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Behaviour and interactions as a basis for AD and ADAS

Reference number
Funding from Vinnova SEK 172 800
Project duration May 2019 - September 2019
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The purpose of the project was to investigate how Viscando´s intelligent 3D sensor can contribute to Ericsson, Veoneer and Zenuity´s R&D activities. Through live tests in Lindholmen, we have been able to jointly show how Viscando´s data can be used by each company and also identified the necessary further development to better meet the requirement from Veoneer´s and Zenuity´s AD/ADAS developers. Further cooperation in the new project has already been decided and further projects are being discussed.

Expected results and effects

As planned, Viscando, Ericsson, Veoneer and Zenuity conducted a live proof-of-concept with Viscando´s intelligent 3D sensor and 5G equipment from Ericsson. During the PoC detailed data on road user behaviour and interactions was collected and provided to Veoneer and Zenuity. To fully satisfy the needs of AD/ADAS developers at Veoneer and Zenuity, we have identified need for further development. Anyhow, the results have been deemed to promising enough that Viscando will continue to work closely with Veoneer, Zenuity and Ericsson, both within MobilityXlab but also in other projects.

Planned approach and implementation

According to the project plan, Viscando, Ericsson, Veoneer and Zenuity have jointly implemented a proof-of-concept with Viscando´s intelligent 3D sensor and 5G equipment from Ericsson.

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Last updated 16 May 2019

Reference number 2019-02680

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