Austria’s Test Region for Automated Driving!

ALP.Lab offers comprehensive services for safe and secure testing of automated driving (AD) technologies and advanced driver assistance (ADAS) systems.#

ᐅ We enable testing activities in both the virtual and real world to unfold the exciting possibilities of automated driving.

ᐅ We provide an integrated test chain covering several core products & services which are connected throughout a data-management and data-broker system.

ᐅ With our strong alliance of industrial and scientific partners core competencies are bundled at ALP.Lab for safe and secure testing of automated mobility solutions and vehicles.

ᐅ As a Safety Labs Austria partner, ALP.Lab is responsible for conducting Active Safety Tests within the context of Euro NCAP tests. #

ᐅ Creating value for our customers using our expertise and know-how is our main driver as the Austrian Light Vehicle Proving Region for Automated Driving.

ALP.Lab – The test region for automated and connected mobility

The Austrian test region offers a unique and holistic infrastructure for developing and testing automated and connected vehicles and functions.

Euro NCAP Laboratory for Active Safety

Austria has been a member of Euro NCAP since 2022 – and provides its own Euro NCAP test laboratory with “Safety Labs Austria” (accreditation in progress). ALP.Lab is the exclusive test partner for Active Safety – using a brand new Euro NCAP approved test track in Upper Austria (by DSD).

Euro NCAP Test ALP.Lab @Hofkirchen

Latest news & events

Mobility is a global issue – and works in highly diverse ways, depending on geographic, cultural, economic and historical conditions. That’s why we always strive to look beyond our own horizons – and travel internationally in search of exciting technologies, relevant mobility issues, new solutions......

What if cars could look around the corner? What if they could warn from pedestrians who are trying to cross the street behind a parked car? ALP.Lab, Cepton and TE Connectivity are working on how to warn drivers of vulnerable road users (pedestrians, cyclists, etc.). In the joint proof-of-concept project "Periscope", infrastructure sensors detected pedestrians and sent out a warning to approaching cars....