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Traffic Management and Autonomous Vehicles
Towards a Common Vision for Automated Driving – Integrating Automated Vehicles with Advanced Traffic Management Systems
In the coming years automated vehicles will be a natural part of our way of life. But, how will that affect the traffic system and in particular the traffic management?
The deployment of automated vehicles can only be successful if the automotive industry, road operators and traffic management develop a consistent approach for an intelligent and integrated traffic management which includes the operation of automated vehicles.
An important issue is the future role of the road authorities and especially the traffic management centres. They will need to manage automatic/connected vehicles in different areas like route guidance, traffic control, optimisation of traffic flow, incident management and event management. What are their expectations? And what are the expectations of road authorities and traffic management from the providers of automated cars?
The aim of this workshop is better understanding the approaches and ideas on both the road operators’ and traffic managements side and the automotive industry side. What are the mutual expectations and requirements and where can gaps be identified on which both sides need to co-operate? There will be presenters from road authorities, traffic management centres, and car and OEM industries. There will also be presenters from projects on for example autonomous shuttles, geo-fencing as well as physical and digital infrastructure.
Date and time of the meeting - 01.12.2021, 10:00-16:00
Presentation including short questions: 20 min
Opening, Welcome etc.
Dieter Sage, Logos
Automated Driving – Technical Development and Identified Common Interaction Points for OEMs and Road Operators.
Jörg Dubbert, VDI-VDE
Impact of automated driving on traffic management
|Risto Kulmala, Traficon|
NordicWay - Pilots
Anna Johansson Jacques, Swedish Transport Administration
Traffic Management in the era of connected and more automated vehicles and fleet – Swedish approach
Per-Olof Svensk, Swedish Transport Administration
Contributions of NRAs to a cross sector roadmap for connected, cooperative and automated mobility
Manfred Harrer, Asfinag/Torsten Geißler, BASt
Shuttles & Co - Autonomous Shuttles in the digital test field for city traffic
Oliver Strop, Strop Consulting
Driver needs for safe and acceptable automated driving: Implications from a European Research Project on vehicles and road infrastructure
Peter Moertl, Virtual Vehicle
Recommendations for enabling infrastructure-assisted automated driving
Anton Wijbenga, MapTM
Cloud Infrastructure Services for Automated Driving in the UNICARagil Project
Raphael van Kempen, Institut für Kraftfahrzeuge, RWTH Aachen University
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Audience: The workshop addresses you who represent road authorities, traffic centres, industry, car manufacturers and others who are interested in the field of autonomous driving and traffic management.
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