of automated driving. With these aims, Hi-Drive associates a consortium of 41 European partners with a wide range of interests and capabilities covering the main impact areas which affect users, and the transport system, and enhance societal benefits. The project intends to contribute towards market deployment of automated systems by 2030. All this cannot be achieved by testing only. Accordingly, the work includes outreach activities on business innovation and standardization, plus extended networking with the interested stakeholders, coordinating parallel activities in Europe and overseas.