AIT

Austrian Institute of Technology

  • Project Coordinator
  • Research Partner
  • Lead Work Package 0 (Project Coordination)
  • Lead Work Package 1 (Modelling Techniques and Tools)
  • Lead Work Package 4 (Tool Integration and Development Process Design)
AIT

The AIT Austrian Institute of Technology takes a leading position in the Austrian innovation system and a key role in Europe as the RTO focusing on the key infrastructure topics of the future.
AIT provides research and technological development to realize basic innovations for the next generation of infrastructure related technologies in the fields of health & environment, enery, mobility and safety & security. These technological research areas are supplemented by the competence in foresight & policy development.

As a national and international network node at the interface of science and industry AIT enables innovation through its scientific-technological expertise, market experience, tight customer relationships and high quality research infrastructure.

TRUFAL fits into AIT’s research area “Highly Reliable Software and Systems”. This research area is focusing on the development of new software standards as well as new methods, tools or process approaches for verification and validation of highly reliable and safe software and systems in the fields of autonomous systems (e.g. robotics, automotive, special-purpose machines, etc.) and cooperative systems with special focus on the traffic infrastructure.

The core competences of the area are design, development, integration, and verification & validation (v&v) of dependable and reliable systems. The main ambition is, to make autonomous and cooperative systems safe, supporting the vision of antidromic convergence of autonomy and cooperation within intelligent systems.

Involved persons:

  • Rupert Schlick
  • Wolfgang Herzner

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