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interactIVe

PROJECTS
Funding
European
European Union
Duration
-
Status
Complete
Geo-spatial type
Other
Total project cost
€28 414 646
EU Contribution
€16 970 000
Project website
Project Acronym
INTERACTIVE
STRIA Roadmaps
Connected and automated transport (CAT)
Vehicle design and manufacturing (VDM)
Network and traffic management systems (NTM)
Transport mode
Road icon
Transport policies
Safety/Security
Transport sectors
Passenger transport

Overview

Call for proposal
FP7-ICT-2009-4
Link to CORDIS
Background & Policy context

The interactIVe vision is accident-free traffic realised by affordable integrated safety systems available for all vehicle classes - systems that continuously assist the driver and intervene if necessary. interactIVe is motivated by the wish to reduce the number and the severity of accidents and injuries on the roads.

The interactIVe project addresses the development and evaluation of next-generation safety systems for Intelligent Vehicles, based on active intervention. Safety technologies have shown outstanding capabilities for supporting the driver in hazardous situations. Despite their effectiveness, currently available systems are typically implemented as independent functions. This results in multiple expensive sensors and unnecessary redundancy, limiting their scope to premium-class vehicles.

The project will be conducted through a coordinated effort from leading automotive industries, suppliers, and research institutes. By demonstrating these results, interactIVe will significantly enhance the feasibility and attractiveness of next-generation safety systems, strengthening the position of European industries in the area of Intelligent Vehicles and e-Safety.

Objectives

The interactIVe mission is to develop safety systems that support the driver, intervene when dangerous situations occur and help to mitigate the impact of collisions in accidents that cannot be avoided.

The project is based on the concept that by integrating applications together, vehicle components may be shared among the various safety systems. This is accomplished in interactIVe by discrete architectural layers that are common to all applications. These provide large amounts of knowledge about the driver, state of the vehicle, and the environment to all interested applications.

The overall result is an optimal use of resources, lower implementation costs, and ultimately a much broader acceptance of the technology. Although application and sensor fusion is an active area of study, substantial amount of research is still required before its commercial feasibility. By building upon current state-of-the-art technologies, interactIVe will develop next-generation safety systems based on three pillar concepts, namely continuous driver support, collision avoidance, and collision mitigation.

Methodology

The core activities of the project will address the design and development of the Intelligent Vehicle Systems, whose capabilities will be shown in demonstrator vehicles. The scientific objectives of interactIVe focus on the design, development, and evaluation of integrated ADAS applications. Five major scientific objectives have been defined. All of them serve the purpose to cover more scenarios, to enhance system intelligence, and to avoid full collision:

  • Extend the range of possible scenarios and the usability of ADAS:

The focus is on joint steering and braking actuations. Two specific areas are being investigated: continuous driving support and emergency interventions. Collision avoidance will thus become more effective.

  • Improve decision strategies for active safety and driver-vehicle-interaction:

Three areas are addressed:

  1. New technologies for the dynamic prediction of a safe trajectory ahead.
  2. Decision strategies leaving the final control to the driver in all cases.
  3. Advanced human machine interface (HMI) concepts integrated into the primary driving controls.
  • Develop solutions for collision mitigation with market potential for lower automobile segments:

ADAS concepts for reducing accident severity will be further developed. Specific attention is given to vehicle architecture in the low-medium segment of passenger cars, and on cost effective sensors in combination with relevant accident scenarios.

  • Create an innovative platform for enhancing the perception of the driving situation:

One main target is to integrate the environment sensing information as a part of the perception layer, including the inertial sensors, digital maps, and vehicle-to-vehicle as well as vehicle-to-infrastructure communication.

  • Advance the application of standard methodologies for the evaluation of ADAS:

interactIVe continues the work of PReVENT and other European projects by using structured methods for the evaluation of safety functions. A modular evaluation framework is being defined to co-ordinate all testing.

Funding

Parent Programmes
Institution Type
Public institution
Institution Name
European Commission
Type of funding
Public (EU)

Partners

Lead Organisation
Organisation
Ford Forschungszentrum Aachen Gmbh
Address
SUESTERFELDSTRASSE 200, 52072 AACHEN, Germany
EU Contribution
€1 817 547
Partner Organisations
Organisation
Institut National De Recherche En Informatique Et Automatique
Address
Domaine de Voluceau- Rocquencourt, B.P. 105 LE CHESNAY, France
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€0
Organisation
Bmw Forschung Und Technik Gmbh
Address
HANAUER STRASSE 46, 80992 MUENCHEN, Germany
EU Contribution
€191 838
Organisation
European Center For Information And Communication Technologies Gmbh
Address
TORGAUER STRASSE 12-15 EUREF CAMPUS HOUSE 13, 10829 BERLIN, Germany
EU Contribution
€640 753
Organisation
Autoliv Electronics Ab
Address
Medevivaegen, 59133 Motala, Sweden
EU Contribution
€363 340
Organisation
Volvo Bus Corporation
Address
Fästningsvägen 1, 40508 Gothenburg, Sweden
EU Contribution
€1 656 474
Organisation
Volvo Personvagnar Ab
Address
Avd 50090 Hb3S, 405 31 Goteborg, Sweden
EU Contribution
€1 403 569
Organisation
Centro Ricerche Fiat - Societa Consortile Per Azioni
Address
Strada Torino, 50, 10043 ORBASSANO (TO), Italy
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€1 124 350
Organisation
Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek Tno
Address
ANNA VAN BUERENPLEIN 1, 2595 DA DEN HAAG, Netherlands
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€488 009
Organisation
Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen
Address
Templergraben, 52062 Aachen, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€380 820
Organisation
Fundacion Para La Promocion De La Innovacion, Investigacion Y Desarollo Tecnologico En La Industria De La Automocion De Galicia
Address
Poligono Industrial A Granxa 249, 36400 PORRINO PONTEVEDRA, Spain
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€154 276
Organisation
Delphi Delco Electronics Europe Gmbh
Address
VORM EICHHOLZ 1, 42119 WUPPERTAL, Germany
EU Contribution
€168 442
Organisation
Daimler Ag
Address
Mercedesstrasse, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€359 830
Organisation
Deutsches Zentrum Fr Luft Und Raumfahrt E.v
Address
Linder Hoehe, 51147 KOELN, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€801 081
Organisation
Continental Teves Ag & Co. Ohg
Address
GUERICKESTRASSE 7, 60488 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany
EU Contribution
€654 943
Organisation
Trw Limited
Address
Stratford Road, Solihull, B90 4AX, United Kingdom
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€307 570
Organisation
Universite Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1
Address
Avenue Centrale, Domaine Universitaire 621, 38041 GRENOBLE, France
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€498 900
Organisation
Allround Team Gmbh
Address
Mozartstrasse, 50674 Cologne, Germany
EU Contribution
€280 424
Organisation
Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Praze
Address
JUGOSLAVSKYCH PARTYZANU 1580/3, 160 00 PRAHA, Czechia
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€306 288
Organisation
Universita Degli Studi Di Trento
Address
VIA CALEPINA 14, 38122 TRENTO, Italy
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€182 086
Organisation
Here Global B.v.
Address
KENNEDYPLEIN 222, 5611 ZT EINDHOVEN, Netherlands
EU Contribution
€252 155
Organisation
Adc Automotive Distance Control Systems Gmbh
Address
Kemptener Strasse 99, 88131 Lindau/bodensee, Germany
EU Contribution
€0
Organisation
Continental Ag
Address
Vahrenwalder Strasse 9, 169 HANNOVER, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€206 815
Organisation
Lund University, Department Of Technology And Society
Address
Paradisgatan 5, 22100 LUND, Sweden
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€347 760
Organisation
Aptiv Services Deutschland Gmbh
Address
AM TECHNOLOGIEPARK 1, 42119 Wuppertal, Germany
EU Contribution
€812 136
Organisation
Fka Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen Mbh Aachen
Address
Steinbachstrasse 7, 52074 Aachen, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€0
Organisation
Institute Of Communication And Computer Systems
Address
Patission, 10682 Athens, Greece
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€1 147 240
Organisation
Volkswagen
Address
Berliner Ring 2, 1894 WOLFSBURG, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€804 463
Organisation
Universitat Passau
Address
Innstrasse, 94032 Passau, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€509 006
Organisation
Bundesanstalt Für Strassenwesen (Federal Highway Research Institute)
Address
Brüdenstrasse 53, 51427 BERGISCH GLADBACH, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€187 521
Organisation
Teknologian Tutkimuskeskus Vtt
Address
TEKNIIKANTIE 21, 02150 ESPOO, Finland
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€358 014
Organisation
Alessandretti Giancarlo
Address
Via G Vecco 25, 10098 Rivoli, Italy
EU Contribution
€152 286
Organisation
Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola Ab
Address
41296 GOTHENBURG, Sweden
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€412 064

Technologies

Technology Theme
Safety systems
Technology
Technologies to improve road safety
Development phase
Research/Invention

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