News & Events

[Translate to Englisch:]

Sister projects of the KI Familie at joint BMWi and VDA event

The digital transformation is fundamentally changing the automotive industry. In the global race for the lead in the mobility of tomorrow, competition has become greater and more diverse, thanks to the big data companies. How can Germany secure its industrial leadership in this competitive environment? How have the companies positioned themselves for the transition? read more

VVM at the 4. German-Japanese Expert Workshop

VVM coordinator Mark Schiementz (BMW) will represent the project and the PEGASUS project family at the fourth bilateral expert workshop on German-Japanese research cooperation in automated and networked driving taking place on 25 November 2020. read more

PEGASUS EXPERT WORKSHOP #7 “Automated Driving – Building a robust Safety Case”

The 7. Pegasus Expert Workshop on “Automated Driving – Building a robust Safety Case” takes place as a virtual online event on September 23. read more

VVM project and next development steps for safety validation will be presented on EUCAD Webinar

"What is the current status and what challenges exist in the safety validation of automation technology?” is the topic of the second webinar of the EUCAD2020 that will take place on September 08, 2020. read more

VVM will be presented at the Automated Vehicle Symposium 2020 (AVS)

VVM coordinator Roland Galbas (Bosch) will present the VVM project at the online Automated Vehicle Symposium 2020 (AVS) as part of the session "Safety Assurance of Automated Driving". read more

VVM experts participate in European Workshop on testing methodologies

The European research project HEADSTART (Harmonised European Solutions for Testing Automated Road Transport) has organized a virtual expert workshop on testing methodologies on May 8, 2020. read more

Pegasus Family and VVM meet with NHTSA

Representatives of the Pegasus Family and VVM will meet and exchange views with representatives of the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on the possibilities of coordinating national standardization initiatives in the future. read more

Pegasus Family meets METI

Coordinators Roland Galbas (Bosch) and Mark Schiementz (BMW) will represent VVM in a strategic meeting on February 20, 2020 in Braunschweig between members of the Pegasus Family and the Japanese Ministry of Education, Trade and Industry (METI). read more

Kick-Off Meeting

The research project VVM – Verification and Validation Methods for Automated Vehicles Level 4 and 5 – has officially started its work on 11 and 12 July 2019 with a kick-off event in Renningen. read more