Würzburg, May 2019
9 presentations, pdf download
Mobility creates quality of life. It is a prerequisite for business and commerce, but also for personal encounters. Urban mobility, however, is increasingly coming across to their limits. There is a threat of traffic collapse. Increasing urbanization is accelerating this trend. Individual mobility is being supplemented or even replaced by new traffic concepts based on
autonomous shuttles. Are these shuttles safe? How do they protect their passengers and how do they protect external road users?
Auto[nom]Mobil brings the protagonists of the new mobility together with the experts for vehicle safety and shows ways in which autonomous urban Mobility becomes safe for all concerned.
Autonomous Shuttles – Birth of a new Vehicle Species! Dr. Ulrich W. Schiefer - AtTrack GmbH - Gesellschaft für Mobilität Technologie
Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation - HEAT Natalie Rodriguez – Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Line 12 at the Rhine Falls – A Report on Operations in Switzerland Alexander Schulze – AMoTech GmbH
Field Report of the first Autonomous Shuttle in Public Transport in Bad Birnbach Dr. Thomas Huber – DB Regio
Current Approval Options for Automated Driving Functions in Germany Jonas Herde - TÜV SÜD
Active Safety Layer – Safety Concept for Automated Driving Dr. Roland Kallweit - IAV GmbH Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr
Riding Comfort at Highly Autonomous Driving (HAD) Prof. Hyung Yun Choi - Digital Human Lab
Safety and Comfort in City Bus Interiors under the Aspect of an Aging Society Prof. Dr. Christian T. Haas - Universität Fresenius Self driving vehicles – Safety in a future Transportation System Dr.-Ing. Burkhard Eickhoff - Autoliv B.V. & Co. KG