Automated driving with smart vehicles
Cooperative connected and automated driving can improve traffic flow and safety, and helps reduce CO2 emissions. Discover how we contribute to automated driving.
Future mobility: Safely from A to B with IT Security
Smartphones inform on available vehicles with servers, which communicate with smart traffic lights, traffic centres, other road users and navigation providers in order to get from A to B as safely and efficiently as possible.
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Integrated Vehicle Safety and Smart Vehicles
At TNO we develop technology and assessment methodologies to accelerate the deployment of Connected and Cooperative Automated Mobility (CCAM) systems that contribute to ‘zero casualties’, ‘zero emissions’ and ‘zero loss’.
Objective safety rating of autonomous vehicles coming closer
How will we soon be able to objectively determine whether a self-driving vehicle is safe or not? TNO scientist Erwin de Gelder’s research on the use of realistic driving scenarios in the safety validation of autonomous vehicles has made a significant contribution to this.
TNO and Torc Robotics collaborate to use real-world data for autonomous truck validation
TNO announced a strategic collaboration with Torc Robotics, an independent subsidiary of Daimler Trucks. They are working together to substantiate the safety of self-driving trucks using scenario-based safety validation. TNO’s StreetWise, a safety validation methodology based on a real-world scenario database, provides a large collection of “driving events.” The methodology is designed to test and validate autonomous driving systems’ performance according to the latest safety requirements.
Virtual Assessment to enable safe Automated Driving
Real-time signal from bicycle can reduce number of serious accidents
Research done by TNO, Bosch and Shimano shows: additional communication improves car’s emergency brake system.
DITM: Digital Infrastructure for Future-proof Mobility
1 October 2022 - 1 October 2026
In cooperation with
VDL, Heliox, TomTom, NXP and more
StreetWise: Accelerating Automated Driving with advanced scenario-based safety validation
In cooperation with
Siemens, AVL, Daimler Truck
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Mobility in the future: safely from A to B with IT security
Marieke MartensFunctie:Science Director and Professor at TU Eindhoven on Automated Vehicles and Human Interaction
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