Reliability and Trustworthiness

TrustVehicle aims at advancing technical solutions for automated driving to better assess critical situations in mixed traffic scenarios and even under harsh environmental conditions, hence increasing safety far beyond the current levels.
The project follows a user-centric approach and will provide solutions which significantly increase reliability and trustworthiness of automated vehicles and contribute to end-user acceptance.

Fault-Tolerant and Fail-Operational

The output of the TrustVehicle project is extensively assessed in real-world operating conditions on three demonstrators representing three vehicle classes. Special focus will be put on the demonstration of the fault-tolerant and fail-operational system behaviour as well as 24/7 availability. End-users of the technology will systematically and thoroughly be involved to express their requirements, expectations, and concerns.

Market Impact

TrustVehicle has the opportunity to have a large impact on the market by providing key methods, components and tools for automated driving. Four road transport markets and 50.000 (in 2020) up to 1 Million vehicles produced by the TrustVehicle consortium (by 2030) will be impacted. Revenues of 100Mi€ per year for key components and of 10Mi€ per year for engineering services and tools will be generated.

Interdisciplinary Knowledge Building

The success of TrustVehicle is based on the excellent combination of expertise from key industry players and research partners.
There are partners from 6 different EU member states as well as OEMs from Turkey. This leads to a geographical coverage that is excellent for ensuring validity of the results and enabling interdisciplinary knowledge building throughout of Europe.

TrustVehicle on Twitter
2 weeks ago
You wanna know more about the @TrustVehicle_EU project and the people behind? Don't miss our video, filmed during the pilot study on the driving simulator @AVL_List Have fun watching! @EU_H2020 #H2020
4 weeks ago
Last week, Daniel Watzenig from @VIRTUAL_VEHICLE presented our project at the @AMAA_Conference in Berlin. Find the full paper published in the conference book here TrustVehicle_EU photo
4 weeks ago
Participating in the @ITSWC in Copenhagen? Yes? Then don't miss the Special Interest Session entitled SIS14: “User-centric approaches enabling wider acceptance of Automated Vehicles in mixed traffic” today 13:30–15:00 with @TrustVehicle_EU @interACT_EU and @BRAVE_H2020 TrustVehicle_EU photo
1 month ago
Our project team, including researchers from @VIRTUAL_VEHICLE , @AVL_List, @UniOfSurrey and @CISC ran first tests at the AVL driving simulator in Graz to gain knowledge of human perception and behavior in relation to different road conditions and controller settings. #H2020 TrustVehicle_EU photo