Am Montag, den 27. November 2023, um 16:00 Uhr hält
im Rahmen seiner beabsichtigten Dissertation einen Vortrag mit dem Titel
Simulations for Cooperative Driving
Der Vortrag findet online statt:
The cooperative maneuver coordination represents one of the pioneering technologies on the way to the
automated and connected driving of the future. It allows for autonomous, as well as manually driven
vehicles to negotiate and to execute cooperative driving maneuvers with a support of the communication,
in order to increase the traffic safety and efficiency on the roads. Nowadays, the cooperative driving
provides a highly relevant topic for numerous research activities.
The development of the cooperative driving functions, which ought to realize the maneuver coordination
as sophisticated hardware and software systems, requires a comprehensive testing, due to a large number
of aspects needed to be considered. Therefore, the verification and the validation of such systems even
by means of modern virtual test driving techniques poses a challenging task.
In this colloquium, a novel methodology for the verification and validation of the cooperative driving
functions with an intelligent co-simulation framework will be introduced. This includes the associated
approaches for an assessment of the cooperative driving, such as – a preparation of scenarios through
machine learning, a coupled simulation of vehicle and traffic and an application of selected traffic quality
In addition, the resulting methodology will be presented in form of a simulation-based Remote-Adaptable
Prototype-in-the-Loop method, where real and virtual vehicles engage in the maneuver coordination,
thus, delivering one further step towards the solution for a fast and effort-efficient testing of the
cooperative driving functions.
Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Frank Köster