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Validation And Verification Of (Traditional And Artificial Intelligence Based) Sensors / Components for Automated Driving, with the involvement of ZalaZONE Proving Ground

Validation And Verification Of (Traditional And Artificial Intelligence Based) Sensors / Components for Automated Driving, with the involvement of ZalaZONE Proving Ground

Subsidized by the NKFI Fund, Robert Robert Bosch Kft. and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics performs a joint Research & Development
*Start of the project, code 2019-1.1.1-PIACI-KFI-2019-00129*

The consortium lead is Bosch Engineering Center Budapest, Bosch’s largest R&D location in Europe after Germany. The Consortium Partner: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, is one of the lead research university owning a significant international ranking, in education and science. Through the delivery of the subsidy project, the Consortium would like to develop its existing testing-automation framework, as well as improve the efficiency of the system level and vehicle tests via Validation and Verification.
The target of the joint research-development project is to further improve the verification and validation concepts of the Generation three front cameras and Generation five radars, including the durability, stability and robustness measurements.
For this, the expansion of the ISTQB grounded, Keyword based systems and applied Hardware-in-the-Loop
simulation strategy based test environment are required during the project.

An expected result of the development process is, the further improvement of the testing of the driving-assistance systems.

This just started research-development has a significant social and economical impact as well, and strengthens the position of Hungary within the automotive industry.

Project code: 2019-1.1.1-PIACI-KFI-2019-00129
Project title: Validation And Verification Of (Traditional And Artificial Intelligence Based) Sensors / Components for Automated Driving, with the involvement of ZalaZONE Proving Ground
Consortium Leader: Robert Bosch Kft.
Consortium Member: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Project accountable grand total: HUF 1.665.140.333 (Consortium Level)
Amount of State Aid: HUF 993.535.028 (Consortium Level)
Start of implementation: May 1, 2020
Completion deadline: April 30, 2023

Tags: Bosch, NKFI, ZalaZONE

Domokos Dóra
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