Demonstration of the self-driving car in Paide Opinion Festival

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Estonian’s first self-driving vehicle, which project started one year ago from now, was demonstrated on 10th of August in Paide Opinion Festival. Discussions were about the process so far and what are the next stages, including further development on the prototype and building TUT smart city. More reading, interviews with the team and videos can […]

III stage is finished

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In the end of May the III stage of project is officially finished. Group meeting was held in 19th June together with representative from Taxify. Practical collaboration was discussed and very likely ISEAUTO will be connected to the Taxify ecosystem for demonstration purpose. III stage short video report is here: https://youtu.be/zhMOWP6N-DA

Controller software development

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Controller hardware and software development team has been in the self-driving car project from the beginning. We started with 2-3 persons in the team that has been growing to 7-persons team already. Our main objective is to develop a low level controller software, that includes taking over all main car driving signals, refine them if […]

Outdoor tests have been started

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Starting from the end of January outdoor test have been started. First tests are done with the robot platform UKU made by our students already 10 years ago. The robot UKU is now reconfigured and upgraded to meet our self-driving car project requirements. Now in February we have good opportunity to test our systems also […]

Collaboration memorandum between self-driving car project and smart traffic sign start-up company

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Recently TTÜ self-driving car project manager Raivo Sell and smart traffic sign start-up company represented by CEO Mart Suurkask agreed with memorandum of understanding. On the frame of the memorandum both parties declare the collaboration and exchange of development information to ensure self-driving car and smart traffic sign communication compatibility (V2I). As a result, first […]