To safeguard future automated driving functions, simulations will be of considerable importance in the future. For this reason, the AVEAS project is pursuing the goal of recording critical situations in real traffic and making them usable in scenarios for behavioural simulations.
Initially, extensive real data on traffic behaviour will be collected in the project using car infrastructure and airborne measurement systems equipped for this purpose, taking into account all applicable data protection requirements. The collected data will then be processed in a next step and released in an automation process for the use of the partners through a database.
As part of a traffic simulation, the recorded scenarios are presented in order to virtually test automated driving functions on the one hand, and to evaluate the interactions between driving functions and other road users on the other.