@CITY Final Event
After more than four years of joint research activities, the project results of @CITY were presented at an official final presentation on 22 and 23 June at the Aldenhoven Testing Center.
On the test site, driving demos with ten test vehicles demonstrated a variety of scenarios of automated urban traffic. For example, various interaction situations with pedestrians and cyclists were shown. The systems developed in @CITY are able to predict the behaviour of these road users, taking into account their head and body posture, gestures and direction of movement. Vehicle sensors fused with the high-resolution digital map enable the vehicles to localise themselves robustly. At intersections controlled by traffic lights and traffic signs, at roundabouts, when passing a bottleneck and at bus stops, you will experience automated driving functions that take other road users into account.
In addition to static vehicle demonstrations and video, poster and screen presentations, interactive virtual reality demonstrations and simulations with a focus on human-vehicle interaction were presented on around 1,200 square metres of exhibition space.
Here you can find photos of the event: