TADA Crossroad Assistant - A further step towards autonomous driving
For just over a week, the Crossroad Assistant project of the Transatlantic Autonomous Driving Alliance (TADA) has been installed in Germany at a Dresden traffic crossing:
The participating project partners FusionSystems, Naventik, Dresden Elektronik, the AMZ Saxony, as well as the project partners from the USA are testing driving maneuvers in flowing traffic using suitable camera technology. In this way, detailed information about dangerous traffic situations is obtained based on the movement paths of road users.
The recordings are made with the kind support and permission of the capital city of Dresden, taking into account the applicable data protection regulations, and are used purely for research purposes – i.e.: after evaluation, these data are deleted and not passed on to third parties.
The AMZ Saxony supports the participating project partners as consortium leader and once again makes a contribution to safe, connected driving in order to take another important step towards future autonomous driving.