The constantly growing demand for mobility poses new challenges for inner-city transport infrastructures. At the same time, a more flexible connection of rural areas by means of local public transport (ÖPNV) is aimed at in order to meet the increased demand by commuters.
The goal of the ViVre project is to design concepts for the interaction of virtualised traffic infrastructures and automated driving functions. It will provide a set of validated and tested components which facilitate the introduction of innovative and sustainable mobility solutions in urban and rural areas. In particular, concepts for virtual stops and the efficient use of automated city shuttles will be developed, implemented in road traffic, and evaluated.