The laboratory also conducts studies in the field of road traffic automation.
A strategic partner of the laboratory concerning the studies is BME ITS Non-profit Plc (founded by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics).
– Participation in the study “Evaluate and test physical map data formats – capability of the formats in self-driving” for Mobility Platform (Hungary)
– Study for the Ministry of Innovation and Technology: “Analysis of different speed limit measures in Budapest using Vissim microscopic traffic simulation”
Participation in the study research for KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non-profit Ltd.: Hungary’s ITS/C-ITS Strategy.
Support for a Budapest Közút Zrt. (Budapest Road Authority): participation in the Management Committee of CROCODILE 2.0_HU Project.
Support for the National Infrastructure Developing Plc. (road traffic and railway traffic controller analysis at a level crossing).
Participation in conducting a feasibility study for the national weigh-in-motion system (enforcement and monitoring).
Support for the Magyar Közút Nonporift Zrt. (Hungarian Public Roads) in the development projects concerning the Hungarian road traffic control system and traffic controllers.
– Study for the Hungarian Public Roads: Modernization possibilities of the Hungarian road traffic control system.
– Study for Siemens ITS Hungary: Improved application possibilities of Siemens TASS in the traffic control system of Budapest.
– Participation in the Development Project of Intermodal Station and Public Transport in the city of Kecskemét: Study of traffic control developments possibilities in the city of Kecskemét.
– Study for the Traffic Control Center of Budapest: Traffic controllers of Budapest.
The central court of Budapest ordered the colleagues of the lab as traffic automation expert in the case of a traffic accident (case nr. 172-1084/2004).
The labor court of county Pest ordered the colleagues of the lab as traffic automation expert for the completion of a former informatics expert report (case nr. 3.M.1712/2006).