AoA Transport and AstaZero are working together to enable Chalmers researchers and teachers to do research and education at the test environment AstaZero. As a part of this initiative, AoA Transport will have a call for funding of pre-studies and teaching activities at AstaZero.
12:00-12:40 Monica Ringvik, CTO AstaZero will present AstaZero and possibilities for research and education
12:40-14:00 Discussion about how to use AstaZero for research and education
A vegetarian lunch wrap and coffee/tea will be served during the seminar.
Please register by the latest on 2nd June.
Please note that this event is not intended for students.
The test track AstaZero outside Borås is an open environment for all research in road safety, self-driving vehicles and related areas. You can also organize onsite educational activities, seminars and on-track demonstrations. Astazero is owned by Chalmers and RiSE and can be booked by anyone in the industry.
Examples of previous research and education projects at AstaZero
At the AstaZero test track, a mock-up of a city junction has been used to simulate a real-world traffic environment with both autonomous and manually-driven vehicles negotiating with each other and adjusting their speeds in a cross intersection.Building a safer driverless future
In this video we see three cars heading for an intersection, at a speed of 50 km/h, and passing the intersection almost simultaneously. The self-driving cars are initially on a collision course, but negotiate with each other and adjust their speeds to avoid collisions and maximize the traffic flow. Self-driving cars negotiating their way through the intersection
There are both economic and environmental benefits with really long truck trailers. But what about traffic safety? At Astazero, Chalmers has tested new technology that makes double trailers more stable.Controlled dolly increases safety
(article in Swedish)
Chalmers teknikpark, office building, Sven Hultins Gata 9, Campus Johanneberg
05 June, 2019, 12:00
05 June, 2019, 14:00