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Bosch and Daimler received permission for a technology Park without the driver

ITRate.ru: retail and distribution 24.07.2019 at 16:22

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, Bosch and Daimler have conquered an important milestone on the way to Autonomous driving: the two companies received permission from the relevant authorities of Baden-württemberg jointly developed the automated system presented in the Parking lot of the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart. Access to the system is via a mobile app and does not require the presence of a driver in the car. This fully automated technology is the world's first Parking function of the SAE Level 41, not involving the driver, it is officially approved for everyday use.

"the decision of the authorities, proves that the innovation of automated car Parking system, it is possible in Germany", says Dr. Markus Hein, member of the management Board of Robert Bosch GmbH. "Autonomous driving and Parking – important components of mobility in the future. Automated car Parking system demonstrates the progress we have achieved on this path of development."

"the Approval of the authorities of Baden-württemberg can be an example for the subsequent coordination of Parking services around the world," says Dr. Michael Hafner, head of Department of automotive technologies and automated management at Daimler. "As a pioneer in Autonomous driving, our project is paving the way to mass production systems automated Parking in the future."

at the outset the security of the automated Parking system was the main priority for Bosch and Daimler. Because at that time still had not received official permission for the function of Autonomous driving without the driver, local authorities, the regional administrative authority of Stuttgart and the state Ministry of transport Baden-württemberg – from the beginning, watched the progress of the project together with experts of the German certification body TUV Rheinland. Their goal was to assess the safety technologies for the automated and garage Parking.

the result was a comprehensive safety concept with appropriate test criteria and approval that can be applied beyond the pilot project. In the concept the developers have determined that the Autonomous vehicle detects pedestrians and other cars on your way and guaranteed stops when it meets an obstacle. They have established secure communication between all components of the system and took measures to ensure the unconditional activation of the Parking maneuver.

to Call in the garage, leave the car and one touch of the smartphone screen to send the car on the Parking – automated car Parking system needs no driver. As soon as the driver leaves the Park and goes about his business, the car moves to the designated place and parked their own. Likewise later, the car returns to the point of landing. This process is based on the interaction between the intelligent Parking infrastructure supplied by Bosch and automotive technology Mercedes-Benz. The Bosch sensors installed in the garage, control corridor vehicle and its surroundings, providing all you need for driving a vehicle information. The technology in the car translates the infrastructure in maneuvers. Thus, the vehicle can move up and down between Parking levels. If the infrastructure sensors detect an obstacle, the vehicle immediately stops.

, Bosch and Daimler began developing a fully automated Parking without a driver in 2015, and in the summer of 2017 the pilot has reached an important stage in the Parking lot of the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart: the first automated car Parking was presented to the public in the real world. After the premiere was followed by a period of intense testing and launch. Starting in 2018, visitors to the Museum could live to meet service Autonomous Parking accompanied by trained staff and to share their experiences. One of the aspects of the pilot project included testing a lighting concept vehicles. Turquoise lighting indicates that the vehicle is in Autonomous driving mode, and informs other road users that the vehicle is moving without control by the driver. The results of these tests are reflected in the recently published SAE 3134. Approval from the authorities is another important milestone for Bosch and Daimler were soon to stakeholders on a regular basis to test innovative service of automated Parking garage at the Mercedes-Benz Museum without extra supervision on the part of the person behind the wheel.