The applied research team of b-plus is concerned with advanced technology development and continuously involved in joint research projects. The focus is on technologies advancing highly automated, fully automated and autonomous driving. Therefore, b-plus makes a major contribution to the development of new technologies for the vehicle of tomorrow.
Among other things, the main topics are:
Project partners: AVL, Carl Zeiss, ProtectEM, Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT), TU Munich, University of Bremen
The core idea of the SKINET project is to use AI methods and functions to continuously increase the quality of anomaly detection and suitable response, and to improve security and availability in case of an incident.
Supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.
Project partners: Infineon Technologies AG, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, samoconsult GmbH, RWTH Aachen, University of Lübeck
Aim: Cloud-independent, real-time embedded AI vehicle dynamics system that extends the classic control of the actuators in the vehicle with the advantages of AI. Future autonomous driving and assistance systems will be based on this fundamental functionality, which is deliberately open to OEMs.
Project partner: Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT)
The INSTATE project uses intelligent edge devices to generate metadata in the vehicle. These are connected to a vehicle's sensors. The metadata generated can be used by a Big Data platform to understand the current scenario. In addition, data, including metadata, is only recorded as required.
Supported by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.
Project partners: Gemeinde Spiegelau, THD, DB Regio AG, IQ MEDWORKS GmbH, rBITech GmbH, Elektra Solar GmbH, 3D Reality Maps GmbH, Spekter GmbH
The project "5G in the National Park Region" deals with the application of 5G for various deployment scenarios in the agricultural and at the same time very forested low mountain region around the Bavarian Forest National Park with communities characterised by tourism. The project concept provides for the use of a 5G infrastructure - consisting of mobile and flying 5G relay stations as well as campus networks applications in the four fields of action tourism (mobility and transport), agriculture, forestry, rescue services and smart municipal infrastructures.
Project partners: AVL, Easycore , Fraunhofer SIT, HWR Berlin, Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT), TU Munich
Associated partners: Infineon, ZF
Project partners: BMW group Dingolfing, Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT)