Automotive EGNSS Receiver for High Integrity Applications on the Drive

Start Date and End Date

01 January 2016
31 December 2017

Turkish Partner(s)

INFOTECH Bilişim ve İletişim Teknolojileri ve Sanayi ve Ticaret AŞ

Coordinator

Mario Boella Research Institute

Budget

€ 2.9 Million

Programme

Horizon 2020 Space

Project Web Page

Scientific Outputs

The aim of InDrive project is to develop and demonstrate an innovative but close-to-market solutions for semi-automatic driving that heavily relying on accurate and high-integrity satellite navigation. InDrive will demonstrate the future use of mass-market Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), targeting automotive applications with high demands for integrity and will create a framework that specifies the requirements for data acquisition, signal tracking and data fusion in order to guarantee the proper handling of positioning data. This approach introduces an innovative integrity framework, allowing the applications to comply with their specified false alarm rates.

Tackling ‘grand’ or societal challenges

Industrial Innovation (including innovation in services as well as products and processes)

The general idea of InDrive project is the development of an automotive enhanced positioning platform, based on the integration of GNSS and other on-board sensors that is able to meet the requirements of safety critical applications in the context of autonomous driving and driver assistance.The next evolution of this concept is the deduction of automated manoeuvres based on this information. In a cooperative GNSS based ACC or Platooning the adoption of the integrity concept will result in a dynamic adaption of the distance between subsequent vehicles in order to follow the regulations of safety distances between vehicles.

Research-influenced changes in policy, agenda-setting

The provision of Improved Public Goods

The improved exercise of professional skill

Human capital development