Scoomatic: Simulation and Validation of a Semi-Autonomous Individual Last-Mile Vehicle

Luttkus, Lennart; Krönes, Peter; Mikelsons, Lars GND

Micro-mobility concepts are becoming more popular recently. The boom of start-ups offering e-scooters in cities also discloses the disadvantages of the currently deployed vehicles. We try to encounter some of these problems by building an autonomous vehicle. Since the safety of such vehicles is generally a big concern, we are planning to use model-based test methods and virtual validation. As the first step towards such a vehicle, we built a demostrator and its digital twin. With the objective to virtually validate the autonomous driving, the digital twin is brought to CARLA. At the same time, we made the first steps towards a driving simulator for micro-mobility vehicles, to be able to test driving comfort for user and driver assistance systems. Therefore a platform is being developed that can replicate the operating concept of our current prototype.

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