Both studies can be transferred to other means of transportation. The expected growth of the transport sector requires the optimum use of scarce and limited resources, such as the "traffic routes" (airspace, shipping routes, urban transport networks, highways...), taking into account global factors such as reduction of CO2 emissions, minimising energy consumption, noise reduction and improving safety. Future mobility concepts require the development of "system of system" (SoS) where heterogeneous classes of subsystems are linked to sector specific systems which then have to work together. Europe and especially Germany are leading in the development of complex systems, but how can Germany maintain its position as a technology leader and secure future economic growth? The innovations required to solve these issues are, to 80%, based on new information and communications technologies.
Since it was founded, the R&D Division Transportation has achieved recognised expertise by working together closely with industry in the transportation sector. The aim is to contribute to the development of dependable, co-operative and assistive systems for future mobility concepts. This leads to increased demands regarding safety, security and dependability of these systems as well as also their ability to intuitively and efficiently interact and cooperate with humans. The characteristics of these systems are principally realised via networked embedded systems (so-called ‘cyber physical systems’) consisting of sensors, electronics and software. In order to ensure this, the R&D Division Transportation has been working on all levels of design of these systems focussing on the development of methods, tools and technology to support industry in this sector.
We have classified our concrete applications of the division Transportation's ICT-Research and -Development in the following R&D-Groups:
Viviane Herdel, Bertram Wortelen, Mathias Lanezki, Andreas Lüdtke; Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction; 19-24 July / 2020
Kim Grüttner and Philipp A. Hartmann and Tiemo Fandrey and Kai Hylla and Daniel Lorenz and Stefan Hauck-Stattelmann and Björn Sander and Oliver Bringmann and Wolfgang Nebel and Wolfgang Rosenstiel; International Journal of Parallel Programming; 2020
Daniel Lünemann and Maher Fakih and Kim Grüttner; Methoden und Beschreibungssprachen zur Modellierung und Verifikation von Schaltungen und Systemen (MBMV) 2020; 2020
Bertram Wortelen, Viviane Herdel, Oliver Pfeiffer, Marie-Christin Harre, Marcel Saager, Mathias Lanezki; Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Extended Abstracts); 19-24 July / 2020
Razi Seyyedi, Sören Schreiner, Maher Fakih, Kim Grüttner and Wolfgang Nebel; Microprocessors and Microsystems; 2020
Irune Yarza and Mikel Azkarate-Askatsua and Peio Onaindia and Philipp Ittershagen and Kim Grüttner and Wolfgang Nebel; 12th Workshop on Rapid Simulation and Performance Evaluation: Methods and Tools (RAPIDO) at HIPEAC’20; 2020
Ralf Stemmer and Hai-Dang Vuy and Kim Grüttner and Sebastien Le Nours and Wolfgang Nebel and Sebastien Pillement; In Proceedings of Embedded Real Time Software and Systems Conference (ERTS 2020); 2020
Duc Do Tran, Kim Grüttner, Jörg Walter and Frank Oppenheimer; 3rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems ; 06 / 2020
Duncan Graham and Larry Lapides and Sören Schreiner and Kim Grüttner; Proc. of the Embedded World Conference; 2020
Friederike Bruns, Wolfgang Nebel, Jörg Walter and Kim Grüttner; 16th IEEE International Conference on Factory Communication Systems; 04 / 2020