As a technology sponsor of the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge 2016 (GCDC) TASS International welcomes you at the GCDC demonstration days on May 28-29 in Helmond and at the i-GAME congress in Eindhoven on May 30th.
The GCDC event is one of the highlights of the i-GAME project, a European Commission supported research project that takes cooperative automation of vehicles to the next level and speeds up the implementation. The GCDC 2016 is an innovative and competitive demo event on the A270 highway between Helmond and Eindhoven (the Netherlands) in which 10 to 12 European teams compete using a combination of vehicle automation and V2V & V2I communication.
The first demonstration day (Public Day) of the GCDC at Saturday May 28th is aimed at the general public. Experts from TNO, Eindhoven University of Technology and ANWB will inform the public about the benefits of cooperative driving. At the Automotive Campus everyone can learn all about future mobility by means of futuristic vehicle demos and fun activities such as designing your own car, creating digital roadmaps or performing experiments on a Technobus.
The second demonstration day (Mobility Experts Day) mainly focuses on international and national mobility experts, students and press and takes place in the afternoon of Sunday May 29th, also at the Automotive Campus in Helmond. The special programme consists of a series of connected and automated driving demos, futuristic electric and solar vehicles, live GCDC demonstrations on the A270 highway and a tour around the Automotive Campus including an Automated Driving demo by TASS International
. Click for the full programme of the Mobility Experts Day
The i-GAME Congress is an international congress located at the Eindhoven University of Technology for policy makers of national, regional and local authorities, the European Commission, representatives of research institutes, car manufacturers, suppliers of the automotive industry and solution vendors. The congress focusses on presenting scientific and technological results of the i-GAME project including various related topics such as safety and legal aspects, standardization and certification challenges, effects of intelligent transport systems and trade-off perspectives, public acceptance and finally involving end-users in the development and deployment of cooperative mobility. Click for the full programme of the i-Game Congress