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FP7

HAVE-it

Project reference: 212154
Funded under: FP7-ICT

Highly Automated Vehicles for Intelligent Transport [Print to PDF] [Print to RTF]

From 2008-02-01 to 2011-07-31

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 27 538 372

EU contribution:

EUR 16 998 662

Coordinated in:

Germany

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2007-1

Funding scheme:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)
The groundbreaking HAVEit proposal aims at the long-term vision of highly automated driving. Within this proposal important intermediate steps will be developed, validated and demonstrated. These intermediate results on the one hand offer high potential for exploitation within 3-5 years after HAVEit and on the other hand form the ideal basis to integrate further next generation ADAS (highly automated functionalities) by adding software modules.HAVEit will significantly contribute to higher traffic safety and efficiency for both passenger cars and trucks, thereby strongly promoting safe and intelligent mobility of both people and goods. The strong HAVEit safety and efficiency impact will be generated by three measures:(i) By optimizing the task repartition between driver and co-driving system (ADAS) in the joint system. As 95% of all accidents are caused by driver mistakes, it is very important to ensure the driver is in the loop when required to make sure he or she is able to react properly in a potentially critical situation. Within HAVEit a radically new approach will be developed: Instead of just switching off an ADAS system in case of an impending potentially critical situation, a step-by-step-approach will be used to transfer the driving task back from the automated system to the driver. (ii) By further developing and implementing the failure tolerant, safe vehicle architecture including advanced redundancy management (from the SPARC predecessor project) to suit the needs of highly automated vehicle applications and to arrive at higher system availability and reliability.(iii) By developing and validating next generation ADAS directed towards higher level of automation compared to the current state of the art: HAVEit integrates 7 cutting edge highly automated vehicle applications for both passenger cars and trucks, e.g. automated assistance in roadworks, automated queue assistance, temporary autopilot, active green driving.

Objective

The path-breaking HAVEit proposal aims at the long-term vision of highly automated driving. Within this proposal important intermediate steps will be developed, validated and demonstrated. These intermediate results on the one hand offer high potential for exploitation within 3-5 years after HAVEit and on the other hand form the ideal basis to integrate further next generation ADAS (highly automated functionalities) by adding software modules.\n\nHAVEit will significantly contribute to higher traffic safety and efficiency for both passenger cars and trucks, thereby strongly promoting safe and intelligent mobility of both people and goods. The strong HAVEit safety and efficiency impact will be generated by three measures:\n\n(i) By optimizing the task repartition between driver and co-driving system (ADAS) in the joint system. As 95% of all accidents are caused by driver mistakes, it is very important to ensure the driver is in the loop when required to make sure he or she is able to react properly in a potentially critical situation. Within HAVEit a radically new approach will be developed: Instead of just switching off an ADAS system in case of an impending potentially critical situation, a step-by-step-approach will be used to transfer the driving task back from the automated system to the driver. \n\n(ii) By further developing and implementing the failure tolerant, safe vehicle architecture including advanced redundancy management (from the SPARC predecessor project) to suit the needs of highly automated vehicle applications and to arrive at higher system availability and reliability.\n\n(iii) By developing and validating next generation ADAS directed towards higher level of automation compared to the current state of the art: HAVEit integrates 7 cutting edge highly automated vehicle applications for both passenger cars and trucks, e.g. automated assistance in roadworks, automated queue assistance, temporary autopilot, active green driving.

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Coordinator

Continental Automotive GmbH
Germany
Siemensstrasse 12
Regensburg, Germany
Administrative contact: Reiner Hoeger
Tel.: +499417903673
Fax: +49941790133673
E-mail

Participants

EFKON AG
Austria
ANDRITZER REICHSSTRASSE 66
GRAZ, Austria
Administrative contact: Hannes Stratil
Tel.: +43 316 695675 303
Fax: +43 316 695675 600
E-mail
ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE
Switzerland
BATIMENT CE 3316 STATION 1
LAUSANNE, Switzerland
Administrative contact: Karine GENOUD
Tel.: +41 21 6933817
Fax: +41 21 6933891
E-mail
DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUER LUFT - UND RAUMFAHRT EV
Germany
Linder Hoehe
KOELN, Germany
Administrative contact: Thomas Richter
Tel.: +49 531 2952150
Fax: +49 531 2952153
E-mail
VOLKSWAGEN AG
Germany
Berliner Ring
WOLFSBURG, Germany
Administrative contact: Frank Schuh
Tel.: +49 5361 971295
Fax: +49536195771295
E-mail
UNIVERSITAET STUTTGART
Germany
Keplerstrasse
STUTTGART, Germany
Administrative contact: Reinhard Reichel
Tel.: +49 7116857090
Fax: +49 71168563591
E-mail
WIVW WUERZBURGER INSTITUT FUER VERKEHRSWISSENSCHAFTEN GMBH
Germany
RAIFFEISENSTRASSE 17
VEITSHOECHHEIM, Germany
Administrative contact: Hans-Peter Krueger
Tel.: +499319709940
Fax: +49931312616
E-mail
Explinovo GmbH
Germany
Schlachthofstrasse
Stuttgart, Germany
Administrative contact: Philippe Allemann
Tel.: +4971193307920
Fax: +4971193307921
E-mail
FACHHOCHSCHULE AMBERG-WEIDEN
Germany
KAISER WILHELM RING 23
AMBERG, Germany
Administrative contact: Ludwig von Stern
Tel.: +499621 482 102
Fax: +499621 482 118
E-mail
SICK AG
Germany
ERWIN SICK STRASSE
WALDKIRCH, Germany
Administrative contact: Kay Fuerstenberg
Tel.: +49 40 611 680 210
Fax: +49 40 298 676 10
E-mail
CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVE FRANCE SAS
France
Avenue Paul Ourliac
TOULOUSE, France
Administrative contact: Sandrine SCHMIDT
Tel.: +33 5 61198050
Fax: +33 5 61192537
E-mail
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET EN AUTOMATIQUE
France
Domaine de Voluceau, Rocquencourt
LE CHESNAY Cedex, France
Administrative contact: Sandrine Lassout
Tel.: +33139635390
Fax: +33139635034
E-mail
INSTITUT FRANCAIS DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DES TRANSPORTS, DE L'AMENAGEMENT ET DES RESEAUX
France
CITE DESCARTES BOULEVARD NEWTON
CHAMPS-SUR-MARNE, France
Administrative contact: Daniel Tinet
Tel.: +33 4 72142553
Fax: +33 4 72376837
E-mail
KNOWLLENCE SARL
France
17 RUE DE L'EGLISE
GOUX LES USIERS, France
Administrative contact: Thierry BEAUJON
Tel.: +33 381 382 950
Fax: +33 381 382 959
E-mail
INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Greece
Patission Str.
ATHINA, Greece
Administrative contact: Angelos Amditis
Tel.: +302107722398
Fax: +302107722291
E-mail
BUDAPESTI MUSZAKI ES GAZDASAGTUDOMANYI EGYETEM
Hungary
MUEGYETEM RAKPART
BUDAPEST, Hungary
Administrative contact: Zsolt Stukovszky
Tel.: +36 1 4631753
Fax: +36 1 4633255
E-mail
VOLVO TECHNOLOGY AB
Sweden
GOTAVERKSGATAN
GOETEBORG, Sweden
Administrative contact: Kjell Berg
Tel.: +46 31 3225402
Fax: +46 31 666415
E-mail
HALDEX BRAKE PRODUCTS AB
Sweden
INSTRUMENTGATAN
LANDSKRONA, Sweden
Administrative contact: Fredrik Seglö
Tel.: +46 418 476000
Fax: +46 418 476001
E-mail
ADC AUTOMOTIVE DISTANCE CONTROL SYSTEMS GMBH
Germany
KEMPTENER STRASSE
LINDAU/BODENSEE, Germany
Administrative contact: N/A N/A
Tel.: +00 0 000000
E-mail
CONTINENTAL TEVES AG & CO. OHG
Germany
GUERICKESTRASSE
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany
Administrative contact: N/A N/A
Tel.: +00 0 000000
E-mail
ASSOCIATION POUR LA RECHERCHE ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT DES METHODES ET PROCESSUS INDUSTRIELS - ARMINES
France
Boulevard Saint-Michel
PARIS, France
Administrative contact: xxx xxx
Tel.: +33 0 00 00 00 00
Fax: +33 0 00 00 00 00
E-mail
ECOLE NATIONALE SUPERIEURE DES MINES DE PARIS
France
BOULEVARD SAINT MICHEL
PARIS, France
Administrative contact: xxx xxx
Tel.: +33 0 00 00 00 00
Fax: +33 0 00 00 00 00
E-mail
VOLVO LASTVAGNAR AB
Sweden
c/o Volvo Business Services AB
GOTEBORG, Sweden
Administrative contact: xxx xxx
Tel.: +00 0 000 00 00
Fax: +00 0 000 00 00
E-mail
Record Number: 85267 / Last updated on: 2014-09-09