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The first steps to standardize European communication and interaction for automated driving will be taken on 28 and 29 May by the i-GAME project with the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge 2016 (GCDC 2016) in Helmond (Netherlands). GCDC 2016 is an international cooperative driving competition, combining vehicle automation (self-driving) and the interaction and communication between infrastructure and vehicles of different brands and types.

Ten student teams from Sweden, Spain, France, Germany, Latvia and the Netherlands will compete on the A270 between Helmond and Eindhoven in a range of traffic scenarios – like automatic merging, making room for emergency services and automatic turning-off at an intersection.  

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