HFC presents the new-developed assistance system MasterMAN® in the conference of the DGLR (German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics) in Ottobrunn (14.10.-15.10.). Continue reading
Since the beginning of the year and in co-operation with six European partners, HFC is working on future media concepts in the context of project ACTION-TV.
Read more about our new project in the first issue of ACTION-TV’s newsletter, available at http://www.action-tv.net/.
On behalf of the federal states of Baden-Württemberg and Thuringia, HFC is investigating the pros and cons of a potential obligation for cyclists to wear a protective helmet. Continue reading
In May 2014, HFC conducted their first testing drives in cooperation with forwarding agency Meyer & Meyer, in order to acquire driving data in the context of project ABALID. This information will be used during the development of algorithms for detecting driving maneuvers of the truck.Continue reading
The websites of two of our projects are now online: Continue reading
We are proud to announce the introduction our newest product at the WATMC 2014 in Madrid. You can visit us there at booth 1356! Continue reading
For the next 18 months and commissioned by the Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen (Federal Highway Research Institute), HFC will work on a research project focusing on the development of legislative recommendations relating to harmonised pan-European rules for accessibility requirements in inter-city buses. To achieve this goal, we are liaising closely with the “Steuerungsgruppe Lastenheft” (steering group: requirement specification). Continue reading
The project “Turning maneuver accidents between automobiles and cyclists” is completed, and the results are now available to the public. Continue reading
Our article on the topic Challenges of Multiple Airport Control, which we co-authored with Nora Wittbrodt by Fraport AG, has been published in the current issue of Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors. Continue reading
On the July 9th, a workshop was conducted within the scope of project ViBe, in collaboration with co-operating partner Nexus. Continue reading