The SAVeNoW research project explores the construction and operation of a digital twin for urban traffic, using Ingolstadt as an example. In virtual simulations, we examine, for example, individual traffic situations, individual traffic behavior or completely new mobility concepts and check how changes affect important key figures in traffic: safety, emissions and efficiency.
The goal of SAVeNoW is to develop a tool for testing and validating automated and connected mobility.
Further information on Simulation and Impact Analysis of Measures (SWM)
As part of the SAVeNoW research project, count values of motor vehicles from the entire Ingolstadt city area, live traffic data at an intersection and high-resolution weather data have now been made publicly available. The data can be explored via a map application and a dashboard. A detailed documentation highlights the technical and content background. In addition, we will present the web applications at the Tag der Mobilitaet of the THI on 04.10.2023 at the SAVeNoW booth. Feel free to drop by!
A place for dialogues, discussions and experiences. Our exhibition in the Science Gallery comes to an end after almost 5 months and we are happy to have welcomed more than 1000 visitors.
tvingolstadt reports on DLR’s BoBBi research bicycle, which was on the road for the SAVeNoW research project from June 27 to 29 at the Ringler-/Hindenburgstraße intersection in Ingolstadt. Click here for the report
On 19.04.2023 the exhibition SAVeNoW was officially opened in the Science Gallery. From now on, interested citizens can find information about traffic and mobility of “the day after tomorrow” at Ludwigstraße 39 in Ingolstadt’s city center.