March 25th 2021
One week after Creutzwald, it was now the turn of the German municipality of Überherrn.
The representatives of the TERMINAL project, Professor Wieker, Niclas Wolniak and Isabelle Rösler presented the progress of the project to the Überherrn municipal council and outlined the details of the upcoming practical test phase.
Many thanks to the municipality of Überherrn and especially to the mayor Mrs Yliniva-Hoffmann for this opportunity!
February 23rd 2021
Corona obliges, this year’s Monitoring Committee took place online, but it was no less successful!
Despite the current difficult situation, the TERMINAL project has managed to make substantial progress in 2020, and the INTERREG project manager, Mrs Arnould, was very pleased to congratulate the consortium.
With the acquisition of two test vehicles, an important project milestone has been reached and preparations for the operational phase are in full swing.
We will keep you informed!
12th February 2020
On the morning of 12 February 2020, the first Monitoring Committee of the TERMINAL project took place at the htw saar forum. This event was the opportunity to present the progress of the project to our funding authority INTERREG as well as to our strategic partners.
We would like to thank all our operational and strategic partners for their cooperation and look forward to the next two years with great anticipation and enthusiasm!
19th October 2019
This was the motto of the day of the open test field in Merzig.
Together with the Research Group for Traffic Telematics (FGVT) of htw saar the district town Merzig gave citizens the opportunity to experience this live. In the course of test drives, interested parties could experience at first hand how intelligent transport systems contribute to the improvement of efficiency in road traffic and road safety.
Link to the television report on Saarland Radio:
19th October 2019 – Saarländischer Rundfunk (in German)
20th October 2019 – Saarbrücker Zeitung (in German – for subscribers only)
8th August 2019
Luxembourg Trade and Invest has completed a video presenting the cross-border test field. It presents all the advantages of this unique location for researchers and companies in the field of smart mobility and 5G connectivity. One sequence is dedicated to the TERMINAL project.
The cross-border digital #TestBed for connected and automated driving connects 215 km of public roads in #Luxembourg, #Germany and #France. With #5G technology, it offers a unique opportunity to test and adapt new #mobility solutions for the European market. A real environment with several border crossings, tunnel sections, traffic density, etc.
Ideal for #startups, companies and research institutes.
Link to the video:
8th August 2019 – YouTube (in English)
29 May 2019
During one of the regular meetings UFT organized the test drive for the researchers of TERMINAL.
12th April 2019
The mobility of the future must be safe, environmentally friendly and flexible. It must also be simple, cheap and accessible to all, in order to maintain and promote the development of the cross-border labour market. Automation and intelligent transport systems play a central role in this context. All possibilities for improving the flow of cross-border workers must be considered. An interesting proposal developed within the TERMINAL project aims to set up an automated electric shuttle bus between France and Germany.
More in the text in English and French.
1st April 2019 – Saarbrücker Zeitung (in German – only for subscribers)
3rd April 2019
High notables yesterday in Schengen.
Transport ministers from Germany, France, Luxembourg and Saarland met to officially open the cross-border test field for autonomous and connected driving in the border triangle. The first transnational test field is intended to serve industry and research alike to test application scenarios and new technologies across borders on all types of roads.
Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CDU) said at the starting signal for the trinational test field: “The mobility of the future begins now – and we are right in the middle of it”.
Anke Rehlinger, Saarland’s Minister of Transport, was also present and said: “Mobility only makes sense if it works across borders. On the test field we are testing groundbreaking steps on the way to smart mobility concepts”. She also expects a lot from the innovations in autonomous driving: “The results will help us to better align the conditions in cross-border public transport with the needs of the customers”.
Further press releases:
31st March 2019 – Saarbrücker Zeitung (in German – only for subscribers)
3rd April 2019 – welt.de (in German)
3rd April 2019 – Pfälzischer Merkur (in German)
3rd April 2019 – Saarbrücker Zeitung (in German – only for subscribers)
3rd April 2019 – SOL.de (in German)
9th April 2019 – htw saar blog entry (in German)