ATLAS-L4: Förderprojekt mit Partnern aus Fahrzeugindustrie, Softwareentwicklung, Wissenschaft und Verwaltung bringt autonome Trucks auf die Straße.

Funding project ATLAS-L4: driverless from hub to hub

The truck manufacturer MAN Truck & Bus, Knorr-Bremse, Leoni and Bosch join forces for more safety, flexibility and efficiency in logistics. Together with the provider of automated logistics Fernride and the test tool manufacturer BTC Embedded Systems, they want to use autonomously driving trucks on the motorway for the first time by the middle of this decade in the ATLAS-L4 project. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Technical University of Braunschweig are supporting the project scientifically, TÜV SÜD and Autobahn GmbH are contributing their know-how with a view to practical feasibility and the approval process.

The research and development project ATLAS-L4 (automated transport between logistics centers on expressways in level 4) funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection focuses on the operation of autonomous trucks on public freeways and expressways and is intended to make a contribution to reducing traffic jams and traffic jams Reducing accidents, lowering fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, increasing the flexibility of vehicle use and showing concepts to counteract the shortage of drivers. The focus of the holistic project approach of the partners from the automotive industry, software development, science and administration is the development of an autonomous truck that meets all the requirements for future driverless driving on defined public highways and expressways between logistics hubs in terms of operational safety, remote monitoring and data transmission.

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30.03.2022   |  

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