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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 ALP.Lab test region establishes and operates infrastructures and services for testing automated driving functions (ADAS, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and self-driving cars (Automated Driving). For the execution of Active Safety tests on Proving Grounds we are looking for a Test Engineer (m/f/d) for automated driving functions...

Speed reduction, parking ban or an encounter zone? Which traffic calming measure is most suitable is surveyed for the Kaiserfeldgasse in Graz. For this purpose, ALP.Lab, together with project partners, analysed the movements of all traffic participants - as an objective basis for a solid...

ALP.Lab supports the current efforts to make Austria a full member of Euro-NCAP - including an accredited test track. This would mean that Euro-NCAP compliant tests could be carried out in Austria for the first time. ALP.Lab is part of the project as the exclusive...