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ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg: The mobility of the future can be experienced in Hamburg and on the TAVF test track

The ITS World Congress 2021 for Intelligent Transport and Mobility Systems closed its doors in Hamburg on Friday, after a record 13,000 guests, 400 exhibitors from all over the world and around 4,000 members of the public came to the exhibition during the week of 11-15 October 2021 and especially on the Public Day (14 October 2021). The congress not only distinguished itself with the trade exhibition and a first-class lecture programme, but also showed in numerous demonstrations and sightseeing tours what the mobility of the future will look like - and that it can already be experienced in Hamburg and on the TAVF test track. Furthermore, the ITS World Congress has shown that the car only plays a role as one part of urban mobility solutions.…


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ITS project TAVF Hamburg: What is actually the test track for Automated and Connected Driving?

With the opening of the ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg, the ITS project clip on the TAVF test track is also ready and can be viewed on the Youtube channel of the Authority for Transport and Mobility Transition. In the clip, the TAVF is briefly presented as well as its functionalities.

 

Come by the ITS World Congress from 11-15.10.2021 and learn more about TAVF at the Hamburg booth in hall B4, booth 140 or at the joint booth of the German ITS community also in hall B4, booth 240.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

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ITS research project "BiDiMoVe" connects busses and traffic lights intelligently along metro bus line 26 in Hamburg Rahlstedt

On 24.09.2021, the results from the Hamburg ITS research project "BiDiMoVe" (stands for "Bidirectional, Multimodal, Networked") were successfully demonstrated to Dr. Anjes Tjarks, Senator for Transport and Mobility Transition of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Claudia Güsken, Chief Human Resources Officer of Hamburger Hochbahn AG, Dr. Stefan Klotz, Managing Director of Landesbetrieb Straßen, Brücken und Gewässer and various members of the press.

 

Public transport is an important part of the mobility transition in Hamburg. The goal is to continue to sustainably increase the service, punctuality and comfort for passengers. This is precisely where the BiDiMoVe project comes in: On a section of the Metrobus line M26 in Rahlstedt, a…


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Bitkom working group organised by TAVF coordination centre a complete success

On 14.09.2021, the Bitkom working group on automated, connected & autonomous driving held its digital meeting.The focus of the digital meeting, which was organised by the ITS mobility/ TAVF Coordination Centre in terms of content, was the topic "ITS strategy and practice: the role of autonomous and connected driving".  With the law on autonomous driving coming into force in July 2021, Germany has now set the course for exploiting the potential of autonomous and connected mobility in regular operation. Dr. Anjes Tjarks, Senator for Transport and Mobility Transition of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, presented Hamburg's ITS strategy to the more than 70 participants and then answered questions about future challenges for autonomous and…


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The test track is an anchor project at the ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg

The Free and Hanseatic City will host the ITS World Congress from 11 to 15 October 2021. The test track for automated and connected driving is one of the Hamburg ITS anchor projects and can be experienced in many ways at the World Congress. As part of the Mobility Transition Demonstration Tours, guests can experience various applications of the test track live in an electric bus free of charge. In addition, numerous automated and connected driving functions will be demonstrated by TAVF users on site. For a deeper TAVF insight, the Hamburger Verkehrsanlagen offers technical tours of ITS traffic infrastructures. Furthermore, visitors can exchange ideas with TAVF project partners at the Hamburg ITS stand.

 

 

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The City of Hamburg is project partner in the EIT project CELESTE

Since 1 April 2021, Hamburg has been a project partner in the EIT project CELESTE - dynamiC spEed Limits compliancE for optimiSed Traffic management. The project aims to test a dynamic speed limit and its enforcement in cities in order to generate added value for traffic management.

 

The CELESTE project, coordinated by CTAG - Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia and funded by the EIT Urban Mobility, was started in a virtual kick-off meeting on 29 April 2021. The consortium consisting of twelve partners will analyse the current synergies between dynamic speed limits and intelligent speed assistance (ISA) systems, define solutions for the entire traffic management value chain and implement them in functional prototypes in the pilot…


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News from TAVF: Filming has taken place on the TAVF

In preparation for the ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg, students from the University of Hamburg filmed a short report on the TAVF test track for the social media channels of ITS Young Mobility. The report focused on automated and connected driving as well as the protection of especially vulnerable road users (pedestrians, cyclists, etc.) on the TAVF route through Hamburg's city centre. In an interview, the operator of the test track and the technical partner were asked about the state of progress and the potential for the future. In a test drive with the TAVF user T-Systems, the young team of journalists from the University of Hamburg was able to experience the technology at first hand. First impressions of the shoot can be seen in the…


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New TAVF user consider it develops own aftermarket solutions for V2X installations

Since June, the TAVF test track for automated and connected driving in Hamburg welcomes consider it as a new TAVF user. With 10 years of project experience, consider it drives market change through innovation. On the TAVF track, consider it is active with various initiatives. These include the development of a V2X system to extract data from the Urban Data Platform (UDP), the TAVF using ITS-G5 communication and C-V2X, and display it in an application. The system will serve as a V2X aftermarket solution for existing vehicles and bicycles. With the development of the application, digital services will be made available to the citizens of the city of Hamburg.  

 

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Invitation to the Plugtest for On-Board Units in the BiDiMoVe Test Field Hamburg

In the Hamburg project BiDiMoVe, the public transport priority at traffic lights will be tested by using ITS-G5 central-based via SREM and SSEM. For this purpose, a test field of approx. 9 traffic lights with ITS technology is being set up (along bus route 26). The BiDiMoVe project would like to make this available to manufacturers of On-Board Units (OBU) and invite them to a Plugtest in calendar week (23.-27.08.21).

 

What is being tested?

The OBU shall request the priority at the traffic light by continuously sending SREMs. If there is a match (PKI, contents of the SREM, etc.), the BiDiMoVe system will confirm the request via SSEM and, if necessary, prioritise the OBU/vehicle. Ideally, the OBU should issue this confirmation…


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New users on the TAVF: T-Systems and BMW Group carry out test activities as part of the National Platform Mobility RealLabHH

The TAVF test track for automated and connected driving in Hamburg welcomes T-Systems and the BMW Group as new users. Both users are active in subgroup seven "Connected Vulnerable Roads Users" as part of the national platform Mobility in the Reallabor Hamburg. The TAVF test track for automated and connected driving is part of the Reallabor for testing various use cases. Both T-Systems and the BMW Group are testing various selected elements of the TAVF road infrastructure. T-Systems is developing the GLOSA (Green Light Optimum Speed Advice) service with the aim of providing car, bicycle and e-scooter drivers with a "traffic light assistant". For this purpose, the data of the traffic lights are used by the TAVF. The messages are sent to…


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