Autonomous Vehicles

At the forefront of safety for autonomous transportation systems

Autonomous transportation systems, combined with electrification and increased connectivity, are revolutionising the future of mobility. But these systems also require new safe mobility standards.

To ensure the safe, large-scale deployment of autonomous vehicles, there are many technical, environmental and human challenges that must still be overcome.

Leading the way

At Airbus Protect, we support key transportation stakeholders by addressing dependability and integrated logistics support challenges – based on over three decades of risk management experience.

We invest continually in R&D, creating state-of-the-art validation frameworks for autonomous transportation systems, as well as developing modelling and integration capabilities to create a scalable system of systems. This enables us to position our clients at the forefront of the safe mobility revolution – paving the way for the social acceptance and adoption of autonomous vehicles.

Why Airbus Protect?

Our methodology focuses on understanding the unique needs of each client, and tailoring a safe mobility solution accordingly. This means:

  • Adopting a multidisciplinary approach
  • Enhancing the robustness and performance of AI and data management systems
  • Modelling and simulating challenges specific to autonomous vehicles (MBSE to MBSA)
  • Working closely with international institutions to guarantee the highest possible level of compliance with current (ISO26262, SOTIF ISO 21448, ISO 50126 to ISO 50129) and future regulations

Our offering

We empower smarter, more sustainable and safer mobility by offering on-demand services, digital solutions and consulting to support our clients in achieving their safety and compliance objectives.

Our highly skilled consultants, experts and trainers know how to ensure the safety of autonomous transportation systems. We assist our clients in managing and mitigating risks and enhancing their sustainability. Our offering includes:

  • Exploring new architectures and technologies
  • Designing validation frameworks for autonomous systems
  • Identifying operational design domain (ODD) related risks
  • Supporting our clients to define new standards
  • Training on risk management, RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability Studies) and model-based approaches
  • Conducting safety studies

Get in touch to discover how we can support you

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