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REmote Driving Operation - REDO

Reference number
Coordinator Statens Väg- & Transportforskningsinstitut - Statens väg- och transportforskningsinstitut, Linköping
Funding from Vinnova SEK 10 000 000
Project duration December 2019 - November 2022
Status Ongoing
Venture System-of-systems for urban mobility
Call System-of-systems for urban mobility - spring 2019

Purpose and goal

The goal of Remote Driving Operations (REDO) project is to build knowledge and create opportunities in the emerging field of remote operation of road vehicles. The project should support the competitiveness of Swedish industry and start-ups, with potential effects of smart urban mobility solutions based on remote control of (autonomous) vehicles in a Systems-of-Systems (SoS) setting and creating a knowledge base for SoS engineering in the urban transportation domain.

Expected results and effects

The main results from the project will be tools, methods and demonstrations of remote operation of vehicles. However, the project does include comprehensive studies that is supposed to give valuable scientific results on operational requirements on the system-of-systems for remote driving, as well as advice and overview on regulation and laws.

Planned approach and implementation

This project is divided into 7 work packages dealing with the following topics: 1. Challenges for the driver of teleoperated vehicles in a system of systems. (WP2) 2. Requirements on driver feedback and vehicles during teleoperation. (WP3) 3. Systems-of-systems architecture and infrastructures to support teleoperated driving and control tower operation. (WP4) 4. Demonstrate potentials of teleoperated driving and present a reference architecture for teleoperated driving. (WP5) 5. Laws and regulations concerning teleoperated driving. (WP6)

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Last updated 4 March 2021

Reference number 2019-03068

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