A central result of ARVIDA is the service-based reference architecture. The core of this architecture are the vocabularies.
The project partners used CeBIT 2015 in Hanover in March 2015 to showcase their achievements to a wider audience for the first time. Apart from a display of the ARVIDA reference architecture, two detailed demonstrators were employed to show ergonomic investigations in a commercial vehicle development as well as a projection-based assistance system.
By the halfway point of the project period, in April 2015, the results up to date were presented at the 1st status meeting. In the presence of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the project administrator German Aerospace Center (DLR), comprehensive expert lectures on the sub-projects and an exhibition including live demonstrations were offered over two days.
The ARVIDA partners were able to demonstrate the impressive progress that has been made up to date. The project is right on course with regard to the planned project flow.