Lunch seminar: AstaZero and REVERE - ​taking your research to the next level

In Gothenburg, there are a number of research infrastructures and test beds focusing on solutions for the transport sector. Chalmers Transport Area of Advance aim to help researchers, both at Chalmers and at our partner companies, to find, understand and utilize these infrastructures.​

(Registration for this event is now closed. If you need to get in contact with us, please send an email to transport@chalmers.se​.)

AstaZero​ is the world’s first full-scale test environment for road safety. The test track is open for research, development and certification of future road safety systems, by vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, legislators, and universities. AstaZero is owned by Chalmers and RISE.

REVERE – Resource for Vehicle Research at Chalmers – is a full-fledged research lab focusing on self-driving vehicles, active safety and vehicle dynamics, now also expanding into the area of electromobility. REVERE’s advanced test vehicle platforms let you test, validate and demonstrate your research, as well as log driving data in different traffic scenarios on test track or on public roads.

Would you like to learn more about AstaZero and REVERE, and how to best utilize these infrastructures? Chalmers Transport Area of Advance invites you to a Lunch seminar, April 12 at 12:00-13:00.

Programme:

12:00 Opening words by Sinisa Krajnovic, Director of Transport Area of Advance
12:05 AstaZero, presentation by Peter Janevik, CEO at AstaZero
12:20 REVERE: Exposing your research to real traffic conditions. Presentation by Fredrik von Corswant, Lab Manager at REVERE
12:35 Research at AstaZero and REVERE – Creating a new data set. Presentation by Jörg Bakker, Chief Technology Officer at Asymptotic AI
12:50 Time for questions
13:00 Closing

The seminar is open to Chalmers’ partner companies, as well as Chalmers’ researchers.

Welcome!

Category Seminar
Location: Zoom
Starts: 12 April, 2021, 12:00
Ends: 12 April, 2021, 13:00

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