The INVETT (INtelligent VEhicles and Traffic Technologies) Research Group carries out its activity in the area of last-generation sensors for 3D High-resolution perception as well as intelligent systems at large. The application domains of these technologies are Intelligent Transportation Systems, Intelligent Vehicles and Smart Cities. Among our priorities is the development of advanced perception and navigation systems for last generation driverless vehicles in urban environments, a task in which only those who are able to mimic human behaviour will succeed. Other topics of interest for INVETT are the development of intelligent systems for improving urban mobility and for contributing to the development of smart cities. Our history of collaborations with public and private institutions supports our work in these lines.


Drivertive - DRIVERless cooperaTIVE vehicle

DRIVERTIVE is a driverless cooperative vehicle developed at the University of Alcalá intended for autonomous operation on urban areas and highways. The DRIVERTIVE team is participating in the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge, GCDC 2016, in the Netherlands.