AUTOPILOT Deliverables

Welcome to the AUTOPILOT Deliverables section!

Below is a list of deliverables per Work Package you can consult anytime. The list will be updated throughout the project implementation.

All the published deliverables included in this section have been approved by the European Commission.

WP1 - Requirements, specifications & architecture

This deliverable specifies the IoT enabled automated driving scenarios scenarios where the potential of Internet of Things can be
assessed for enhancement and enabling of Automated Driving functions. (Initial release)

This document presents the final specification of use cases aimed to assess the potential of Internet of Things for enhancement and enabling of Automated Driving.

Specification of the Open IoT vehicle platform, including the definition of the format to be used for exchanging data
between the in-vehicle proprietary network and the IoT platform components embedded into the vehicle itself. (Initial
release)

This document reports the final vehicle IoT platform, as defined and demonstratedin the AUTOPILOT EU project.

Specification of requirements concerning communication means and in particular the capabilities necessary for IoT
and AD use cases. (Initial release)

This document presents the specification of requirements concerning communication means and
the capabilities necessary for IoT and AD use case (final release).

Specification of security and privacy requirements which impact on identified use cases, having as a reference the
specified architecture and selected communications technologies. (Initial release)

This document analyses the effect of riskidentificationrelated to the AUTOPILOTopen IoT platform for autonomous driving.

WP2 - Development, integration & verification

Results of the integration of an “Open” IOT platform component to allow vehicles to access and use IoT devices and
capabilities, thus enabling AD functions enhancement.

Results of the autonomous driving functions adaptation to enable the project use cases.

This deliverable documents the implementation of the IoT platform.

Results from the development of mobile IoT objects and IoT infrastructure and their integration into the IoT
ecosystem (other IoT devices, vehicle IoT platform and Open IoT platform).

This document describes the final status of the implementation of the open IoT platform for autonomous driving of the AUTOPILOT project.

WP3 - Large scale pilots

This document presents the draft specifications and pilot plans of the AUTOPILOT test sites.

Actions required for setting up the pilot sites, from the beginning of the project, until they became fully operational, including updates based on outcome from pilot site adaptation.

Results from validation of pilot sites adaptations and readiness to start execution phase.

This deliverable describes data collection and integration methodology together with a summary of the state of the art on
tools needed for data acquisition, transmission, database structure, quality assurance, data storage.

Recommendations to test data management.

WP4 - Evaluation

Common methodology for evaluation, integrating methodologies for each of the evaluation tasks. The
methodology has been enhanced from practical experience and recommendations have been provided.

This document presents the methodology used to evaluate the IoT technologies applied to the autonomous vehicles in the different Pilot Sites. D4.2 defines the technical research questions, hypotheses, key performance indicators (KPI) and measurements to evaluate the Use Cases and Services implemented at the Pilot Sites.

This document presents the technical result sof evaluating the IoT technologies applied to the autonomous vehicles in the different Pilot Sites.

  • D4.6 Quality of life Impact Assessment

This document will be available soon

Analysis of user requirements, concerns and expectations with view to ensure their acceptance and trust, supported by a survey in
several countries on motivation, perceived usefulness, ease-of-use of autonomous technologies and
willingness to pay.

This report introduces thesurvey designand summarises the results of the user evaluation.

Legal issues relating to the use of IoT technologies for enabling or improving autonomous driving in a connected
environment.

This document presents the legal perspectives and the methodology for evaluating legal issues –such as security and privacy aspects, liability issues, concerns and expectations –relating to AUTOPILOT’s use of IoT technologies for advancing AD in a connected environment.

WP5 - Communication, Dissemination, & Exploitation

The AUTOPILOT Dissemination Plan aims to identify and organise the activities to promote the project’s results and to reach and engage with the widest audience possible.

This document presents a description of AUTOPILOT’s project identifiers and website. 

KPIs for design, testing, validation and impact assessment of autonomous vehicles and IoT pilots.

This document presents a comprehensive autonomous vehicles and IoT policy framework including trust, security, privacy and stakeholders engagement.

This report provides the main applicable standards in the IoT and ITS domain to take into account in the architectural and design choices in order to make credible, interoperable and future-proof decisions.

This document reports the activities carried out to contribute to standardisation of IoT in the context of Mobility and automated driving as well as the project activities relating to IoT platform interoperability testing, i.e. TESTFEST.

WP6 - Coordination

This document identifiesand describesall data that will be collected and generated during the AUTOPILOT projectand definethe data management principles that shall be followed by the Consortium.

This document presents the second version of the data management plan. It identifies and describes all data that will be collected and generated during the AUTOPILOT project and defines the data management principles that shall be followed by the Consortium. This includes the elicitation of the different data categories, how data will be created, stored and backed-up, who owns it and who is responsible for the different data, which data will be preserved and shared. This version takes into account the progress of the work done in WP2, WP3 and WP4.

  • D6.10 – Final revision of the data management plan

This document will be available soon