GCDC 2016 looks back on a successful event

Enthusiastic crowd at demonstrations of self-driving cars in Helmond


Automated and Cooperative driving

Road traffic continues to face significant challenges regarding congestion, traffic safety and emissions. The combination of vehicle automation (making it self-driving) and vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication may provide a solution to some of these issues. To enable these improvements, vehicle-to-vehicle cooperation is only possible if we can agree on what we want to communicate with each other and when we do it. That is precisely the aim of the i-GAME: to prove a basis for cooperative automated driving in an international context.

In addition i-GAME supports a multi-vendor approach where vehicles from different manufacturers can cooperate based on a minimum set of common rules such as safety regulations and communication protocols.