Virtual Vehicle

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14.11.2016

SemI40 strengthens Europe's economy through the "Learning Factory"

VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center is research partner in the research project SemI40, in which 37 partners from five...


19.10.2016

Ph.D. student receives Hans List Fund

Supporting master and Ph.D. theses is one of the main objectives of the VIRTUAL VEHICLE. It is particularly...


[Translate to English:] OPTEMUS General Assembly Meeting in Graz, 12. – 13. September 2016
10.10.2016

Electromobility: Intelligent energy management for increased range

How to significantly increase the range of electric vehicles and what role optimised energy management will play...


Automated Driving
03.10.2016

Available now: New book on Automated Driving

Automated driving from the viewpoint of academia and from industrial perspective: A new book, edited by Daniel...


14.09.2016

Science2Society: Boosting innovation efficiency across Europe

How can collaboration between universities, research institutions, industrial companies and the society bring the...


06.07.2016

Bitte um Ihre Stimme: ICOS beim FAST FORWARD AWARD 2016

Ein Fahrzeug besteht aus rund 30.000 Einzelteilen. Bei der Neuentwicklung eines Autos arbeiten Experten an der...


Microphone Array – ISNVH 2016
01.07.2016

Sound of Silence: Internationales Treffen zum 9. ISNVH-Kongress in Graz

The challenges for the vehicle of the future are highly complex: 230 international experts from 24 countries and...


09.06.2016

Continuous overall vehicle development by means of sw/hw integration

Together with its partners AVL, Porsche and IVD the VIRTUAL VEHICLE is researching new methods of continuous...


01.07.2016

Smart Mobility: Main topic of the "9th Graz Symposium Virtual Vehicle"

From 23.-25 May 2016, the “Graz Symposium Virtual Vehicle” already took place for the ninth time. The main topic...


Smart Mobility from Graz: Connected and automated driving with a green heart, 23. May 2016  -  The development in the automotive industry is taking big steps towards connection and automation: the car should bring us safely, relaxed and efficiently to our destination.  At the press conference VIRTUAL VEHICLE presented a number of innovative technologies, such as a "virtual driving licence" for an automated chauffeur or a guaranteed green light wave.  On occasion of the annual press conference of the research center, CEO Dr. Jost Bernasch introduced the VIRTUAL VEHICLE vehicle demonstrator for automated driving. From left to right: Univ.-Prof. Harald Kainz (Rector, TU Graz), Dr. Jost Bernasch (CEO, VIRTUAL VEHICLE), Prof. Dr. Hermann Steffan (Scientific Director, VIRTUAL VEHICLE), Dr. Christian Buchmann (Styrian regional minister for Economy, Tourism, Europe & Culture), DI Stefan Rohringer (Director Development Center Graz, Infineon Technologies AG).
07.06.2016

Smart Mobility from Graz: Connected and automated driving with a green heart

The development in the automotive industry is taking big steps towards connection and automation: the car should...


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