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  Continental Achieves Highly-Automated Driving Using Production-Ready Technologies
  A Truck that Keeps Track in Congestion
  Driving without a Driver – Volkswagen presents the “Temporary Auto Pilot”
  Predicting the Future for Advanced Energy Management
  Electrical Brake System Increases Traffic Safety and Handling of Trucks
  Assistance and Automation Levels Enhance Future Driving Safety, Efficiency and Comfort
  Continental Achieves Highly-Automated Driving Using Production-Ready Technologies
  Highly Automated Driving Taking Shape
  2010 Annual EUCAR Conference: Volkswagen Group Research gives presentation of EU Commission HAVEit research project
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Driving at the Press of a Button
At the HAVEit Final Event, 17 partners from the European automotive industry and scientific community are set to demonstrate the highly automated future of driving. The EU funded project aimed at increasing driving safety and boosting the European automot

Continental Achieves Highly-Automated Driving Using Production-Ready Technologies
Continental's Architecture Migration Demonstrator shows how a vehicle automation system with basic functions can be developed using the technologies available today. The system could soon be developed further into series production.

A Truck that Keeps Track in Congestion
Volvo’s prototype Automated Queue Assistance (AQuA) supports truck drivers in traffic congestion through numerous sensors that monitor the surroundings and take decisions autonomously.

Driving without a Driver – Volkswagen presents the “Temporary Auto Pilot”
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Leohold: “An important milestone on the path towards fully automatic and accident-free driving.”

Predicting the Future for Advanced Energy Management
A new generation of buses predicts the immediate future in order to better take advantage of their hybrid motor – Active Green Driving.

Electrical Brake System Increases Traffic Safety and Handling of Trucks
A new brake-by-wire-system shortens braking distance by 15 percent.

Assistance and Automation Levels Enhance Future Driving Safety, Efficiency and Comfort
Together with a European consortium of researchers, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt – DLR) demonstrates how various driving tasks can be carried out in certain situations through a dynamic division of tasks betw

Continental Achieves Highly-Automated Driving Using Production-Ready Technologies
Continental's Architecture Migration Demonstrator shows how a vehicle automation system with basic functions can be developed using the technologies available today. The system could soon be developed further into series production.

Highly Automated Driving Taking Shape
EU funded project HAVEit is set to make vehicles safer, more environmentally- friendly and efficient by enhancing their level of automation. After more than three years of research work on intelligent driver assistance systems, seven vehicles demonstratin

2010 Annual EUCAR Conference: Volkswagen Group Research gives presentation of EU Commission HAVEit research project
Wolfsburg / Brussels, 2010-11-08 Prof. Juergen Leohold, Head of Volkswagen Group Research and a member of the EUCAR Council, today presented Volkswagen’s HAVEit research vehicle to the EU Commissioner for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes.

 
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