Joint Stakeholder Workshop of INFRAMIX and TransAID

Workshop on infrastructure requirements and traffic control strategies for automated driving

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The INFRAMIX and TransAID projects organise a workshop about how increasing vehicle automation may affect infrastructure design and traffic management. The goals of the workshop are to:

  • Explore in more detail how increasingly automated vehicles are likely to behave in various traffic situations and how this may affect the traffic management task.
  • Provide insight to the role that communication technology (digital infrastructure) can play in the shorter term of connected transport and the longer term of automated transport.
  • Promote reflection among public, knowledge and technology stakeholders on proposed solutions, and on their role and responsibilities as automated driving evolves.

Location:

Virtual Vehicle Research Center

Inffeldgasse 21a, 8010 Graz – Austria

Timeframe:

9th Oct 2019 – 09:30-17:00

Registration from 9:00

Main Agenda Points:

  • Discussion sessions:
    • Limitations of automated driving
    • Modelling infrastructure-assisted automated driving and simulation findings
    • Traffic control strategies for mixed traffic
    • ISAD – how can infrastructure support automated driving
  • Poster exhibition
    • Participants are very welcomed to submit their posters showing their activities and results advancing Connected and Automated Mobility. These posters will stimulate the conversation during the coffe breaks.
  • Meet and greet with the C-ITS testing group
    • Several partners are testing reception and interaction of/with C-ITS messages on the Austrian test track in parallel. The testing group will stop by to give insights on the tests.

You can find a provisional agenda here.