As part of the Pole Position project, the self-driving shuttle on the EUREF campus will be expanded with a high-power inductive energy collector and upgraded for fully automated recharging. This is being done in conjunction with on-demand operation. For the first time, two key technologies of future mobility, automated inductive charging and on-demand use, are being combined, intensively tested, and demonstrated to a broad audience which can come along for the ride.
Parallel to the advancement of the technical components, another main focus of the project is to prepare the self-driving shuttle for potential use on public highways in Berlin. This process is aimed in two directions: On the one hand, to find a suitable deployment route in a timely manner and, on the other hand, to answer any unanswered questions regarding the approval of a shuttle, using the second-generation EZ 10 from Easymile as the test vehicle.
05/2016 - 04/2019
Funded through the federal program "ICT for Electric Mobility" by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy and Digital Infrastructure
Das Vorhaben wird finanziell durch die SenWEB unterstützt. Die Projektleitung hat das InnoZ inne, weitere Projektpartner sind:
Gefördert im Bundesprogramm IKT für Elektromobilität durch das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft, Energie und digitale Infrastruktur