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Pérez, Juan José ; Pillado, Marcos ; Carbonell, Abel ;


Cooperative and automated driving vehicles bring more complexity to the traditional development, test and validation procedures based on the V-Model where the vehicle is considered a complete system. Vehicle communication capabilities and its interaction with other road users introduce new requirements which need to be taken into account from the design stages. This paper presents the Connected Vehicle Lab at IDIADA, a comprehensive environment for the design and validation of connected and automated driving technologies. Built on top of the state-of-the-art proving grounds, a C-ITS network built upon ETSI ITS G5 compliant roadside units and a dedicated cellular network deployed with the latest technologies where the parameterization can be customized on demand, allows the recreation of any real-life driving situation in a fully controlled scenario, while ensuring all the safety, security and confidentiality requirements are met. This facility is meant to support the automotive stakeholders through the whole vehicle development cycle.


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DOI: 10.5151/simea2018-PAP55

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Pérez, Juan José; Pillado, Marcos; Carbonell, Abel; "CONNECTIVITY SERVICES FOR AUTOMOTIVE MOBILITY APPLICATIONS", p. 361-369 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/simea2018-PAP55

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