|Startdatum||1 februari 2022|
|Einddatum||30 april 2024|
Our country contains a very dense and challenging transport and mobility system. National research agendas and roadmaps of multiple sectors such as HTSM, Logistics and Agri&food, promote vehicle automation as a means to increase transport safety and efficiency.
SMEs applying vehicle automation require compliance to application/sector specific standards and legislation. A key aspect is the safety of the automated vehicle within its design domain, to be proven by manufacturers and assessed by authorities. The various standards and procedures show many similarities but also lead to significant differences in application experience and available safety related solutions. For example: Industrial AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) have been around for many years, while autonomous road vehicles are only found in limited testing environments and pilots. Companies are confronted with an increasing need to cover multiple application environments, such restricted areas and public roads, leading to complex technical choices and parallel certification/homologation procedures.
SafeCLAI addresses this challenge by developing a framework for a generic safety layer in the control of autonomous vehicles that can be re-used in different applications across sectors. This is done by extensive consolidation and application of cross-sectoral knowledge and experience – including analysis of related standards and procedures. The framework promises shorter development times and enables more efficient assessment procedures. SafeCLAI will focus on low-speed applications since they are most wanted and technically best feasible. Nevertheless, higher speed aspects will be considered to allow for future extension.
SafeCLAI will practically validate (parts) of the foreseen safety layer and publish the foreseen framework as a baseline for future R&D, allowing coverage of broader design domains. SafeCLAI will disseminate the results in the Dutch arena of autonomous vehicle development and application, and also integrate the project learnings into educational modules.
HAN University of Applied Sciences
Jan Benders, contactpersoon
Consortiumpartnersbij aanvang project
- Altramotive B.V.
- AutomotiveNL B.V.
- BRACE Automotive B.V.
- Deep Innovations B.V.
- Ebusco B.V.
- Fontys Hogescholen
- H2Trac B.V.
- Hyster-Yale International B.V. in liquidatie
- IFM Electronic B.V.
- MWLC B.V.
- Ricardo Certification B.V.
- Sick B.V.
- Siemens Industry Software N.V.
- TNO Helmond
- TomTom Global Content B.V.
- V-tron B.V.
- V.S.E. Vehicle Systems Engineering B.V.
- Van Halteren Technologies Boxtel B.V.
- Verum Software Technologies B.V.