Project

Telematics system against Geisterfahrer using GNSS and digital maps

Intelligent technical solution for increasing traffic safety

Projekt "Ghosthunter"

Project "Ghosthunter"
Start: October 2015

Project partners:

Institute for Space Technology and Space Use (ISTA) of the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich and Institute of Engineering Geodesy (IIGS) of the University of Stuttgart are researching a ghost driver warning system

Aims:

Institute for Space Technology and Space Use (ISTA) of the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich and Institute of Engineering Geodesy (IIGS) of the University of Stuttgart are researching a ghost driver warning system.

In this project, the ISTA will develop a robust (D) GNSS-based algorithm for accurate vehicle trajectory detection and a ghost driver detection algorithm.

To prevent accidental ghost rides, various measures, e.g. the establishment of signs on motorways, implemented in Germany and also in some other countries. In recent years, technical solutions of the ghost driver problem are preferably researched, so that the considerable labor and cost in the transport infrastructure can be saved. As part of the DLR-funded project Ghosthunter, a GNSS-based ghost driver warning system with selected research methodology is being developed by engineering scientists from the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich and the University of Stuttgart.

Contact:

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Dr.-Ing.

Martin Metzner

Deputy Director

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