Fields of Application

Mobility

Artificial intelligence is the key technology for mobility concepts of the future. Tomorrow's mobility will be characterized by vehicles and infrastructure with ever higher levels of automation and networking, as well as learning systems that increase traffic safety and optimize traffic flows. Context-sensitive, multimodal interfaces and intelligent sensor systems for interaction between vehicles and their occupants or with the environment, as well as communication, control and analysis systems for elementary data flows and their safety, are just as important for this.

News

Pandemie-Simulationen für Kommunen, auf wissenschaftlicher Basis: Im Forschungsprojekt AScore ist ein Pandemie-Cockpit entstanden, welches…

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1-3 October 2021: The SPELL project partners invite you to the Hackathonamring at the Nürburgring.

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Der Digitaltag wird getragen von der Initiative „Digital für alle“, einem Bündnis von mehr als 25 Organisationen aus den Bereichen Zivilgesellschaft,…

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Projects

Vision, Identification, with Z-sensing Technologies and key Applications

VIZTA project, coordinated by ST Micrelectronics, aims at developing innovative technologies in the field of optical sensors and laser sources for short to long-range 3D-imaging and to demonstrate…

AI for Mobility, Logistic and Energy

The goal of KI-mobil is the realization of an AI-supported software platform for disruptive, resource-saving and high-performance mobility concepts, which intelligently combines individual and public…

RIMA - Robotics for Infrastructure Inspection and MAintenance

Inspection and Maintenance (I&M) represents a huge economic activity (450 Bn Euro market) spanning across sectors

such as energy, transport, civil engineering. EU hosts over 50% of I&M robotics offer…

Cognitive Collaboration for Teaming

Während einer Flugreise müssen Piloten komplizierte Situationen meistern – gleichzeitig sehen sie sich aufgrund der Menge und Art der verfügbaren Informationen mit einer zunehmenden Systemkomplexität…

Smart Inclusive Multi-Modal Mobility Services

In the SIM3S project, data from the BMVI data offerings mCloud and MDM will be linked, refined and jointly analysed with other open data, user-generated content and data from individual modes of…

Generation of prior knowledge with the help of learning systems for 4D analysis of complex scenes

Motivation

Artificial intelligence currently influences many areas, including machine vision. For applications in the fields of autonomous systems, medicine and industry there are fundamental…

Robotersystem für die Dekontamination in menschenfeindlichen Umgebungen

ROBDEKON stands for "Robot systems for decontamination in hostile environments" and is dedicated to research in the field of autonomous or semi-autonomous robot systems. It is coordinated by the…

Timely Validation of Safey and Security Requirements in Autonomous Vehicles

The aim of the project is to develop techniques to elicit requirements for systems to control autonomous vehicles, and validate them in a timely fashion, such that the necessary safety and security…

Autonomous Driving: Modeling, learning and simulation environment for pedestrian behavior in critical traffic situations

REACT is considered to be a strategically important project for the ASR department; the content is also a core topic in the Autonomous Driving Competence Center (CCAD). The overall goal of REACT is a…

Transfer of Control (ToC) zwischen Autonomen Systemen und Menschen

The TRACTAT project aims to lay the foundation for a smooth and effective Transfer of Control (ToC) between autonomous systems and humans in cyber-physical environments.

Autonomous systems, like…

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz