The aim of the Volvo Group Arena (VGA) within MDH is to create a workplace for thesis and project students, researchers, and partner employees. The VGA is intended to serve as a venue for knowledge transfer and places for interactions between students and researchers of different backgrounds, as well as between the different industrial partners.
2020-04-26 Master students Robert Glaes and Munir Abdelwasie Mohamed have used the Volvo Simulators to test their path planning algorithm for an autonomous wheel loader.
2020-03-11 Master students, Joel Garbers and Ingo Andersson started to use the Volvo Simulators in the context of machines' teleoperation to answer the following questions, what is required for an operator to confidently remote control 3 different types of heavy machines from the same platform? and how do we validate the result?
2020-02-18 New agreement regarding the work at Volvo Group Arena (VGA) at MDH.
2019-12-19 Ph.D. student Moses Mariajoseph started, in the context of the IMMERSAFE project, to run experiments using Volvo Simulators to collect physiological signals in order to build an attention model of the driver in an augmented automotive environment.
A Real-Time Optimization Model for Production Planning in Quarry Sites (Apr 2021) Anas Fattouh, Markus Bohlin, Daniel Sundmark International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Applications (ICIEA 2021)
Enforcing Geofences for Managing Automated Transportation Risks in Production Sites (Sep 2020) Muhammad Atif Javed, Faiz Ul Muram, Anas Fattouh, Sasikumar Punnekkat Workshop on Dynamic Risk managEment for Autonomous Systems (DREAMS 2020)
A Physiology-based Driver Readiness Estimation Model for Tuning ISO 26262 Controllability (May 2020) Moses Mariajoseph, Barbara Gallina, Marco Carli , Daniele Bibbo 3rd International Workshop on Safety, securiTy, and pRivacy In automotiVe systEms (STRIVE-2020)