MoSAIC (Modular and Scalable Application platform for ITS Components) is a modular, scalable architecture for multi-user simulation. On the basis of this platform, the institute's existing simulators can be linked and operated from a single control desk. The MoSAIC approach is used to design, develop and evaluate communication and interaction between different road users.
In the MoSAIC-VRU-Lab, a laboratory infrastructure specifically designed for multi-user scenarios, cooperative assistance functions can be tested and evaluated before this can be carried out on test tracks or public test environments such as the Test Bed Lower Saxony or AIM. Concerning new mobility solutions, the individual behavior of different road users and their interaction are also playing an increasingly important role. In order to conduct scientific studies to answer relevant questions in these research areas, up to three static driving simulators, two pedestrian simulators and a bicycle simulator are available in the MoSAIC-VRU-Lab.