Highly automated driving: challenges on the road from highway chauffeur to urban pilot
Dr.-Ing. Uwe Schob
Project Manager Longitudinal/Lateral Assistance
IAV GmbH Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr
Within the last months, self-driving cars were widely present in the media. Although autonomous cars are sometimes advertised to be ready for market introduction, a closer look reveals several open issues. The differentiation between automated and autonmous driving has a huge impact on the underlying vehicle system and software architecture. Even automated vehicles of today face several challenges for being market ready.
IAV is tackling some of these issues within the research project eJIT. Its goal and primary challenges are discussed in the presentation. They include technical issues as well as social questions. The presentation will round up, which kind of automation level can be achieved and what will be visible within the year 2017.
- 2007 University of Technology Chemnitz: Diploma Applied Computer Science
- 2007-2013 Fraunhofer Institute Machine Tools and Forming Technology: scientific staff member, Doctor‘s degree and team leader
- Since 2014 IAV GmbH: Project manager of research and mass production projects for advanced driver assistance systems