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simTD: current topics.

simTD: current topics.

This section provides the latest news and information on developments,

events and publications on the simTD project.


June 2013


simTD Final Event in Frankfurt/Main

The final event of the simTD project took place on 20th June 2013 at the Messe Frankfurt/Main. The project consortium presented its hybrid system of car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication, the car-to-x communication.


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October 2012

simTD@ ITS World Congress 2012

From October 23-26, 2012, simTD presented its current project results during the ITS World Congress in Vienna, Austria. Visitors had the opportunity to learn more about the project at the stand of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development in Hall B, stand B35.

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August 2012

 

Newsletter 004 available


The current issue contains:

  • Script-based field operational test
  • Simulated stress test
  • No false report
  • simTD starts its field operational test from pole position
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October 2011

 

simTD presented C2X communication system for field operational testing

After three years of intensive research, simTD presented its car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication system on October 11, 2011. The system was especially developed for field operational testing. More than 200 participants gathered at the simTD test grounds in Friedberg near Frankfurt/Main to see and experience the Car-to-X communication system.

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October 2011

 

General Assembly in Friedberg

The third General Assembly on October 12, 2011, at the simTD test grounds in Friedberg gave participants the opportunity to extensively test the car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication system which was developed for field operational testing.

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October 2011

 

DRIVE C2X@simTD
On October 13, 2011, the simTD and DRIVE C2X projects jointly invited car-to-x experts to the first event of the DRIVE C2X test site campaign "Making cooperative systems cooperate". More than 100 participants joined at the simTD test grounds in Friedberg near Frankfurt/Main.
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October 2011

 

simTD presents C2X communication system for field operational test

After three years of intensive research, simTD will present its C2X communication system which was specially developed for the planned field operational test in the Rhine-Main area. This system will run with a high number of equipped vehicles and will be tested for the first time under real traffic conditions.

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January 2011:

  

Consistently on the road. The test fleet is ready to run.

Soon, the overall simTD system will be tested by the fleet vehicles of the automotive manufacturers.

Find more about the preparatory work here ...

 simTD Newsletter 003 (in German)

 


December 2010:

 

General Assembly in Kaiserslautern

The project results for 2010 were presented at the second General Assembly in Kaiserslautern on December 8 and 9 at the Fraunhofer IESE.

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Status Seminar in Berlin

Another important objective was reached.

The fourth milestone "Subsystems are availabe" was successfully completed.

The next few months will be dedicated to system integration, after which the test fleet can start in summer 2011.

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November 2010: 



New deliverables
published (in German):

  • Deliverable 13.3 | Test Requirements

  • Deliverable 13.2 | Specification of Test and Experiment

  • Deliverable 12.2 | Validation Goals, Metrics und Methods

  • Deliverable 41.1 | Test design

   

Status Seminar in Berlin

Another important objective was reached.

The fourth milestone "Subsystems are availabe" was successfully completed.

The next few months will be dedicated to system integration, after which the test fleet can start in summer 2011.

more...

 


November 2010

 

New deliverables published (in German):

  • Deliverable 13.3 | Test Requirements
  • Deliverable 13.2 | Specification of Test and Experiment

  • Deliverable 12.2 | Validation Goals, Metrics und Methods

  • Deliverable 41.1 | Test design

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