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Automotive projects

Traffic applications

ANIKA

Upgrading of emergency call points to V2I (= Vehicle to Infrastructure) communication on highways

The aim of the ANIKA project was to have emergency telephones communicate with passing vehicles. In addition to the technical specification, ANIKA also addressed the question of which V2I services should be supported by distress pillars. In future, V2I-equipped emergency telephones could even be used to give warning messages (e.g. wrong-way drivers) to other drivers and the traffic management center. NavCert focus was on identifying applicable standards as the foundation for development and final validation.

anika projekt

OpenCarData (OCD)

Development of a monitoring and reporting tool to reduce CO2 emissions in traffic

In the OCD project, an emissions monitoring and reporting tool was developed, which should contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions in traffic. NavCert Focus was the certification of the developed solution based on a voluntary testing plan. The seal of approval highlights the special features of the product: integrity, accuracy, data security.

FAMOS 2

Development of location-based driver assistance applications - Galileo for Future AutoMotive Systems

In FAMOS, three location-based driver assistance applications were examined: entry and exit assistant, green driving and center of gravity warning system. These were prototypically realized on a test platform. Our focus was on the applicability of emerging automotive standards to ISO 26262, validation of development and identification of a certification scheme.

famos projekt

Geneva

Galileo / EGNOS Enhanced Driver Assistance

In the GENEVA project, proactive and scalable assistance systems were developed that are specially adapted to the complex situation in city traffic. These assistance systems increase and improve traffic safety in the urban area for all road users. Our focus was on the applicability of emerging automotive standards to ISO 26262, validation of development and identification of a certification scheme.

Foster ITS

Development of the first operational, safe and reliable galilEo receiver for ITS applications

The goal of the Foster project is the development of the first operational, safe and reliable galilEo receiver for ITS applications. This satellite receiver is designed to support Galileo OS authentication and guarantees maximum security and reliability through special algorithms and integrated hardware. NavCert focus is on the identification of necessary standards that ensure marketability in relation to automotive regulations such as ISO 26262. In addition, NavCert develops a private testing program for the validation and prototype certification of the recipient.

IKT Services – Projekt 3.2 im Schaufenster Elektromobilität Niedersachsen

Data protection compliant information and data platform providing information of interest to other sub-projects or third parties

ICT Services provides inter-transport, interregional services to users of electric mobility and providers of regional mobility services. In addition, it provides an information and data platform that provides information of general interest to other subprojects or third parties (eg statistics on the use of vehicles and loading points).

eCall Projects

Automatic vehicle emergency call

HeERO – Europaweites Projekt für die Entwicklung eines eCall Piloten

Improvements to existing standards in conjunction with recommendations for the safe use of eCall systems

HeERO addressed the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call service "eCall", which is based on the pan-European emergency number 112. During the three-year project period (2011-2013), the HeERO consortium from nine European countries launched the harmonized, interoperable 112-based emergency call system (E112). In 2013, a new consortium consisting of 6 countries launched the HeERO II project. NavCert was project manager for the overall evaluation in both projects. This included performing tests under real conditions and validating against the common European eCall standards established by European standardization bodies. The result was a wide range of improvements to existing standards in conjunction with recommendations for the safe use of eCall systems.

I_HeERO

Preparation of the necessary control centers Infrastructure for the European-wide introduction of eCall

In I_HeERO, the necessary control center infrastructure is being prepared in order to ensure the eCall service and the compatibility with the Europe-wide introduction of eCall in September 2017. NavCert focus was on defining and performing a conformity assessment of all control centers. All control centers are legally committed to this conformity assessment, provided that they handle emergency calls based on 112.

EMYNOS

nExt generation eMergencY commuNicatiOnS Panagement Platform

 

The EMYNOS project is developing a "Next Generation" emergency management platform. Thus, it will be possible to handle extreme emergency situations, such as natural disasters or terrorist attacks, as well as conventional emergency calls for ambulance or police sovereign and reliable.

NavCert's focus will be on examining all the aspects necessary to deliver eCalls from circuit-switched GSM networks to packet-switched networks such as 5G. This allows more information regarding the emergency call to be sent and real-time updates to be performed.

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