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Deliverables

Simulation scenarios and tools

Simulation framework and identification of simulation tools to enrich field experiment results from vehicle level of shared CCAVs up to mobility level. Detailed scenarios and hypotheses addressing A9.4 KPI’s and WP13 impact areas will be included. Definition of data inputs required from SHOW sites. Related tasks: A10.1, A10.2, A10.3

Dissemination and Communication Plan update and activities

Update of dissemination plan and report of dissemination achievements upon KPIs defined Reporting of the launch PanEuropean multistakeholders workshop and all other dissemination activities and event attended andor organised by the project so far according to the plan initial overview described in Table 16 Related tasks A151 A152 A153

SHOW updated Ethics manual & Data Protection Policy and Data Privacy Impact Assessment

Update of project ethics manual and updated templates of the informed consent/assent forms and information sheets. Updated data protection policy of the project and first version of the project Data Privacy Impact Assessment. Related tasks: A3.2

Pilot experimental plans, KPIs definition & impact assessment framework for final demonstration round

Full experimental design for final demonstration round addressing all the selectedpriority Use Cases revision of subjective and objective capturing and monitoring tools and connection with the dashboard and data collection platform update of impact assessment framework including KPIs definition and their success target for final demo activities extending the list of the already defined KPIs Related tasks A91 A92 A94

Open modular system architecture and tools - first version

Definition of the agreed framework for an open modular and inclusive system architecture and the enabling tools for it that will support all selected WP1 UCs and allow for crosssite crossvehicle and crossoperators data collection analysis and meta services realization All communication layers and all communication architectures and protocols will be defined in detail for all the project communication needs meaning per WP1 Use Case as each of them will be implemented in each SHOW test site Functional requirements of dashboard cybersecurity and interoperability mechanisms included Results of first round of risk assessment included Related tasks A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46

Pilot experimental plans, KPIs definition & impact assessment framework for pre-demo evaluation

Full experimental design for predemo evaluation activities addressing at least 70 of the selected Use Cases description and creation of subjective and objective capturing and monitoring tools impact assessment framework including KPIs definition and their success target for predemo activities extending the list of the already defined KPIs Related tasks A91 A92 A94

Open modular system architecture - second version

Updated system and communication architecture towards application in SHOW demonstrations Dashboard cybersecurity and interoperability modules and mechanisms fully implemented and specified Results of second round of risk assessment included Related tasks A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46

Evaluation framework

First version of SHOW common parametric evaluation framework covering pre-demo and real life demonstration activities across all project test sites. Related tasks: A9.1

D3.2: SHOW Ethics manual & Data Protection Policy

Will define the Ethics Board of the project and its responsibilities and will define for the first time the ethics and GDPR related processes and their monitoring and compliance mechanisms in the course of the project. First version of templates of the informed consent/assent forms and information sheets (in language and terms intelligible to the participants). First version of data protection policy of the project. Related tasks: A3.2

Ecosystem actors needs, wants & priorities & user experience exploration tools

Will include the definition of the ecosystem or automated urban mobility, the extended reference terminology for the full course of the project, and the specific methodology and mechanisms through which ecosystem needs, wants and priorities will be captured in the project (through literature reviews and on-line surveys). The outcomes of the literature review first loop will be part of this document. At least 20 different sources will be investigated in a systematic manner until M6. In addition, it will describe the A1.2 operating module and mechanisms that will be developed and applied in the project in order to accommodate user opinion discovery regarding SHOW services. Related tasks: A1.1, A1.2.

Final SHOW Ethics manual, Data Protection Policy and Data Privacy Impact Assessment

Final ethics manual and all related forms data protection policy and Data Privacy Impact Assessment Related tasks A32

Analysis report on legal, regulatory, institutional frameworks

Investigation of related legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks in Europe and worldwide, covering at least in detail the SHOW Mega and Satellite demo sites countries. Identification of the multi-layered restrictions and gaps and establishment of the legal and operational framework for the selected WP1 Use Cases to be demonstrated. Related tasks: A3.1 & A3.3.

Technical validation protocol

Validation and commissioning framework methodology to be applied in all SHOW pilot sites in order to assure the safety and security of their operations on the vehicle side, infrastructure side and their supervision system. The framework will be harmonised in order to serve beyond SHOW and apply for deployment of future services in a safe and secure way taking into account technical, organizational and regulatory needs. Related tasks: A11.1

Pre-demo evaluation activities

Setup of all the demo sites for predemo evaluation activities according to A91 plans and SP2 outcomes readiness Results of predemo evaluation with internal to the Consortium participants and selected observers At least 70 of all WP1 Use Cases will be evaluated in SHOW demo sites Issue of optimisation registry prior to moving to final reallife evaluation Respective activities of A93 users engagement and cocreation initiatives for this phase to be reported Related tasks A113

Dissemination and Communication Plan

SHOW multilayered dissemination strategy and communication defining the target audience and stakeholder forum the key messages for each type of audience an attractive and consistent visual identity dissemination measures and dedicated meanschannels for each stakeholder group as well as the monitoring mechanisms of dissemination activities and their impact in order to ensure the fulfilment of the specific KPIs defined to be revisited Related tasks A151 A152 A153

SHOW Pproject Mmanagement, plan Quality Assurance & Risk Assessment Plan

Detailed project management plan with Gantt Chart and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), including detailed task scheduling, allocation of responsibilities among Partners, Deliverables and Milestones planning, interdependencies among tasks and full definition of governance scheme layers with tasks and roles assigned to each, addressing also the project Advisory Board and its liaison to the project. It also includes the Quality Assurance Plan for the project, with definition of Quality Control Board (QCB) and responsibilities assigned respectively, encompassing the methodology for risk assessment strategy (on project level) against which the annual project risk assessments will be performed. Related tasks: A14.1, A14.2, A14.3, A14.4

Market analysis

Positioning of SHOW in CCAV market detailed competitor and SWOT analysis Related tasks A161

Recommendations for Adapting Regulatory and Operational Strategies for CCAV deployment at Local and Regional Level

Report and recommendations for future adoption on regulatory and operational strategies for CCAV deployment at local and regional level on the basis of A31 outcomes and open consultation processes to be organised in the project and complemented by targeted interviews and focus group meetings At least 2 taskforce meetings will be organised in this context Related tasks A33

SHOW Project Management, Quality Assurance & Risk Assessment Plan first update

Update of project management plan Related tasks A141 A142

SHOW Project Management, Quality Assurance & Risk Assessment Plan second update

Final update of project management plan Related tasks A141 A142Concertation twinning as well as Advisory Board activities will be reported in project progress reports

Benchmarking of existing business / operating models & best practices

Will report best practices on business models upon a detailed benchmarking study on existing schemes that will be expanded with dedicated interviews with at least 100 relevant external stakeholders and workshops in each MegaSatellite site involving the local ecosystem At least 7 existing best practices will be thoroughly elaborated Related tasks A21

SHOW Use Cases

Identification and elaboration of the priority urban automated mobility Use Cases of the project that guarantee high user acceptance and true user demand. Target is at least 7 UC families, 23 single UCs to work upon, each one to be addressed in at least one pilot site; all meeting local stakeholder interest and (later) acceptance. Related tasks: A1.3.

Demos safety, reliability and robustness validation and commissioning

Results of all SHOW demonstrators safety reality and robustness validation and commissioning upon A111 framework Issue of optimisation registry prior to moving to predemo evaluation Related tasks A112

First version of validated business/operating models

Primary evidence on the validation of the selected business models in SHOW test sites upon specific KPIs At least 5 of them will be fully tested across the pilot sites Related tasks A23

Requirements for AV fleets operation simulation suite and first evidence on pilot results based simulations for impact assessment

Algorithms for combinational simulation modelling to result in an integrated and holistic AV fleets operation simulation suite Issue of requirements for feeding successfully the suite designed with demo activities outcomes to support CCAV impact assessment in WP13 Related tasks A102 A103 A104

First issue of best practices and decision making mechanisms for different stakeholder groups

Best practices for key stakeholders requirements for the decision making mechanisms for Cities and Authorities Related tasks A171 A172

Open modular system architecture - third version

Final system and communication architecture towards corrective reapplication if needed in SHOW demonstrations Corrective revision of communication dashboard cybersecurity and interoperability mechanisms implementation and specification Related tasks A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46

Proposed business / operating models & mapping to UCs and Pilot sites

Will propose at least 7 business models novel or existing on the basis of A21 outcomes that will be applied in SHOW including at least 2 new business roles The selected SHOW business operating models will be instantiated for application and demonstration in SHOW test sites Mega and Satellite Related tasks A22 A23

Solutions for on-site digital and communication infrastructure

On-site digital and communication infrastructure solutions available at all applicable sites to allow the respective WP1 Use Cases and WP2 business/operational scenarios demonstration and responding to the latest version of WP4 system architecture and requirements. Related tasks: A8.2.

Criteria catalogue and solutions to assess and improve physical road infrastructure

Criteria catalogue and solutions to assess and improve physical road infrastructure available at all applicable sites to allow the respective WP1 Use Cases and WP2 businessoperational scenarios demonstration and responding to the latest version of WP4 system architecture and requirements Related tasks A81

Data Management Plan (DMP) – 1st version

Data Management Plan detailing what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated & preserved following the FAIR principles, defining their way/means of collection (against enhanced GDPR compliant templates) and identifying the open access layer. Allocation of specific roles in the Consortium in compliance with the GDPR requirements will be defined. Related tasks: A14.6

DMP - final version

Update of project Data Management Plan utilising knowledge gained Related tasks A146

Dissemination material and mechanisms of the project - updated

Update of dissemination material and mechanisms of the project according to the dissemination plan established Related tasks A151 A153

Project video

Project video depicting aim objectives demonstrators interviews and so far outcomes Related tasks A151

Dissemination material and mechanisms of the project

Dissemination material of the project starting from the visual identity (logo, web site and templates) to the core material to be produced and used (leaflet, poster, etc.) as well as the social media multiplication strategies and tools (all defined in detail in section 2.2). Related tasks: A15.1, A15.3

SHOW Marketplace and services - first version

Design and implementation of the SHOW Marketplace infrastructure and its services including extended existing ones and close-to-market open-source solutions, operational services to boost the acceptance and adoption of CCAV’s for PT, energy management services and of a monitoring and authoring tool for building and managing adaptive multimodal UI targeting SHOW users. Related tasks: A6.1, A6.2, A6.3, A6.4, A6.5.

SHOW Marketplace and services - second version

Revision of marketplace infrastructure and services; able to provide all operational, energy management and dynamic personalized services required at each SHOW site. Related tasks: A6.1, A6.2, A6.3, A6.4, A6.5.

Publications

The Interface of Privacy and Data Security in Automated City Shuttles: The GDPR Analysis

Author(s): Meriem Benyahya, Sotiria Kechagia, Anastasija Collen, Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: Applied Sciences, Issue 12(9), 2022, Page(s) 4413, ISSN 2076-3417
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/app12094413

A Hybrid Planning Approach Based on MPC and Parametric Curves for Overtaking Maneuvers

Author(s): Ray Lattarulo, and Joshue Perez
Published in: Sensors, Issue 21(2), 595, 2021, Page(s) N/A, ISSN 1424-8220
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/s21020595

Lessons learned from setting up a demonstration site with autonomous shuttle operation – based on experience from three cities in Europe

Author(s): Anna Anund, Ricker Ludovic, Brunella Caroleo, Hugo Hardestam, Anna Dahlman, Ingrid Skogsmo, Mathieu Nicaise, Maurizio Arnone
Published in: Journal of Urban Mobility, 2022, Page(s) Volume 2, ISSN 2667-0917
Publisher: Journal of Urban Mobility
DOI: 10.1016/j.urbmob.2022.100021

Automated city shuttles: Mapping the key challenges in cybersecurity, privacy and standards to future developments

Author(s): Meriem Benyahya, Anastasija Collen, Sotiria Kechagia, Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: Computers & Security, Issue 122, 2022, Page(s) 102904, ISSN 0167-4048
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.cose.2022.102904

Can I Sleep Safely in My Smarthome? A Novel Framework on Automating Dynamic Risk Assessment in IoT Environments

Author(s): Anastasija Collen, Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: Electronics, Issue 11(7), 2022, Page(s) 1123, ISSN 2079-9292
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/electronics11071123

On line shopping and logistics: a fast dynamic vehicle routing algorithm for dealing with information evolution

Author(s): Elvezia Maria Cepolina , Francesco Cepolina, Guido Ferla
Published in: 23rd International Conference on Harbor, Maritime and Multimodal Logistic Modeling & Simulation, Issue HMS 2021, 2021, Page(s) 27-36, ISSN 2724-0339
Publisher: CALTEK
DOI: 10.46354/i3m.2021.hms.004

Analysis on Security and Privacy Guidelines: RFID-Based IoT Applications

Author(s): Hezam Akram Abdulghani, Niels Alexander Nijdam, Dimitri Konstantas
Published in: IEEE Access, Issue 10, 2022, Page(s) 131528-131554, ISSN 2169-3536
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
DOI: 10.1109/access.2022.3227449

Unboxing the graph: Towards interpretable graph neural networks for transport prediction through neural relational inference

Author(s): Mathias Niemann Tygesen, Francisco Camara Pereira, Filipe Rodrigues
Published in: Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Issue Volume 146, 2023, ISSN 0968-090X
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2022.103946

Integrating Human Factors in the Visualisation of Usable Transparency for Dynamic Risk Assessment

Author(s): Anastasija Collen, Ioan-Cosmin Szanto, Meriem Benyahya, Bela Genge, Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: Information, Issue 13(7), 2022, Page(s) 340, ISSN 2078-2489
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/info13070340

System innovation in transport with automated minibuses and ITS: the citizen centric approach of AVENUE

Author(s): Guy Fournier, Michael Thalhofer, Philippe Chrétien, Adrian Boos, Dorien Korbee, Ines Jaroudi, Eliane Nemoto, Gabriele Naderer, Dimitri Konstantas, Tobias Viere
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia - Transport Research Arena (TRA) Conference 2022, 2023, ISSN 2352-1465
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.

Simulated Sensor Based Strategies for Obstacle Avoidance Using Velocity Profiling for Autonomous Vehicle FURBOT

Author(s): Khayyam Masood, Rezia Molfino, Matteo Zoppi
Published in: Electronics, Issue 9/6, 2020, Page(s) 883, ISSN 2079-9292
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/electronics9060883

Parking Pose Generation for Autonomous Freight Collection by Pallet Handling Car-like Robot

Author(s): Khayyam Masood,David Pérez Morales,Vincent Fremont,Matteo Zoppi,Rezia Molfino
Published in: Energies, Issue 14 (15) 4677, 2021, ISSN 1996-1073
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/en14154677

Hydraulic Pressure-Flow Rate Control of a Pallet Handling Robot for an Autonomous Freight Delivery Vehicle

Author(s): Khayyam Masood, Xavier Dauptain, Matteo Zoppi, Rezia Molfino
Published in: Electronics, Issue 9/9, 2020, Page(s) 1370, ISSN 2079-9292
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/electronics9091370

Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Certification Gaps of Connected and Automated Vehicles

Author(s): Meriem Benyahya, Anastasija Collen, Sotiria Kechagia, Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia - Transport Research Arena (TRA) Conference 2022, 2023, ISSN 2352-1465
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.

From Drive-By-Wire to Autonomous Vehicle: Urban Freight Vehicle Perspectives

Author(s): Khayyam Masood, Matteo Zoppi, Vincent Fremont, Rezia M. Molfino
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/3, 2021, Page(s) 1169, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13031169

Platoon Merging Approach Based on Hybrid Trajectory Planning and CACC Strategies

Author(s): Carlos Hidalgo; Ray Lattarulo; Carlos Flores; Joshué Pérez Rastelli
Published in: Issue 8, Issue 2, 2021, ISSN 1424-8220
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/s21082626

The use of an autonomous coupling capable trailer to reduce the cost per delivery and increase profit for logistic companies: a simulative analysis

Author(s): Malisetty Venkata Akhil Babu, ElviziaMaria Cepolina, Matteo Zoppi
Published in: 2022
Publisher: I3M 2022 (HSM 2022 Best Paper Award)

Driving without Driver in Public Transportation

Author(s): Antonios Lalas, Dimitrios Tsiktsiris, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Jeroen Beukers, and Dimitri Konstantas
Published in: 24th EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting (EWGT 2021), Issue 8-10 September 2021, 2021
Publisher: EWGT 2021
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7349321

Stakeholders clustering and identification of needs, wants and priorities in automated road transport

Author(s): Matina Loukea, Maria Gemo, Evangelia Gaitanidou, Mary Panou
Published in: 10th International Congress on Transport Research, 2021
Publisher: 10th International Congress on Transport Research

Assessment of physical road infrastructure to support automated vehicles in an urban environment

Author(s): Isabela Erdelean, Andrea Schaub, Christian Stefan; Marek Vanzura, Veronika Prändl-Zika, Andreas Hula
Published in: 2022
Publisher: TRA 2022

Exact and heuristic static routing algorithms forimproving online grocery shopping logistics

Author(s): Francesco Cepolina, Elvezia Maria Cepolina, Guido Ferla
Published in: 23rd International Conference on Harbor, Maritime and Multimodal Logistic Modeling & Simulation 18th International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference, Issue 23rd International Conference on Harbor, Maritime and Multimodal Logistic Modeling & Simulation 18th International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference, 2021, Page(s) 17-26, ISBN 978-88-85741-59-1
Publisher: 23rd International Conference on Harbor, Maritime and Multimodal Logistic Modeling & Simulation
DOI: 10.46354/i3m.2021.hms.003

Assessing the impacts of shared autonomous mobility with M3ICA: A multi-impact, multi-actor, multi-criteria approach

Author(s): Fatima-Zahra Debbaghi, Lieselot Vanhaverbeke, Evy Rombaut
Published in: 2022
Publisher: TRA 2022

An Open Platform for Simulating the Physical Layer of 6G Communication Systems with Multiple Intelligent Surfaces

Author(s): Alexandros Papadopoulos, Antonios Lalas, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tyrovolas, George K. Karagiannidis, Sotiris Ioannidis, Christos Liaskos
Published in: 2022
Publisher: CNSM
DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.2211.01659

TM2.0 evolution towards multimodality: Turin SHOW Pilot

Author(s): Alberto Bellini1, Brunella Caroleo, Cassandre de Froidmont
Published in: 14th ITS European Congress, Issue May 2022, 2022
Publisher: 14th ITS European Congress

Identifying KPIs for the safety assessment of autonomous vehicles through traffic microsimulation

Author(s): Oikonomou, Maria; Sekadakis, Marios; Katrakazas, Christos; Ziakopoulos, Apostolos; Vlahogianni, Eleni; Yannis, George
Published in: International Congress On Transportation Research (ICTR), 2021
Publisher: https://ictr.gr/
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7432801

Citizen and stakeholder engagement in the development and deployment of automated mobility services, as exemplified in the SHOW project

Author(s): Delphine Grandsart, Henriette Cornet, Matina Loukea, Stéphanie Coeugnet-Chevrier, Natacha Metayer, Anna Anund, Anna Sjörs Dahlman
Published in: CSUM 2022: Smart Energy for Smart Transport, 2023, Page(s) 468–481
Publisher: Springer
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-23721-8_39

Toward Generating a DoS and Scan Statistical Network Traffic Metrics for Building Intrusion Detection Solution Based on Machine and Deep Learning: I-Sec-IDS Datasets

Author(s): Benedetto Marco Serinelli
Published in: International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Network Security (ICCINS-2022), Issue 3-4 March 2022, 2022
Publisher: National Institute of Technology
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6657210

Smart Cities: Automated Vehicle and Shuttle Transportation in the Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg

Author(s): Nico Lambing, Sven Ochs, Stefan Orf, Tobias Fleck, Christian Hubschneider, Marc Rene Zofka, Alexander Viehl, J. Marius Zoellner
Published in: 2021
Publisher: 10th international Congress on Transporation Reserach (ICTR)

Ethics and liability issues in Autonomous Driving: an overview of the Italian use case in the EU-Project SHOW

Author(s): Guido Lorenzo Valletta, Leonardo Domanico
Published in: 2022
Publisher: 28th ITS World Congress

Investigating the behaviors of cyclists and pedestrians under automated shuttle operation

Author(s): Yun-Pang Flötteröd, Iman Pereira, Johan Olstam, Laura Bieker-Walz
Published in: SUMO User Conference 2022, 2022
Publisher: SUMO User Conference 2022
DOI: 10.52825/scp.v3i.165

Towards safe and efficient shared-space oriented DRT Service–some insights with real case studying Linköping

Author(s): Yun-Pang Flötteröd, Laura Bieker-Walz, Johan Olstam
Published in: 27th ITS World Congress, Hamburg, Germany, 2021
Publisher: 27th ITS World Congress, Hamburg, Germany
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7432327

Human-Centric Automated Driving for Intersection CrossingC-ITS Control Application for Public Transport

Author(s): Sven Jansen, Jochem Brouwer, Koichi Kawaguchi
Published in: JSAE Annual Congress, Issue 2022, 2022
Publisher: 2022 JSAE Annual Congress

Managed automated driving: a new way for safe and economic automation

Author(s): Jürgen Weimer, Christian Ulrich, Marcus Conzelmann, Tobias Fleck, Marc René Zofka, Miriam Grünhäuser
Published in: 2022
Publisher: 27th ITS World Congress

On the analysis of open source datasets: validating IDS implementation for well-known and zero day attack detection

Author(s): Benedetto Marco Serinelli and Anastasija Collen and Niels Alexander Nijdam
Published in: 18th International Conference on Mobile Systems and Pervasive Computing (MobiSPC), Issue 09-12 August 2021, 2021, Page(s) 192-199, ISSN 1877-0509
Publisher: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2021.07.024

Estimated Time of Arrival in Autonomous Vehicles Using Gradient Boosting: Real-life case study in public transportation

Author(s): Evangelos Antypas, Georgios Spanos, Antonios Lalas, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras
Published in: 2022 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), 2022, ISBN 978-1-6654-8561-6
Publisher: 2022 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2)
DOI: 10.1109/isc255366.2022.9921853

Vehicle dispatching in macroscopic transport models: modelling Demand Responsive Transit

Author(s): van der Tuin, M.S., Spruijtenburg, D., Zhou, H.
Published in: 2022
Publisher: TRA 2022

Autonomous vehicles testing on public roads: an overview of the Italian use case in the EU-Project SHOW

Author(s): Lorenzo Valletta, Leonardo Domanico
Published in: 2022
Publisher: International Road Federation (IRF) Global Road to Tomorrow (R2T) Conference and Exhibition

Applying a semi-automated workflow for digital dynamic maps to support the operation of automated vehicles

Author(s): Andreas Hula, Andrea Schaub, Christian Stefan, Veronika Prändl-Zika, Isabela Erdelean
Published in: 2022
Publisher: TRA 2022

A Qualitative Analysis to Develop Handover Strategies for Freight Handling Autonomous Vehicle.

Author(s): Anbarasan, S.; Masood, K.; Zoppi, M.; Fremont, V.; Molfino, R.
Published in: 10th international Congress on Transporation Reserach (ICTR), September 2021, Issue 2021IEEE International Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 2021, Page(s) 2582-2588, ISBN 978-1-7281-9142-3
Publisher: 2021IEEE International Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC)
DOI: 10.1109/itsc48978.2021.9565043

Stochastic pedestrian models for autonomous vehicles

Author(s): Michael Hartmann, Master of Science
Published in: Graz University of Technology, 2022
Publisher: Graz University of Technology

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