Find below a list of SELFY’s sister projects.
PoDIUM project creates a set of key technologies in the physical and digital part of the infrastructure with the objective to address the challenges in road automation and telecommunications linked with connectivity, cooperation, data management, interoperability and reliability to foster the development of advanced CCAM solutions.
One of the main themes of FRONTIER is the integration of Connected and Automated Vehicles into the traffic management.The project provides the network and integrated traffic management strategies of the future, taking into account new types and modes of transport automated vehicles, towards the minimisation of pollution and capacity bottlenecks, the reduction of accidents, and the need to reduce the cost of mobility for all users (both citizens, public authorities and businesses).
FAME project is developing an EU Framework for Testing on Public Roads, organizes events and maintains the EU wide Knowledge Base on CCAM with the aim to facilitate the sharing of best practices and lessons learned to support the collaboration within the community of CCAM needed for the organization and evaluation of large-scale demonstration and future scale-up to the impacts of complete CCAM solutions.
The SUNRISE project aims to develop and provide a harmonised and scalable CCAM Safety Assurance Framework that fulfils the needs of different automotive stakeholders, for a continuously evolving number of use cases and scenarios.). The test cases will be derived from a variety of CCAM systems and use cases, including urban and highway driving of passenger cars, but also automated parking of freight vehicles. Technical results and demonstrators include a CCAM safety assessment method and toolchain, as well as an interactive user handbook, and an EU data framework including test case library.
The AWARD project is developing and operating safe autonomous transportation systems (ATS) in a wide range of real-life logistic use cases in a variety of different scenarios. The final goal of AWARD is to enable an overall autonomous logistic chain through safe and efficient connected and automated heavy-duty vehicles in real logistics operations.