Test intersection

für Urbanes Automatisiertes und Vernetztes Fahren

The aim of the project is to develop and implement a permanent test field for automated and networked driving (separate and non-StVO-bound), consisting of a test intersection including the required crossing-side infrastructure (associated partner Siemens) such as traffic areas, traffic lights (LSA), sensors and V2X communication infrastructure, on which various experiments on automated driving are carried out, especially in interaction with vulnerable road users (VRU), such as cyclists and pedestrians.The test crossing serves to test, validate and certify automated and networked vehicles (AVF) in a secure environment (together with the associated partner TÜV Süd) before the developed vehicle control algorithms in real road traffic are evaluated and further tested. TUM’s AVF and existing AVF from the project partners Augsburg University of Applied Sciences (HSA) and EasyMile are used here.Particular emphasis is placed on networking, communication and interaction with the transport infrastructure and the VRU. Through numerous interfaces to other projects, the test intersection enables strong networking and integration within M Cube and will also become a funding platform for networked interdisciplinary research at TUM, which builds on the experiences of existing crossings such as the Digital Node 4.0 Braunschweig or the Intelligent Node in the research project TEMPUS (connection via associated partner Landeshauptstadt München (LHM)).


Project Lead

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Bogenberger

Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Technical University Munich

klaus.bogenberger@tum.de

M.Sc. Martin Margreiter

Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Technical University Munich

martin.margreiter@tum.de


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