Tag Archives: automated driving

Munich’s public transport project MINGA

AlbrechtConsult analyses safe implementation in the context of critical infrastructures Based on the MINGA project (Munich’s automated public transport with ridepooling, solo bus and bus platoons) funded by the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport, AlbrechtConsult was assigned by the City of Munich to investigate the secure implementation of digital public transport acceleration using C-ITS  Continue Reading »

Heading towards Terminal 4.0

AlbrechtConsult at mid-term presentation of the ANITA project The ANITA project started on 01.07.2020 with the development of a fully automated truck that will perform automated transports on a short route between the container depot of DB Intermodal Services and the DUSS terminal (Deutsche Umschlaggesellschaft Schiene-Straße mbH) in Ulm. Time for a mid-term review: in  Continue Reading »

SAFE20

Safe autonomous driving in automation zones with a minimum speed of 20 km/h Safe autonomous driving on yards (e.g. distribution centres, factory premises, ports and airports) will become increasingly important in the coming years and play a major economic role. The technical feasibility has already been demonstrated in individual applications. However, a holistic safety concept  Continue Reading »

Research project AETAS BAB: More safety in road operations

Analysis of the use of technologies for autonomous driving in the road operation service on federal motorways Road maintenance staff, especially on federal motorways, often find themselves in potentially life-threatening situations during their work. Even though great efforts are made to protect the employees, severe accidents with other road users occur repeatedly. Autonomous or automated  Continue Reading »

ANITA – Autonomous innovation in terminal operations

Digital future at the DB IS container depot and the DUSS terminal: autonomous trucks drive themselves and automate the transport process In Ulm Dornstadt, the digital future is being created: At the container depot of DB Intermodal Services and the DUSS Terminal (Deutsche Umschlaggesellschaft Schiene-Straße mbH), fully automated trucks will be able to move autonomously  Continue Reading »