A demonstration of the novel haptic guidance system equipped on the JKU-ITS research vehicle was conducted at the Aldenhoven Testing Center (ATC) in Aachen, Germany, in June 2022.
The performance of the system was demonstrated after a takeover request (TOR). Various participants drove the research vehicle around the test track while performing a non-driving related task (NDRT). A sudden event on the road forced them to deviate from the path. They were then assisted by the haptic guidance.
The exploding delivery traffic is also the result of our many online purchases. Computer scientists at the University of Linz now want to solve parcel delivery in such a way that roads and streets are not blocked and the air remains clean. The result is an autonomous postal robot.
The JKU-ITS team tested how well its research vehicle can hold its position in the middle of the lane in tight curves. The conditions on the test track were almost perfect and the test run went successfully.
Research is carried out on the topic of "autonomous driving". What is exciting is not only the technical implementation, but also the interaction between human and machine.
The Chair's vehicle stopped at the FHTW.
Tests in a real driving environment were carried out in ÖAMTC in Marchtrenk.
Chair holder Cristina Olaverri-Monreal from JKU Linz on data protection and legal hurdles, technical status quo and security issues