Start of the project 5G MOBIS for the detection of traffic flows in Hallein and Salzburg

Today the common kickoff of the project 5G MOBIS took place! Based on an initiative of the federal state Salzburg and the Innovation Service Salzburg (ITG), the project is developing solutions for the anonymous, provider-side detection and precition of traffic flows using 5G technologies. The aim is to achieve such temporal and spatial accuracies that the resulting data can be used for novel approaches of adaptive traffic control, active traffic mangement, and for cooperative mobility, as well as for innovative and novel forms of traffic and spatial planning. This is ultimately intended to provide a further, fundamental building block for the continuous improvement and solution of the traffic problems in Salzburg, starting from the model region Hallein/Salzburg.

ANDATA is pleased to have won the trust for this innovative reference project in Salzburg together with Invenium and A1 under the lead of the iSPACE of Research Studios Austria!

Digitrans and ANDATA are Starting a Cooperation for the Development of New Solutions to Validate Automated Driving Functions

The managing directors of Digitrans (middle) and ANDATA with the signed cooperation agreement.

Digitrans is the neutral and manufacturer-independent test field for automated, connected driving in Austria with a focus on freight transport and logistics.

ANDATA has been involved in simulation and data-based development and validation of vehicle safety systems, automated driving functions and traffic automation for more than 16 years.

In any case, the development and validation of cooperative, connected, automated driving functions (CCAD) requires a neat combination of suitable simulation methods with data and measurements from real-world operation in corresponding test fields.

Digitrans and ANDATA are now starting a cooperation to combine the respective possibilities, competencies, infrastructures and products. In particular, certain, new and innovative solutions will be developed together to make the introduction of automated and driverless transport systems significantly safer, more effective and more efficient.

Successful completion of EVE, the project for the prioritization of emergency vehicles using C-ITS

Today on March, 31st the project EVE was successfully completed under the leadership of the AIT together with all project partners. The content of EVE was the risk assessment and evaluation of safety aspects in the prioritization of emergency vehicles by means of vehicle/vehicle and vehicle/infrastructure connectivity with related C-ITS (Cooperative Intelligent Transport System) services.

ANDATA's contribution was the scenario-based quantitative risk rating and an effectiveness assessment to demonstrate the intended benefits in the application of the corresponding C-ITS services in the upcoming vehicle and infrastructure connectivity.

At ANDATA, the project results are directly incorporated into the solutions of connected driving as well as in the "Intelligent Intersection". Further results can be found on the project page of the AIT as well as in the demonstration video on YouTube.

Further information is available on request at In particular, you can assist in the selection and design of the appropriate control strategies for your intersections and vehicle assistance systems.

Project AHEAD: Criteria for Tests of Automated Vehicles on Public Roads

On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, the AHEAD project defines criteria for the allowance to test automated vehicles on public roads under the leadership of the Austrian Road Safety Board.

Within the project, ANDATA coordinates the work package for the formulation of the necessary and relevant supporting methods. Details of the project and the other project partners can be found under

World Champion Supports Development of Automotive Safety Systems at ANDATA

(C) Team MIA4 & RTS

Since last year ANDATA is supporting the ultracycling champion Dominik Meierhofer. Data from his numerous training kilometres are directly incorporated into the activities of the project COPE. This involves the development of connected automotive safety systems to avoid collisions with vulnerable road users.

Last weekend Dominik won the Virtual World Championship in 24h ultracycling! Congratulations!

Nevertheless, we wish to see him back again under real, physical road conditions soon and safely.

Further information can be found in the RTS feature (in Austrian) and under COPE.


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