| Carl Friedrich Gauß Faculty | Department of Computer Science

Successful interim presentation of the EU-funded V-Charge project
Driverless parking for tomorrow's vehicles
Collaborative development of automated parking and charging for electric vehicles

The V-Charge project partners reached an important milestone on April 2, 2014, by presenting the latest version of their fully automated driving and parking function in the Bosch parking garage at Stuttgart airport. They success fully demonstrated fully automated valet parking triggered from a smartphone app. After receiving the trigger, the vehicle connects to the parking garage's server, determines the location of a vacant parking space, and then drives itself to that space. If another vehicle crosses its path, the vehicle either stops to let it pass or maneuvers to avoid it.
For further information see, e.g., News page of V-Charge , press release in English , in German, or in Italian and videos in English or in German

last changed 2014-04-10, 12:05 by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolf