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Managing Automated Vehicles Enhances Network

Deliverables

Project website

Provides the MAVEN public website as one of the key mechanisms for communication with the external environment. It will include information about the project, current events, dissemination material and the publication of final version of deliverables, etc.

Communication materials (final version)

These include: overall design, project flyer, poster, infographics, press release, etc.

Communication materials (inital version)

These include: overall design, project flyer, poster, infographics, press release, etc. Note, this deliverable will be updated in M36 with a 2nd set of dissemination materials.

Integration final report

Verification report and lessons learned from the entire integration schedule.

V2X communications for infrastructure-assisted automated driving

Will describe the communications schemes for intersection/corridor management, platoon coordination and cooperative sensing developed and assessed in Task 5.1.

White paper on ‘management of automated vehicles in a smart city environment’

MAVEN results will be placed in the broader perspective of smart / future cities and embedded with smart city principles and technologies as well as service delivery.

Cooperative environment perception algorithms

This deliverable includes: documentation of the developed cooperative environment perception algorithms.

Transition roadmap report (final version)

The roadmap will be published as a discussion and position paper that addresses the management of intelligent and highly automated vehicles in cities in general, the role of traffic management and its level of guidance at various phases of the transition more specifically, important considerations, and steps to be taken by road-authorities, standards-development organisations and other stakeholders.

Technical report summarizing performance (results) of MAVEN project

The particular steps as stated in the Impact assessment plan will be conducted. Basically, based on the field tests, simulations as well as responses from surveys, a test report will be prepared. It will summarise the impact assessment of the MAVEN project.

Ethics requirements

A plan for handling ethical requirements regarding the involvement of human participants during testing, evaluation and demonstration of the system concept. The deliverables will include: - Details on the procedures and criteria that will be used to identify/recruit research participants. - Detailed information on the informed consent procedures that will be implemented for the participation of humans. - Templates of the informed consent forms and information sheet. - Justification for the involvement of children and/or adults unable to give informed consent. - Copies of ethics approvals for the research with humans.

ADAS functions and HD maps

Will describe the MAVEN enhanced ADAS functions for VRUs and drivers protection (developed in T5.2), as well as the lessons learned from the usage of HD maps (performed in Task 5.3).

Detailed concepts for cooperative manoeuvre and trajectory planning and for in-vehicle cooperative environment perception

This deliverable includes: system architecture on module level, internal and external interface definitions, definition of integrated environment model, detailed concepts for algorithms cooperative manoeuvre and trajectory planning as well as cooperative environment perception.

Cooperative adaptive traffic light with automated vehicles (initial version)

This deliverable will contain the results of all tasks in this work-package. It will describe the scheduling and signal timing strategy for TLC optimization (task 4.1) as well as the other work package outputs and how these are tight into this algorithm. Draft version in M17 reports on tasks 4.1 and 4.2, whereas the final version in M28 also includes results from tasks 4.3 and 4.4. Note that the deliverable will be updated in M28, with the latest project results.

Scheduling and signal timing strategy field prototype

This scheduling and signal timing strategy prototype has reached final integration phase and is ready for field validation and demonstration as planned in WP7.

Scheduling and signal timing strategy simulation prototype

This system prototype will offer a demonstration of the scheduling and signal timing strategy for a selection of use cases and using the SUMO microscopic traffic simulation package.

Cooperative manoeuvre and trajectory planning algorithms

This deliverable includes: documentation of the developed cooperative manoeuvre and trajectory planning algorithms.

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Publications

Incorporating stakeholder input in EU projects

Author(s): O. Pribyl, J. Vreeswijk, S. Hoadley, R. Blokpoel, T. Horak
Published in: 2017 Smart City Symposium Prague (SCSP), 2017, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/SCSP.2017.7973846

Managing automated vehicles enhances network

Author(s): Vreeswijk, J., Pribyl, O., Hoadley, S.
Published in: Proceedings: The 12th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 2017

Automated vehicles in smart urban environment: A review

Author(s): Andre Maia Pereira, Hossam Anany, Ondrej Pribyl, Jan Prikryl
Published in: 2017 Smart City Symposium Prague (SCSP), 2017, Page(s) 1-8
DOI: 10.1109/SCSP.2017.7973864

Managing automated vehicle at signalized intersections

Author(s): Vreeswijk, J., Pribyl, O., Blokpoel, R., Schindler, J., Rondinonee, M.
Published in: Proceedings: International Conference on Intelligent Transport Systems in Theory and Practice, 2017

Interoperable architecture between simulation and pilots for cooperative and automated driving

Author(s): Blokpoel, R., Lu, M., Pribyl, O., Dariani, R.
Published in: Proceedings: The 12th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 2017

Signal plan stabilization to enable eco-driving

Author(s): Robbin Blokpoel, Meng Lu
Published in: 2017 IEEE 20th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Issue 16-10-2017, 2017, Page(s) 133-138
DOI: 10.1109/ITSC.2017.8317921

A sophisticated intelligent urban road-transport network and cooperative systems infrastructure for highly automated vehicles

Author(s): Meng Lu, Robbin Blokpoel
Published in: World Congress on ITS, Issue 02-11-2017, 2017, Page(s) NA

Dynamic and Flexible Platooning in Urban Areas




V2X Communications for Infrastructure-Assisted Automated Driving

Author(s): Michele Rondinone, Thomas Walter, Robbin Blokpoel, Julian Schindler
Published in: "2018 IEEE 19th International Symposium on ""A World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks"" (WoWMoM)", Issue 12-15 June 2018, 2018, Page(s) 14-19
DOI: 10.1109/WoWMoM.2018.8449775

Traffic signal control for connected and non-connected vehicles

Author(s): Andre Maia Pereira
Published in: 2018 Smart City Symposium Prague (SCSP), 2018, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/scsp.2018.8402656

Cooperative queue data for adaptive traffic control

Author(s): Aleksander Czechowski, Xiaoyun Zhang, Robbin Blokpoel
Published in: The 25th World Congress on ITS, Issue 17-21 September 2018, 2018, Page(s) 8

Adaptive green wave with speed advice for automated vehicles

Author(s): Xiaoyun Zhang, Robbin Blokpoel, Meng Lu
Published in: The 13th European Congress on ITS, Issue 3-6 June 2019, 2019, Page(s) 12

Cooperative adaptive traffic control: predictability versus traffic efficiency

Author(s): Meng Lu, Xiaoyun Zhang, Robbin Blokpoel
Published in: The 13th European Congress on ITS, Issue 3-6 June 2019, 2019, Page(s) 7

Controlling a real-world intersection with connected vehicle information provided by CAMs (Cooperative Awareness Messages)

Author(s): D. Wesemeyer, J. Trumpold
Published in: 2019

Cooperative Strategical Decision and Trajectory Planning for Automated Vehicle in Urban Areas

Author(s): R. Dariani, J. Schindler (2019) ., 04-06 Sep 2019, , Egypt. x x 2019 Green OA IEEE-ICVES-2019-DLR.pdf; http://www.icves2019.org/
Published in: IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety, 2019

Implementation and Testing of Dynamic and Flexible Platoons in Urban Areas

Author(s): J. Schindler, R. Dariani, M. Rondinone, T. Walter
Published in: AAET (Automatisiertes und vernetztes Fahren) 6-7 February 2019, 2019

Real-World Applications for Connected Vehicle Data

Author(s): D. Wesemeyer, J. Trumpold, S. Ruppe, M. Bottazzi, M. Bargmann
Published in: 8th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, 2019

Projekt MAVEN (in Czech)

Author(s): Pribyl, O., Horak, T.
Published in: Prazska technika, Issue 1/2018, 2017, Page(s) 14-15, ISSN 1213-5348

Chytrá města

Author(s): Přibyl, O.
Published in: Pražská Technika, Issue 4/2018, 2018, Page(s) 2, ISSN 1213-5348

Autonomní vozidla z pohledu managementu a řízení dopravy (Autonomous driving from the perspective of traffic management)

Author(s): Přibyl, O.
Published in: Sdělovací Technika, Issue 9/2018, 2018, Page(s) 16-18, ISSN 2336-8322

MAVEN - Enhancing intelligent urban road transport network and cooperative systems for highly automated vehicles

Author(s): Meng Lu, Suzanne Hoadley
Published in: Codecs newsletter 3, Issue 3, december 2016, 2016, Page(s) 5

Cooperatief automatisch rijden met slimme wegkantondersteuning (in Dutch)

Author(s): Vreeswijk, J., Van den Bosch, F., Lu., M
Published in: NM Magazine, 2019

V2X: Future Perfect? Intelligent cooperative road infrastructure for highly automated vehicles

Author(s): Lu, M., Blokpoel, R., Vreeswijk, J.
Published in: 2019

Book Review: Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: towards high-level automated driving

Author(s): Lu, M.
Published in: 2019

Automated equals good…doesn't it?

Author(s): Giorgiutti, A., Vreeswijk, J., Pribyl, O. Rozema, K.
Published in: Issue Vol. 6, Nr. 1, June 2019, 2019

Enhancement of safety and comfort of cyclists at intersections

Author(s): Meng Lu, Robbin Blokpoel, Mahtab Joueiai
Published in: IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Issue not yet assigned, available online since 2018-02-08, 2018, 0ISSN 1751-956X
DOI: 10.1049/iet-its.2017.0250

Advantage of cooperative traffic light control algorithms

Author(s): Robbin Blokpoel Wolfgang Niebel
Published in: IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Issue Volume 11, issue 7, 2017, Page(s) 379-386, ISSN 1751-9578
DOI: 10.1049/iet-its.2016.0268

Connected and automated road transport from a city’s perspective.

Author(s): Hoadley, S., Vreeswijk, J., Pribyl, O.
Published in: In: Lu (Ed.) Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Towards High-Level Automated Driving, 2019

ICT infrastructure for automated driving

Author(s): Blokpoel, R., Lu, M.
Published in: In: Lu, M. (Ed.) Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Towards High-Level Automated Driving, 2019

Cooperative system integration.

Author(s): J. Schindler, D. Wesemeyer, A. Leich, M. Rondinone, T. Walter
Published in: In: Lu (Ed.) Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Towards High-Level Automated Driving., 2019

Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Towards High-Level Automated Driving

Author(s): Lu, M. (Ed.)
Published in: IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology), London, 2019