Ulm University Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology
Role in the project
The Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology (MRM) at Ulm University (UULM) leads the ICT4CART work package to derive the ICT Architecture for Connected and Automated Driving in general as well as specifically the works towards the ICT4CART reference architecture. Additionally, the MRM coordinates all work for the German test site in Ulm. In this test site, the MRM will implement an environmental perception model for an urban intersection based on own infrastructure sensors. It operates a fully automated vehicle to perform hybrid communication tests at this intersection as well as on a traffic light intersection with traffic light state communicated via ITS-G5 and cellular mobile network. Finally, precise GNSS localization of automated vehicles based on RTK data from mobile networks is evaluated together with the involved project partners.
About Ulm University Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology
Ulm University is a young dynamic university with a strategically focused, progressive research profile. Strong in natural sciences, medicine and engineering, Ulm University focuses its efforts on interdisciplinary research, i.e. technologies of the future, sustainability and aging in modern societies. More than 10,000 students are enrolled in the four faculties ‘Engineering, Computer Science and Psychology’, ‘Mathematics and Economics’, ‘Medicine’ and ‘Natural Sciences’.