PoDIUM presented at Brno University of Technology

On 19 January, our partner Ulm University, represented by Michael Buchholz, was invited to present their work in the German Living Lab of PoDIUM during an ‘Invited Talk on Vision, Graphics, and Speech’ at the Faculty of Information Technology of Brno University of Technology. This seminar is part of a series organised by Brno University of Technology to foster collaboration among researchers in Europe, providing a platform for experts to share their ongoing work and discuss the latest developments in their respective fields.

In his presentation, Michael Buchholz provided an overview of Ulm University’s initiatives related to Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) at its pilot site, mentioning challenges linked to fully automated driving in mixed traffic, such as limited field of view of the sensors of automated vehicles, and the solutions developed. In addition, he offered a sneak peek into the PoDIUM use case that will be demonstrated in the German Living Lab located in Ulm, which will propose a cooperative local traffic management system to improve safety and efficiency in mixed traffic conditions.