Use case: Cooperative Corridor Management in the City of Ulm 

This use case explores the benefit of a cooperative local environment model for managing complex urban traffic situations, such as an urban intersection, by improving safety and efficiency in these situations, supporting EU safety and environmental targets. 

The use case in the German Living Lab will focus on investigating:

  • A lightweight solution for environment model based on road users’ communicated data without the infrastructure sensor information
  • Redundancy in communication and services to increase the quality of service of the system, through diverse communication technologies for data exchange
  • Reliability assessment of information sources for trust-building
The Bosch Group
University Duisburg-Essen (UDE) – Networks and Communication Systems group
Ulm University (UULM) – Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology

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