Automation, Assistance and Embedded Real Time Platforms for Transportation
German Aerospace Center, Braunschweig, Germany
26–28 February 2007
Simulation is an increasingly important tool for the development and evaluation of vehicle systems. Driving simulators offer the benefit of reducing development risks, time and costs for many applications. The critical demands for the development of driver assistant systems pushes the limits of driving simulation technology.
The standardisation of manoeuvres and traffic scenarios e.g. for driver assistant system development will be a future goal. The main challenge is to provide cost-efficient solutions. The opportunity to exchange and discuss experiences and ideas between experts was the major focus of this conference.
Participation of CVIS
CVIS - European Research in Cooperative Vehicle-Highway Systems
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