The partners working on the research project “KI-FLEX” are developing a powerful, energy-efficient hardware platform and the associated software framework for autonomous driving.
In the Reallabor Hamburg (RealLabHH) the mobility of tomorrow will be tested in the here and now of a metropolis in order to create a blueprint for the digital mobility of the future. Fraunhofer FOKUS is developing with partners a digital collision warning system for vulnerable road users such as cyclists and e-scooter drivers.
In Reinickendorf, Berlin, automated vehicles and new communication technologies are used to test and further develop safety and comfort in digital urban traffic.
During the “Ride4All” project, a model route for barrier-free public transport will be established over the next two years. Users will travel from the Soest to Paradiese station in automated minibuses, while being accompanied by a inclusive, highly accurate app.
Before a vehicle can travel automatically, it must be able to “see” and recognize objects autonomously. The Fraunhofer lidar labeling tool, called “FLLT”, supports AI developers, labeling experts and software developers of automotive manufacturers and their suppliers as well as sensor manufacturers in analyzing and annotating image data from cameras and lidar sensors.
In the DIGINET-PS project, connected and automated driving is researched in the urban test field of Berlin. The focus is on combining modern smart city technologies with future vehicles.
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