At the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium in October 2020, a new paper on complex vehicular interactions will be presented. It results from a collaboration between Fraunhofer IKS and BMW. The annual forum brings together researchers to exchange and discuss the latest advances in theory and technology related to intelligent vehicles.

Due to the current situation, the forum takes place virtually.

In their paper »CVIP: A Protocol for Complex Interactions Among Connected Vehicles« the researchers propose CVIP, a protocol framework for complex vehicular interactions. CVIP supports explicitly negotiating manoeuvres between the involved vehicles and allows monitoring manoeuvre progress via status updates. The protocol framework enables complex inter-vehicle interactions in a flexible, efficient and robust manner.

 


Talk at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium
Bernhard Häfner, BMW
»CVIP: A Protocol for Complex Interactions Among Connected Vehicles«
October 21, 2020.
Virtual