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Evaluation of Automated Driving by Large-Scale Piloting on European Roads – The L3Pilot Project

Authors : Christian Rösener, Adrian Zlocki, Hendrik Weber, Johannes Hiller

Published in: Road Vehicle Automation 6

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Automated driving is still the main focus of research activities in the European automotive industry. The European Commission’s flagship project “L3Pilot” is testing the viability of automated driving as a safe and efficient means of transportation and additionally exploring and promoting new service concepts to provide inclusive mobility. Therefore, L3Pilot will create a standardized Europe-wide piloting environment, coordinating activities across the piloting community in order to acquire data from 100 vehicles with 1000 drivers operating in 10 countries in Europe. Concluding, the project will evaluate the automated driving functions (ADFs), calculate the impacts and provide a cost-benefit analysis.
The evaluation of all ADFs is challenging and requires a sophisticated methodology. This paper describes the overall evaluation approach and in particular the methods for technical- and impact assessment that are taken in the project.
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Metadata
Title
Evaluation of Automated Driving by Large-Scale Piloting on European Roads – The L3Pilot Project
Authors
Christian Rösener
Adrian Zlocki
Hendrik Weber
Johannes Hiller
Copyright Year
2019
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22933-7_8

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