News & Events

Successful integration workshop in Frankfurt/Main

On September 23 and 24, the IMAGInE partners from sub-project 4 - system and vehicle integration - met for another integration workshop at the DRIVE Center of partner Hessen Mobil in Frankfurt/Main. Objectives of the workshop were tests for sending and receiving complete Collective Perception Messages (CPM), tests of the cooperative environmental model and tests under realsitic driving constellations.

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IMAGinE system put into operation

From October 8 to 9, 2019, the IMAGinE partners from sub-project 4 (system and vehicle integration) met at the DRIVE Center of partner Hessen Mobil in Frankfurt/Main for another integration workshop. Objective of the workshop was to ensure that all relevant vehicle data is correctly distributed from the partner-specific structures via the IMAGinE system and then into the air as a V2X message.

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HMI concepts expanded to include uncertainty conditions

The aim of the IMAGinE work package WP3.5 "Driving simulation and driver behavior" was to expand the human-machine interaction concepts (HMI) to include real-life "uncertainty conditions" and to further develop cooperation-relevant aspects of driver intention recognition.

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IMAGinE gathers pace – first results presented

IMAGinE presents the first results. During the start phase of IMAGinE presentations focused mainly on topics such as project purposes and the technical framework. After obtaining project results the presentations of these results started to gather pace. Since autumn 2018 partners frequently present their research work at dedicated events.

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Successful workshop on implementing the IMAGinE system

On 5-6 March 2019 IMAGinE partners of sub-project 4 (vehicle integration) came together at the Hessen Mobil location in Frankfurt to implement and test the central IMAGinE communication chain for the first time. This chain covers internal communication channels within vehicles from partner-specific to commonly used systems over the air. The test enabled a prototypical depiction of the basic communication through vehicle-internal systems to other IMAGinE vehicles.

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HMI principals developed for cooperative systems

The aim of the IMAGinE work package WP2.4 "HMI principals" (HMI: human-machine interaction) was to develop relevant HMI principals for cooperative systems, create initial design variants based on "ideal world" conditions, and to investigate their effects empirically.

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Successful General Assembly 2017

For this years‘ General Assembly, 46 representatives of IMAGinE project partners came together at the Entrepreneurship Center of the Technical University of Munich at Garching. While the morning session was dedicated for the presentation of current project results, the participants spent the afternoon with detailed discussions about five core topics.

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Second Consortium Meeting scheduled

After the successful joint kick-off at the end of November 2016, the IMAGinE consortium will meet for the second time in a large round in October this year. The host for the consortium meeting on October 26, 2017 is the Technical University of Munich. The IMAGinE project partner invites to the Entrepreneurship Center of the TUM in Garching near Munich.

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Dynamic website online

The project website www.imagine-online.de is now available in German and English. The responsive web design invites you to surf on all devices and screen sizes.

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IMAGinE achieves first milestone

The IMAGinE project has successfully reached the first of four defined milestones. With the "Framework specification of the IMAGinE system and functions" a detailed description of the jointly developed system architecture is now available.

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IMAGinE kick-off held in Renningen

The IMAGinE kick-off was held on 29-30 November 2016 at the new Bosch research campus in Renningen. More than 60 participants of the 12 project partners took the opportunity to meet each other and to exchange ideas about the upcoming project work.

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