Connected and Mobile in Dresden
November 14, 2018
Digital, connected and resource-efficient – these are the desired features of future mobility. The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) has been supporting research projects in digital test fields of several cities – one of them Dresden.
On November 14, 2018, results from the projects REMAS, SYNCAR, HarmonizeDD and IVS-KOM, all part of the Saxon research initiative »Synchrone Mobilität 2023«, have been presented at the event »Urban test environment for automated and connected driving«, which took place at the Dresden airport. In addition to presentations and an exhibition, visitors experienced the official launch of the first test corridor with five Roadside Units. By connecting wayside infrastructure, vehicle and backend, it was possible to demonstrate cooperative driving and lane changing in public for the first time.