Prospective demonstrators are requested to contact first the Demonstration Chair (email below) so as to establish a dialog that will ensure the feasibility of the demonstration. IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium values highly the integration of advanced technologies into physical demonstrators, and best vehicles: a test track has been booked for these demonstrations to happen. After this dialog, a final selection will be announced according to feasibility and value.
Teams are invited to fill and submit the demonstration interest form by March, 27th 2019.
This description should give the aim of the demonstration, the features to be demonstrated and environment requested for the demonstration (e.g. the type of the road).
Autonomous Driving of Shuttles with Several Modalities and in Challenging Conditions.
Autonomous roundabout crossing
Urban Track – Eastern Loop
Object Classification and high precision Localization based on CNNs and Data Fusion
Perception and Planning in Presence of Vulnerable Road Users
Urban Track – Northern Part
Tolling system using the ITS-G5 technology
Interaction of Self-Driving Vehicle with Pedestrian.
ADAS functions currently marketed (ACC, LCA, AEB)
Urban Track – Western Loop
•INRIA – Grenoble
The CMCDOT framework, and its applications, for autonomous car data fusion, perception and navigation.
•Centre for Automation and Robotics (UPM-CSIC)
Navigation and decision-making for medium and high speeds
High Speed Track
The European project AutoMate aims at enhancing safety by using the strength of both the automation and human driver in a dynamic situation dependent way.
Valeo Drive4U® Urban Pilot
•Ecole Centrale NANTES
Autonomous navigation and parking maneuvers with a Renault ZOE
For more details, please check the summary of demonstrations sheet below and don’t forget to register.
Jan 15, 2019
Call for demonstration
Mar 27, 2019
Apr 30, 2019
Jun 12, 2019
Companies, Universities and Research Institutes are invited to demonstrate scientific or technological achievements in vehicles (or at least in some physical system) that fall into the area of intelligent vehicles. The topics of interest for the demonstrations include but are not limited to the following:
- Advanced driver assistance systems
- Automated vehicles
- Connected and cooperative vehicles
- Driving simulation for ADAS and cooperative systems
Prof. Arnaud de La Fortelle
MINES ParisTech, France
Prof. Féthi Ben Ouezdou
Ms. Marie Cousin
Dr. Mohamed-Chérif Rahal
Dr. Jean-Bernard Kovarik
Dr. Olivier Orfila
IV’19 will benefit of the test tracks located very near Paris, in Versailles.
The test tracks are composed of 4 main parts for different use-cases: there is an Extra urban track, a rural track, a high-speed track and urban one (see below, in color).
Address: 2 Allée des Marronniers, 78000 Versailles
GPS location : 48.784721, 2.0999368
IV’19 organizes support for Demonstrations. Among them:
- Parking and surveillance:
There are guarded parking on the test tracks. 2 visitors parking areas and one for demonstrators.
- Electric vehicles:
There is a possibility of electric vehicles charging. Two fast charging stations are offered to participants.
- Thermic vehicles:
For thermic vehicles there are more than 12 refueling stations around the test tracks at less than 5 km.
More support could be discussed directly with the Demonstration Committee at email@example.com
Test Tracks Videos
Forest Track Interior
Forest Track Exterior