High-Definition Maps: Comprehensive Survey, Challenges and Future Perspectives

Our comprehensive survey paper on High-Definition(HD) Maps has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Open Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. The paper touches on different topics in the SoA of HD maps towards scalability of CCAM. It provides a free-standing overview to the broader community of autonomous mobility. Further, the paper systematically reviews not … Continued

The UBIX Research Group is testing a novel Driver Attention Model

The UBIX research group is presently testing a novel AI model that quantifies drivers’ cognitive load in vehicles by detecting gaze direction and emotional state. Such systems are an important building block to design future human-centric SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicles where the human the still needs to take over the control in complex driving … Continued

Green Party Leaders Explore Sustainable Mobility at Luxembourg’s 360Lab

On June 21, the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Research Centre (SnT) had the distinct honour of welcoming two prominent members of the Green Party – Tilly Metz, a Member of the European Parliament, and Chantal Gary, a Member of the Luxembourg Parliament. Keenly interested in sustainable mobility, they visited the cutting-edge 360Lab, hosted by the … Continued

Poster presentation at VNC 2023

Faisal Hawlader, 3rd year PhD student, presented his poster paper entitled: “Lightweight Features Sharing for Real-Time Object Detection in Cooperative Driving” at the IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2023) in Istanbul, Turkey. Now in its 14th edition, VNC has been the primary venue for people interested in cooperative and autonomous driving, as well as vehicular … Continued

SnT Annual Report 2022

Featuring the 360Labđź’ˇ It was a record-breaking year for SnT, and we couldn’t have done it without our team of researchers and support staff. Read our success stories and learn how our researchers are working with Creos Luxembourg to find solutions on optimising the power grid ready for the energy transition, how we’re making cars safer in … Continued

Best Paper Award at WONS 2023

Congratulations to Faisal Hawlader and François Robinet for winning the best paper paper award for the paper “Vehicle-To-Infrastructure Communication for Real-Time Object Detection in Autonomous Driving” at the 18th Wireless On-demand Network Systems and Services (WONS 2023) conference! 🎉 Big thanks to the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) for sponsoring the award!

The 360Lab is now part of the UBIX Research Group!

The 360Lab is now part of a newly created Research Group on Ubiquitous and Intelligent Systems (UBIX), headed by Raphael Frank at SnT. Big thanks to the SEDAN Research Group for initiating and hosting the Laboratory for the past 5 years. The collaboration with the different affiliated Research Groups will continue as before. The new … Continued

First Autonomous Car in Luxembourgish Traffic

🚗 The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) demonstrated its autonomous car in live traffic on Kirchberg today, Thursday 3 November 2022. This represents the first time a single-family autonomous car has joined the flow of traffic in Luxembourg with members of the public as passengers. Continue reading

Interreg TERMINAL Final Event

The final event of the TERMINAL Interreg project took place Sept. 16 in the cross-border town of Creutzwald (FR). The event concludes a 4 year interregional project focusing on testing automated mobility concepts for cross-border commuters. We learned a lot and the outcome will pave the way for innovative cross-border mobility services. Thank you to … Continued

Self-driving Tests in Luxembourg City

It’s a first! Last week we finally tested our self-driving vehicle on public roads in Luxembourg City, as part of the Interreg TERMINAL project. At the same time our partner LORIA successfully tested its Mobility on Demand (MoD) application. This milestone has been reached, but there is more work ahead! 🚗🤖🦾 Thank you to all … Continued