Due to the current situation affecting China, the Open Auto Driven Forum (OADF) has been postponed from 18 February to 9 July.
Protagonists of this Congress were the many TISA Members present to showcase their latest developments in the field of intelligent Transport Systems.
Speaking of demonstrations, two very interesting ones were showcased at TISA’s booth.
The first demonstration was the “ADASIS electronic horizon”, showcasing Live lane-level traffic data mapped on ADASIS electronic horizon using Elektrobit Robinos Predictor, while the second one focussed on “Dynamic traffic simulation”, showing how external traffic can influence the behavior of AD vehicles in mixed traffic flow.
Last but not least, TISA participated in a Special Interest Session to discuss the challenges of integrating automated vehicles into the digital infrastructure, together with ERTICO – ITS Europe, NDS Association, HERE Technologies and the University of Japan’s Center for Spatial Information Science.
Digitisation of road transport and emergence of Automated Driving brings together different challenges in particular the need for data exchange between vehicles and the infrastructure. TISA discussed its vision when it comes to identifying the data needed to support Automated Driving, how the automated vehicle should be integrated with the digital infrastructure currently under development and whether the traffic will be managed differently.
The session brought together speakers from different organisations to share their knowledge on the topic and find a way forward for cooperation between OADF and Traffic Management as part of the digital Infrastructure.
The 2019 ITS World Congress proved that TISA is now an established brand in the ITS community, attracting the interest of many ITS stakeholders to TISA’s solutions.