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Kollisionsvermeidung mittels Galileo – Das automotiveGATE als Entwicklungs- und Bewertungszentrum für Galileo-basierte Applikationen
[en] Collision Avoidance using Galileo – The automotiveGATE as Development and Testing Center for Galileo based Applications
Katriniok, Alexander [> >]
Reiter, Mathias [> >]
Abel, Dirk [> >]
Christen, Fréderic mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > > Form. doct. sc. ingé. (aérosp. & méca - Bologne)]
Eckstein, Lutz [> >]
19. Aachener Kolloquium "Fahrzeug- und Motorentechnik", Aachen 04.-06. Oktober 2010
[en] 19th Aachen Colloquium "Automobile and Engine Technology", Aachen 04-06 October 2010
ika and VKA, RWTH Aachen University
ika and VKA of RWTH Aachen University
Volume 2
19th Aachen Colloquium "Automobile and Engine Technology"
from 04-10-2010 to 06-10-2010
ika and VKA of RWTH Aachen University
[en] Collision Avoidance ; Advanced Driver Assistance Systems ; Galileo Satellite System
[en] The full operational capability (FOC) of the European satellite navigation system Galileo is expected for 2016/2017. In contrast to today’s GPS Galileo will offer an enhanced availability, reliability and accuracy. Within the framework of “Galileo above” two terrestrial test environments are being set up under the supervision of RWTH Aachen University. The two test environments are the automotiveGATE for automotive applications which is being built on the area of the Aldenhoven Testing Center (ATC) in Aldenhoven and the railGATE for applications in the area of rail transportation which is going to be constructed on the premises of the Siemens testing and validation center in Wegberg-Wildenrath. These environments will allow the development and test of innovative Galileo based applications before the official launch of the global satellite system. In parallel a Galileo based collision avoidance system is developed and will be tested in the automotiveGATE. Also the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia promotes research projects in the field of Galileo based driver assistance systems.
Space Agency of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology
Galileo above
The collision avoidance system that is presented in this paper is part of the program “GALILEO above - the application centre for ground based traffic”, sponsored by the Space Agency of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) with funding by the Federal Ministry of Eco-nomics and Technology, in compliance with a resolution of the German Parliament (project/grant no. 50 NA 0902).

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